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Profit Confidential
IBM Stock: Can International Business Machines Corp. Crush Intel?Chip Dominance,” Fortune, August 23, 2016.) Three years ago, the company start
IBM Stock: Can International Business Machines Corp. Crush Intel?
Profit Confidential / Posted yesterday
Chip Dominance,” Fortune, August 23, 2016.) Three years ago, the company started selling its proprietary line of “Power” microprocessors to other companies, and it’s been an enormous success. Google (Alphabet Inc) (NASDAQ:GOOG) reportedly uses... Read more
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U.S. Department of Energy
The Science of Smallwhich literally means writing with light, is the foundation for most top-down f
The Science of Small
U.S. Department of Energy / Posted 5 days ago
which literally means writing with light, is the foundation for most top-down fabrication of things like microprocessors. However, because of something called the diffraction limit, photolithography is limited to devices that have... Read more
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Business Wire
Top 7 Vendors in the Global EMV Cards Market from 2016 to 2020national and regional banks, managers of prepaid debit programs, and credit uni
Top 7 Vendors in the Global EMV Cards Market from 2016 to 2020
Business Wire / Posted 6 days ago
national and regional banks, managers of prepaid debit programs, and credit unions. The company produces EMV cards with microprocessors that interface with an EMV payment terminal feature. It also produces dual-interface EMV cards with contact... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Playing The Long Game Inside Tim Cook's Applecentral to what analyst Neil Cybart already calls the "Apple Experience Era." "
Playing The Long Game Inside Tim Cook's Apple
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 7 days ago
central to what analyst Neil Cybart already calls the "Apple Experience Era." "Your auto or your home may have dozens of microprocessors in them, but they’re dumb products," says Dediu. "When the smartphone enters that environment, it gets... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
ARM ramps up supercomputer plans to take on IBM and Nvidiafor example, require highly scalable configurations where the key is the interc
ARM ramps up supercomputer plans to take on IBM and Nvidia
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 8 days ago
for example, require highly scalable configurations where the key is the interconnect, rather than the raw power of the microprocessors. The firm's roadmap foresees ARM partners using the company's products first in storage and web-serving... Read more
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The Hindu
Man with a huge ‘negative’ carbon footprintby Fairchild.” Another one, Silicon Semiconductor Corp was started to commercia
Man with a huge ‘negative’ carbon footprint
The Hindu / Posted 8 days ago
by Fairchild.” Another one, Silicon Semiconductor Corp was started to commercialise his silicon chip set for powering microprocessors inside laptops and servers. This company’s technology was licensed for production by Linear Technologies Inc.... Read more
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Profit Confidential
INTC Stock: Intel Corporation Just Announced a Game Changer for VRPCs to deliver a great user experience. Therefore, the VR industry could create
INTC Stock: Intel Corporation Just Announced a Game Changer for VR
Profit Confidential / Posted 10 days ago
PCs to deliver a great user experience. Therefore, the VR industry could create a strong demand for powerful microprocessors such as the Intel “Core i7 processor Extreme Edition.”The Bottom Line for INTC Stock In other words, Intel... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Weebo takes flighta $600,000 Environmental Protection Agency grant. Altogether, Weebo cost $2,600
Weebo takes flight
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 10 days ago
a $600,000 Environmental Protection Agency grant. Altogether, Weebo cost $2,600. She comes with more than 35 sensors and 20 microprocessors and can fly 400 feet high. She also comes with a GoPro Hero and a Sony R10C camera for mapping, survey work... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Computer chip close-ups resemble cityscapeswith the miniature world that he discovered under the lens. He went further wit
Computer chip close-ups resemble cityscapes
Inquirier.net / Posted 11 days ago
with the miniature world that he discovered under the lens. He went further with the idea last year and took shots of microprocessors that he acquired from online forums, reports Wired. This monstrosity is the setup that Morlinghaus utilized... Read more
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AutoExpress
New Ford GT: Production run doubled from two to four yearsglobal engine engineering, explained that the GT’s ECU processes 3,000 signals
New Ford GT: Production run doubled from two to four years
AutoExpress / Posted 11 days ago
global engine engineering, explained that the GT’s ECU processes 3,000 signals from 50 sensors around the car and uses 28 microprocessors running 10 million lines of code (an F22 military plane uses two million lines, and a Boeing 787 six... Read more
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The Register
