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March 26, 2014
06:11 EDTINTC, SSNLF, TSMSamsung, Intel, TSMC to account for 52% of semiconductor CapEx, DigiTimes says
According to IC Insights, Samsung and Intel are expected to spend at least $11B each in semiconductor capital in 2014, reports DigiTimes. TSMC (TSM) will also spend slightly less than $10B. Put together, the three companies are expected to account for 51.8% of total semiconductor industry CapEx in 2014, down from 55.5% share in 2013. Reference Link
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November 20, 2014
12:34 EDTINTCIntel sees FY15 R&D spending approximately $20B, plus or minus $400M
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12:33 EDTINTCIntel sees FY15 CapEx approximately $10.5B, plus or minus $500M
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12:32 EDTINTCIntel sees FY15 gross margin 62%, plus or minus two points
12:32 EDTINTCIntel sees FY15 revenue growth in mid-single digits, consensus $57.78B
12:31 EDTINTCIntel raises annual dividend to 96c per share
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11:52 EDTINTCIntel CEO confirms organizational change made this week
The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this week that Intel has reorganized by combing its groups that handle personal computer chips with those used for smartphones and tablets, and Intel CEO Brian Krzanich confirmed the change during the company's investor day presentation.
11:32 EDTINTCIntel says high-end gaming segment among fastest growing in PCs
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07:47 EDTSSNLFSupply chains see FY15 TV shipments up 10%, DigiTimes says
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06:24 EDTSSNLFSamsung introduces 'Milk Video' mobile video service, WSJ reports
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November 19, 2014
10:54 EDTSSNLFNVIDIA discloses Samsung files patent infringement suit
NVIDIA (NVDA) disclosed in a regulatory filing that on November 10, Samsung (SSNLF) filed a complaint against NVIDIA and Velocity Micro, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. The complaint alleges that NVIDIA infringed six patents and falsely advertised that the Tegra K1 processor is the world’s fastest mobile processor. Samsung seeks unspecified damages and an injunction prohibiting NVIDIA from any future violations. NVIDIA has not yet responded to the complaint.
10:29 EDTINTCGoogle now top competitor to Apple, Jefferies says
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10:21 EDTTSMHigh option volume stocks
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November 18, 2014
11:50 EDTINTCIntel November volatility elevated into investor meeting
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10:55 EDTINTCIntel to host investor meeting
Investor meeting to be held in Santa Clara, CA on November 20 at 11 am. Webcast Link
09:06 EDTINTCIntel to combine two groups in new 'Client Computing' unit, WSJ says
Intel plans to reorganize by combing its groups that handle personal computer chips with those used for smartphones and tablets, according to The Wall Street Journal, citing an email sent to employees by CEO Brian Krzanich. Intel’s changes are scheduled to go into effect in early 2015, the report noted. Reference Link
07:16 EDTSSNLF, TSMSamsung to produce APs for iPhones, iPads beginning in 2015, Korea Times reports
According to the Korea Times, sources say that Apple (AAPL) will outsource the bulk of its application processors manufacturing to Samsung (SSNLF) for iPhones and iPads starting in 2015. This agreement will cause Samsung to become a primary supplier of APs to Apple, moving Taiwan Semi (TSM) into second place. Reference Link
06:19 EDTSSNLFSamsung to reduce number of smartphone models by 25%-30% in 2015, FT reports
Robert Yi, Samsung's head of investor relations, says that his company will reduce the number of handset types by 25%-30% in 2015 in a bid to cut costs and boost profits, the Financial Times reports. Reference Link
06:08 EDTINTCIntel's 'Mica' bracelet to feature Google alerts, AT&T data plan, Re/code says
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November 17, 2014
07:52 EDTINTCDepartment of Energy awards $425M for supercomputing technologies
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07:28 EDTSSNLFSamsung pushing supply chain to cut OLED panel component prices, DigiTimes says
Samsung Display (SSNLF), which is looking to be price competitive with its own smartphone and has also attracted new customers including Motorola Mobility, Dell and Lenovo (LNVGY) that are developing Samsung Display OLED technology either in smartphones or notebooks, is pushing supply chains, including backlight makers, to lower pricing for components by as much as 30% during Q4, said DigiTimes. Reference Link
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