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Fonts: The next battleground for handsets
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5/19/2009   Post a comment
Monotype Imaging, which launched today "FlipFont," a downloadable app for mobile handsets, believes that typeface fonts, in great variety, may become the new battleground for mobile handset applications, as more people get engaged in mobile data services.
Analysis: Dissecting the MIPS-Chipidea breakup
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5/18/2009   4 comments
MIPS executives have blamed its short marriage with Chipidea on a weak economy. But ex-Chipidea employees insist integration of the two companies was botched by MIPS.
Analog/digital marriage ends; MIPS/Chipidea not a good idea
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5/8/2009   Post a comment
MIPS Technologies, Inc. who bought in August, 2007 Chipidea, a Portuguese analog and mixed-signal IP company, has divested its analog business group to Synopsys, Inc. in an all-cash transaction for $22 million. What has gone wrong?
Another ARC makeover begins as Schlachte departs
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5/7/2009   Post a comment
ARC's announcement of the resignation of its former CEO Carl Schlachte was taken positively by the market. But the survival of ARC remains in precarious balance, as new CEO Geoff Bristow seeks ways to bring ARC back to profitability.
Opinion: Nokia vs. Nokia
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5/1/2009   1 comment
What's next for Nokia? Nokia's biggest enemy is Nokia itself. And it's about time for the world's largest mobile phone vendor to address the issue.


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