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May 23, 2014
15:32 EDTGOGO, QCOMGogo amends deal, increases number of in-flight radio modems from Qualcomm
Gogo (GOGO) disclosed in a filing that a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company entered into an amended and restated manufacturing services and product supply agreement with Qualcomm (QCOM), pursuant to which Qualcomm has agreed to provide the company with in-flight radio modems, a key component in the company’s wireless in-flight cabin network and air to ground and next generation ATG-4 connectivity service. The agreement extends the duration of the agreement until May 19, 2019, with an option for the company to extend the agreement for an additional year if the company has placed a specified number of orders by a specified date. The agreement also revises certain pricing and delivery terms with respect to the company’s purchase of in-flight radio modems from Qualcomm and increases the number of in-flight radio modems to be delivered by Qualcomm.
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October 31, 2014
09:56 EDTQCOMFreescale strength attributed to report of Tesla Model S teardown
The 13% rally in shares of Freescale (FSL) is being attributed to an Austin Business Journal report of the company being built into Tesla's (TSLA) Model S. The Austin Business Journal story references an October 14 story by Arik Hesseldahl of Re/code detailing research firm IHS' teardown of the electric car. Hesseldahl said the chipmakers whose components were spotted in the teardown include NVIDIA (NVDA), Freescale, Texas Instruments (TXN), Qualcomm (QCOM), STMicroelectronics (STM) and Altera (ALTR).
October 24, 2014
06:14 EDTQCOMTSMC to provide chips for LG's 'Nuclun' smartphone microprocessor, WSJ says
According to a source, Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM) will provide chips for microprocessors to power "Nuclun," a variation of LG's G3 smartphone, the Wall Street Journal reports. So far, LG Electronics has mostly relied on Qualcomm (QCOM) for the chips that run its smartphones. Reference Link
October 21, 2014
14:04 EDTQCOMEarnings Preview: Analysts divided on Broadcom ahead of Q3 report
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