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Tuesday 12th February 2008
Intel has been raided by European Union competition regulators amid claims it abused its market position. Intel could face a large fine.
Tuesday 12th February 2008
Technic France has announced the purchase of Air Liquide's semiconductor grade hydrogen peroxide operation.
Monday 11th February 2008
Femtocells set to improve indoor 3G coverage, drive premium service uptake and increase 3G subscriber base.
Monday 11th February 2008
Keithley Instruments, a provider in solutions for emerging measurement needs, announces a partnership with Stratosphere Solutions, a provider of innovative parametric yield improvement solutions for integrated circuit manufacturers.
Friday 8th February 2008
Comtech Group, a provider of customized design solutions for the technology manufacturing sector in China, is forming a alliance with Freescale Semiconductor, one of the world's largest semiconductor companies for the automotive, consumer, industrial, networking and wireless markets. New business expected to generate results in second half of 2008.
Friday 8th February 2008
Intel has been charged by Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) Corporation with patent infringement of UW-Madison invention that speeds computer processing.
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Friday 8th February 2008
Carl Zeiss SMT, a manufacturer of optical systems for chip fabrication has designated its Japanese optical material supplier, Asahi Glass Corporation (Asahi), as a Carl Zeiss SMT Supply Chain Partner.
Thursday 7th February 2008
Intel Corporation and STMicroelectronics reached an industry milestone as they began shipping prototype samples of a future product using a new, innovative memory technology called Phase Change Memory (PCM). Companies begin sampling new, innovative memory technology with customers.
Thursday 7th February 2008
Sculpting a surface composed of tightly packed nanostructures that resemble tiny nails, University of Wisconsin-Madison engineers and their colleagues from Bell Laboratories have created a material that can repel almost any liquid.
Thursday 7th February 2008
Atmel has signed a definitive agreement to purchase Quantum research group.
Thursday 7th February 2008
Toshiba to develop 16-Gigabit NAND flash memory with 43-Nanometer CMOS process technology. To ship 16-Gigabit and 32-Gigabit single chip, fabricated with cutting-edge process technology co-developed with SanDisk.
Wednesday 6th February 2008
The manufacturer of real time microfocus X-ray systems, the X-Tek group, has sold 100% of X-Tek stock to Metris, a metrology company.
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Wednesday 6th February 2008
The plastic RFID tag builds on IMEC's plastic rectifier technology combined with Polymer Vision's organic electronics technology and approaches item-level tagging requirements.
Wednesday 6th February 2008
Qimonda Finance announced its intention to offer senior unsecured convertible bonds.
Wednesday 6th February 2008
The MONA project announces the publication of a European Roadmap for Photonics and Nanotechnologies.
Wednesday 6th February 2008
Texas Instruments new process techniques solve low power challenges in delivering company's first 45 nanometer wireless device.
Wednesday 6th February 2008
ersol Thin Film GmbH, a subsidiary of ersol Solar Energy AG (ersol), and SCHOTT Solar GmbH, Alzenau, have concluded a cooperative agreement under which they will jointly develop micromorphous technology for thin-film solar cells.
Wednesday 6th February 2008
AMD and the American India Foundation (AIF) announced the launch of a new 50x15 Learning Lab at the Government High School, Doddanakundi in Bangalore. The new Learning Lab is equipped with AMD Athlon Dual-Core processor based Microsoft IQ PCs and will provide affordable Internet access to more than 200 school children.
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Wednesday 6th February 2008
University of Florida and Texas Instruments engineers and researchers announce record setting high frequency circuit.
Tuesday 5th February 2008
Samsung extends subscription license and retains access to key ARM processor and Fabric IP.
Tuesday 5th February 2008
A three billion Euro programme has been launched to boost European Research on Nanoelectronics.
Tuesday 5th February 2008
Research could lead to longer lasting, self charging cell phones, medical advances and more applications for the mobile electronics industry.
Tuesday 5th February 2008
NXP Semiconductors, a semiconductor company founded by Philips, and ARM announced that they have expanded their strategic relationship with a new licensing agreement, including the high-performance, low-power ARM Cortex-M3 processor, as well as other ARM technology.
Tuesday 5th February 2008
SigmaTel's analog and mixed signal IC products to complement Freescale's multimedia portfolio.

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