Entries for August 2012

Qualcomm’s Quandary – Short supply, rejection, and stiff competition

I recently wrote about Qualcomm’s struggle in maintaining supply of its 28nm Snapdragon S4 mob... More >>
Epiphany-IV 64 Core
64 processor cores - is supercomputing coming to a chip near you?
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The Wholly Trinity

David Manners reported today that Samsung has joined the ASML 450 mm investment party. It has long b... More >>
SSD Miniaturization

Micron received the Best of Show Award in the Most Innovative Flash Memory Consumer Application cate... More >>
On Armstrongs and Service

As a reader and lover of good writing, I want to share something I enjoyed with my readers. It's not... More >>
News of the Week
News of the Week
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Fab Wars - Is Insourcing About to Become a Trend?
Will the well publicized 28 nm wafer supply shortage spark a movement reduce dependence on outsource...
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Hybrid Memory Cube Interface Specification Released
Hybrid Memory Cube Consortium leads the way to true 3D IC technology
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Mobile Payment Landscape Heats Up With MCX
Are mobile phone payment systems about to take off?
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Authentec Part 2 : What is lurking out there?
Paul Boldt reprises an earlier piece to uncover how Apple might incorporate Authentec fingerprint te...
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Is that a projector in your pocket?
Or are you just happy to get acquired?
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Will Apple get its own fab?
The semiconductor industry is going back to the future.
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Stuff gets no respect - at least from investors

In today's edition of his popular Mannerisms, David Manners reports on financial information obtaine... More >>
AuthenTec ... another Apple acquisition
Apple gobbles up another technology company and Paul Boldt assesses the possible motivations.
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