Qualcomm piqs 'Centriq' as specifiq honorifiq for slicq ARM server chipCentriq" as US trademarks on July 27 this year. In its application paperwork, Q
Qualcomm piqs 'Centriq' as specifiq honorifiq for slicq ARM server chip
The Register / Posted 12 days ago
Centriq" as US trademarks on July 27 this year. In its application paperwork, Qualcomm said it will use the marks for "microprocessors for server functionality" and "chipsets and computer software for server functionality." As far as we can... Read more
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The Columbian
Intel will make mobile chips using rival ARM’s technologyThat could open the way for Intel to make complete sets of chips for mobile dev
Intel will make mobile chips using rival ARM’s technology
The Columbian / Posted 12 days ago
That could open the way for Intel to make complete sets of chips for mobile device makers, even if the underlying microprocessors aren’t based on Intel technology. Also Tuesday, Intel announced it will not use extreme ultraviolet... Read more
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Wired News
Ups of Computer Chips Look Like Intricate Citiesfor an extra week, shooting the closeups that became his series Motherboard. He
Ups of Computer Chips Look Like Intricate Cities
Wired News / Posted 12 days ago
for an extra week, shooting the closeups that became his series Motherboard. He returned to the idea last year, obtaining microprocessors from online forums and shooting them at his studio in Miami.Sinar P2 8×10 camera with bellowsChristoph... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Intel to let ARM chip designers use its 10nm fabsof the first customers will be South Korean electronics company LG, which plans
Intel to let ARM chip designers use its 10nm fabs
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 13 days ago
of the first customers will be South Korean electronics company LG, which plans to make smartphones using 10nm ARM-based microprocessors in 2017. Intriguingly, the deal isn't a one-off, according to Will Abbey, general manager at ARM's Physical... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Intel pushes Project Alloy as the saviour of the PCMicrosoft hope will happen next: Devices like Project Alloy become the next big
Intel pushes Project Alloy as the saviour of the PC
techcentral.ie / Posted 13 days ago
Microsoft hope will happen next: Devices like Project Alloy become the next big thing, selling millions of PCs with Intel microprocessors and Windows 10 licenses. Alloy and its cousins will become PCs you can strap to your face. It almost sounds... Read more
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SiliconANGLE
Intel plunges deeper into virtual reality, Internet of Things at IDFsource next year. Krzanich, whose company is under pressure to find new growth
Intel plunges deeper into virtual reality, Internet of Things at IDF
SiliconANGLE / Posted 13 days ago
source next year. Krzanich, whose company is under pressure to find new growth markets as sales of PCs using its iconic microprocessors have declined, also signaled a broader foray into the Internet of Things. He unveiled Joule, a high-end... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
After fatality, autonomous car development may speed uphas witnessed enormous advances in autonomous passenger vehicle technologies ov
After fatality, autonomous car development may speed up
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 13 days ago
has witnessed enormous advances in autonomous passenger vehicle technologies over the last dozen years. The performance of microprocessors, memory chips and sensors needed for autonomous driving has greatly increased, while the cost of these... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 13 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Airdrie Echo
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Airdrie Echo / Posted 15 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Melfort Journal
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Melfort Journal / Posted 16 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Welland Tribune / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Pincher Creek Echo
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Pincher Creek Echo / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Strathmore Standard
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Strathmore Standard / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Whitecourt Star
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Whitecourt Star / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Lacombe Globe
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Lacombe Globe / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Drayton Valley Western Review
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Drayton Valley Western Review / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Hinton Parklander
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Hinton Parklander / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Chatham Daily News / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Cold Lake Sun
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Cold Lake Sun / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to g
Motor Mouth: Will your self-driving car kidnap you?
