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December 6, 2012
15:16 EDTAAPL, INTC, SSNLFIntel shares higher after Otellini comments at conference
Intel (INTC) shares were up after its CEO, Paul Otellini, said at a Sanford Bernstein investor conference on Wednesday that Intel could open its factories to strategic customers. When questioned about the statement, Otellini responded: "For the right strategic relationship, with the right customer, we would be open to a foundry arrangement and that is as narrow as I would like to get right now." Reuters points out that Apple (AAPL), which currently depends on Samsung Electronics (SSNLF) to make its mobile chips may be looking for alternative for its mobile chip supplies. In late day trading, Intel shares were up 32c, or 1.61%, to $20.18. Reference Link
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February 18, 2015
06:52 EDTAAPLApple could bringing Touch ID to Mac, 9to5Mac says
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06:45 EDTAAPLApple Watch launching without health monitoring functions, WSJ says
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06:20 EDTAAPL, SSNLFApple awarded patent for wireless head-mounted display, Financial Times reports
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February 17, 2015
17:02 EDTINTC, AAPLSoros Fund Management gives quarterly update on stakes
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16:22 EDTAAPLOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
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16:00 EDTAAPLOptions Update; February 17, 2015
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13:18 EDTAAPLOmega Advisors gives quarterly update on stakes
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12:50 EDTAAPLOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
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10:31 EDTAAPLApple rises as analysts applaud reported auto ambitions
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09:54 EDTSSNLFIDC says Xiaomi outpaced Samsung for 2014 Chinese smartphone sales
Research firm IDC reports that Xiaomi achieved a 12.5% market share in China for 2014, while Samsung took second place with 12.1%. Chinese Q4 sales for Samsung fell to fifth place among smartphone makers, at 7.9% market share, down from 18.8% in 4Q13. IDC expects roughly 10% YoY growth for the 2015 smartphone market in China.
09:40 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
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09:19 EDTINTCDocument Security files patent infringement claims against Intel, others
DSS Technology Management, a subsidiary of Document Security (DSS), announced the filing of a patent infringement lawsuit against the Intel (INTC); Dell; GameStop (GME); Conn's Inc. (CONN) and Conn Appliances; NEC Corporation of America; Wal-Mart Stores (WMT) and Wal-Mart Stores Texas, and AT&T (T) in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Tyler Division. DSS's complaint alleges infringement by Intel, Dell, GameStop (GME), Conn's, NEC, Wal-Mart, and AT&T of US Patents 5,965,924 and 6,784,552, which relate to semiconductor manufacturing.
07:32 EDTAAPLApple asking suppliers to make 5M-6M Apple Watches in Q1, WSJ says
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07:28 EDTAAPLApple design chief working on store redesign ahead of Watch, New Yorker says
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07:22 EDTINTC, AAPLMitsubishi UFJ to hold a tour
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07:15 EDTAAPLApple foray into autos would be logical, says Barclays
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07:08 EDTAAPLAuto market could be meaningful for Apple, says Cantor
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06:48 EDTSSNLFSamsung to use $56B for growth, M&A aquisitions, Reuters says
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05:55 EDTINTCIntel to delay launch of 14nm Skylake desktop CPUs, DigiTimes reports
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05:53 EDTSSNLFSamsung to adopt 20nm process for 50% of 2015 DRAM output, DigiTimes says
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