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6|22|2017 TORONTO – A flavor of resistive RAM (ReRAM) has overcome a significant hurdle that has it nipping at DRAM's heels.

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6|21|2017 SAN JOSE, Calif. – Intel will build new kinds of experiences for the 2018-2024 Olympic games using virtual reality, 5G cellular and drones, the chip maker ...

6|21|2017 AUSTIN, Texas —Toshiba Corp. announced Wednesday (June 21) that is board of directors selected a consortium made up of the Innovation Network Corporation ...

6|20|2017 AUSTIN, Texas—After a bitter and contentious proxy fight, shareholders of Cypress Semiconductor Corp. voted Tuesday (June 20) to elect two board members ...

6|20|2017 LAKE WALES, Fla. ‐ Cray Inc. Tuesday (June 20) launched a free, downloadable analytics software suite for it’s Intel Xeon powered high-end Urika-XC ...

6|20|2017 SAN JOSE, Calif. — GenXComm is gearing up a Series A round to fund at least two tapeouts to bring its interference-canceling technology to market. The ...

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