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7|30|2015 NEW YORK — NXP Semiconductors' financial results for the second quarter of 2015 (announced July 30), highlighted $1.506 billion in revenue, a 12% ...

7|30|2015 NEW YORK — A group of national and international researchers have demonstrated an on-chip visible light source using graphene as a filament. The team ...

7|29|2015 No stranger to innovative products, Samsung launches the SE370 monitor, which can wirelessly charge your smartphone. In a world-first break through, the SE370 ...

7|29|2015 SAN FRANCISCO—Automotive IC revenue from the Chinese automotive market is expected to increase 11% this year to $6.2 billion, according to market research ...

7|29|2015 PORTLAND, Ore.—Quantum computing gained two new key components recently from the Niels Bohr Institute, at the University of Copenhagen—one is a ...

7|30|2015 PORTLAND, Ore. — A new sensor hub named after the Greek Goddess for the new dawn — Eos — packs a half-dozen hardware accelerators including its ...

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