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March 13, 2014
07:32 EDTINTC, ASML, AMAT, TSMIntel, others pull back on investments for larger silicon wafers, WSJ says
Some computer-chip makers, including Intel (INTC), are concerned about the cost to shift to fabricating chips on larger silicon wafers and appear to have been reining in their investments, reported The Wall Street Journal. ASML Holding (ASML) recently said it had "paused" development of gear designed to work with the larger wafers and the CEO of Applied Materials (AMAT) stated that the move to bigger wafers "has definitely been pushed out from a timing standpoint," the report noted. An industry consortium whose participants include Intel, Taiwan Semi (TSM), Samsung (SSNLF), IBM (IBM) and Globalfoundries held a gathering Wednesday to discuss the status of the new technology, the WSJ added. Reference Link
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September 9, 2014
14:12 EDTINTCApple confirms wireless charging for Apple Watch
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13:26 EDTTSMTaiwanese semi makers worried over rumored China moves, WantChinaTimes says
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13:03 EDTINTCIntel head feels expensive tablet chip plan beneficial, Reuters says
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08:51 EDTINTCIntegrated Device says 'working closely' with Intel on wireless charging
Integrated Device Technology (IDTI) announced earlier at the Intel Developer Forum that it is working closely with Intel (INTC) on the development of wireless charging solutions to accelerate the delivery and adoption of the technology. The two companies, both board members of the Alliance for Wireless Power, will define, design and manufacture solutions that comply with the A4WP magnetic resonance standard. The new technology will offer the ability to charge both lower and higher power devices, from wearables and phones to tablets and PCs. The companies expect to have their technology in products in 2015, IDT stated.
07:29 EDTINTCUBM Canon to hold a summit
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07:28 EDTINTCThe Money Event, Inc to hold a conference
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07:17 EDTINTCThe Wireless Association to hold a conference
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07:13 EDTINTCIntel to hold a forum
Annual Developers Forum: IDF 2014 to be held in San Francisco on September 9-11.
07:11 EDTINTCUBM Tech to hold a conference
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September 8, 2014
13:18 EDTINTCIntel 'Grantley' line could drive server processor unit growth, says Wells Fargo
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13:15 EDTINTCIntel introduces Xeon processors for servers
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September 5, 2014
16:12 EDTINTCFossil, Intel announce collaboration to develop innovation in wearable tech
Fossil Group (FOSL) and Intel Corporation (INTC) announced that they will be collaborating to further develop wearable technology for the fashion industry. Fossil Group will partner with Intel to identify, support and develop emerging trends in the wearable technology space. The companies will work together on emerging products and technologies that will be developed for the fashion-oriented consumer. In addition, Fossil Group will work closely with Intel Capital, Intelís global investment organization, to identify and evaluate co-investments in emerging technologies to accelerate industry innovation and stay at the forefront of the wearable consumer trend.
11:39 EDTINTCIntel launches Core M processor, available Holiday 2014
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11:32 EDTINTCApple, Google, Adobe appeal court's rejection of hiring settlement, Reuters says
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08:22 EDTINTCNVIDIA lawsuits likely to have positive outcome, says JMP Securities
After NVIDIA (NVDA) filed lawsuits against Qualcomm (QCOM) and Samsung, JMP Securities thinks there is a good chance that NVIDIA will obtain a favorable ruling or settlement that is equal or greater to the $1.5B deal it cut with Intel (INTC),. The firm thinks that other companies, most notably Apple (AAPL), will launch talks with NVIDIA in the wake of the lawsuit. JMP Securities recommends buying NVIDIA ahead of upcoming Apple product refreshes and what it sees as accelerating growth trends for NVIDIA. The firm is upbeat about NVIDIA's new products and reiterates an Outperform rating.
September 4, 2014
13:30 EDTASMLASML reiterates comments on timing of customer deliveries
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13:25 EDTASMLASML says customers continue to evaluate litho delivery timing
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09:06 EDTINTCHP, Intel, Dell announce creation of Redfish industry standard
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07:31 EDTINTCIntel management to meet with Deutsche Bank
Meeting to be held in Frankfurt on September 4 hosted by Deutsche Bank
06:40 EDTINTCApple, others restart discussions with tech staff in hiring suit, Reuters says
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