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7|28|2014 LONDON — STMicroelectronics NV has set up an anechoic chamber in Taipei, Taiwan, for use in MEMS microphone application development.

7|28|2014 NEW YORK — Microsemi Corp.'s management likes to say M&A is in the company's DNA, and it continues to make strategic investments to prove it.

7|28|2014 Proposed FAA rules would define model aircraft too narrowly and commercial drones too broadly, The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) ...

7|28|2014 SAN JOSE, Calif. — Emerging efforts to forge a business out of exploring space are making progress, but the sector still has -- literally -- a long way to ...

7|25|2014 Preliminary Teardown analysis suggests that Amazon's $649.00 phone costs $209.00 to build. Qualcomm is the primary provider of many of the key integrated ...

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