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Samsung acquires CSR's mobile business

7/17/2012 08:10 AM EDT
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eewiz
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eewiz   7/25/2012 5:05:34 AM
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I guess the "handset connectivity and location operations " include Bluetooth, WiFi and GPS solutions. Is that correct? CSR selling bluetooth business is like selling the soul of the company. What is left out at CSR to generate any revenue?

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junko.yoshida   8/3/2012 6:46:15 PM
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I followed up many of the questions you asked here with the CSR's CEO this week. See the new story here: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4391689/Does-Samsung-deal-leave-CSR-out-in-the-cold-

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JeanetteHay   10/10/2012 3:05:03 AM
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That is a hefty price for those few technologies. I am interested to see what Samsung can do with those few acquisitions. The huge injection of funds in CSR would certainly give it a lot of room to focus on its other businesses, but then it announces that they will return much of the money to Samsung shareholders. I wonder what the strategy to that is. Jeanette - http://www.lyonessscamreview.com

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