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The phase two shell of the Fab 5 will be used primarily for technology transition of existing wafer capacity and is expected to be operational in mid-2014.
Ballmer taking control of Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business may be part of his restructuring plan.
Bethesda has confirmed that Todd Hollenshead has departed.
Logic Supply is rolling out its new fanless ML250 industrial systems.
Looks like Nvidia wants to be in every computing device known to man.
Intel has announced its new lineup of data center oriented SSDs; they come in capacities of up to 800 GB.
Windows Store looks a lot like the Microsoft Store.
Lenovo is now manufacturing PCs in North Carolina, creating 115 new local jobs. Go Lenovo go!
Nvidia's CEO shoots down talk about building a smartphone or tablet.
Sony is considering an IPO for its entertainment business.
WD is releasing a new lineup of hard drives, the Se lineup for datacenters.
Kingston is releasing a new lineup of business-oriented SSDs.
Powercolor is releasing a new low-profile graphics card that can drive up to four displays through its four mini-DisplayPort outputs.
Intel's doing a spot of shopping.
Touch screen-based notebooks are on the rise.
AMD is making big bucks off the Xbox One alone.
Nvidia is aiming to unleash "the full graphics potential of enterprise desktop virtualization" with the integration of its GRID vGPU into Citrix XenDesktop 7.
Your move, Google, Facebook, and Twitter.
So now we know where and when, we just don't know what.
Samsung has started the production of a high-performance SSD for servers and data centers.
Some new information has surfaced regarding Intel's upcoming Xeon Phi Co-processors.
Figure includes 543,000 hotspots in London alone.
Amy Hood is replacing Peter Klein as chief financial officer.
Seagate has revealed four storage solutions spanning the consumer to the server.
Infineon Technologies and GlobalFoundries have launched a joint technology development and product agreement for 40 nm embFLASH process technology.
In contrast to the rather dismal results in Q1 2013, HTC CEO Peter Chou expects a 63.6 percent increase in Q2 2013 revenue and growth in gross margin to between 22 percent and 24 percent.
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