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 18 days ago
Internet so you know where you are. It also — and this is where it starts to get ominous — connects your car’s ECU to the microprocessors that allow your Lane Departure Assist to “steer” the car and the Adaptive Cruise Control to accelerate it. In... Read more
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Daily Mail
Stretchable touchpad that lets you play Angry Birds on your ARMfinger on the pad, it closes an electrical circuit. This creates a current tha
Stretchable touchpad that lets you play Angry Birds on your ARM
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
finger on the pad, it closes an electrical circuit. This creates a current that can be read on each corner of the sheet. Microprocessors the compare the levels of electrical current to determine the position of the finger on the pad. Scientists... Read more
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SiliconANGLE
Intel boosts AI capabilities with $400m Nervana Systems acquisitionAnd now, chip makers like Intel are set to accelerate this transition by embedd
Intel boosts AI capabilities with $400m Nervana Systems acquisition
SiliconANGLE / Posted 19 days ago
And now, chip makers like Intel are set to accelerate this transition by embedding deep learning software directly into the microprocessors that power everything from smartphones and connected cars to drones and much, much more. Intel, which has... Read more
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The Economic Times
Riding the wind: How Suneet Singh Tuli powered DataWind to become top tablet player in Indiaopen further by Google, when instead of going with the giant that is Intel, Goo
Riding the wind: How Suneet Singh Tuli powered DataWind to become top tablet player in India
The Economic Times / Posted 19 days ago
open further by Google, when instead of going with the giant that is Intel, Google opted for Nvidia or Qualcomm for its microprocessors. "Going with the latter, Google ended up creating unprecedented competition in the microprocessor industry... Read more
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birminghammail
Why the UK needs more ARMssmart phones, TVs, watches and tablets across the globe. The company is a worl
Why the UK needs more ARMs
birminghammail / Posted 19 days ago
smart phones, TVs, watches and tablets across the globe. The company is a world leader in the research and development of microprocessors used to connect everyday objects such as toasters, washing machines and lights to the internet – the... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Business Voice: ARM will leave a lasting legacy in the UKsmartphones, TVs, watches and tablets across the globe. The company is a clear
Business Voice: ARM will leave a lasting legacy in the UK
Manchester Evening News / Posted 19 days ago
smartphones, TVs, watches and tablets across the globe. The company is a clear leader in the research and development of microprocessors used to connect devices to the “Internet of Things” – everyday objects such as toasters, washing machines and... Read more
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PhysOrg
User-friendly language for programming efficient simulationsof hand-coded simulations.Unlike hand-coded simulations, however, programs writ
User-friendly language for programming efficient simulations
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
of hand-coded simulations.Unlike hand-coded simulations, however, programs written in Simit can run on either conventional microprocessors or on graphics processing units (GPUs), with no change to the underlying code. In the researchers'... Read more
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ExtremeTech
Intel acquires deep learning company, will focus on next-generation AIIt could also be read as a tacit admission that Intel isn’t necessarily sure ho
Intel acquires deep learning company, will focus on next-generation AI
ExtremeTech / Posted 20 days ago
It could also be read as a tacit admission that Intel isn’t necessarily sure how to continue to push the evolution of microprocessors farther than it has already. I’ve talked before about how Intel isn’t just dragging its feet on Moore’s law... Read more
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International Business Times
Want $200,000? Prove the urban myth that Microsoft copied code to create MS-DOS item for consumers, there was computer scientistGary Kildall. He developed the
Want $200,000? Prove the urban myth that Microsoft copied code to create MS-DOS
International Business Times / Posted 20 days ago
item for consumers, there was computer scientistGary Kildall. He developed the first high-level programming language for microprocessors called PL/M in 1973, followed by a pioneering computer operating system known as Control Program for... Read more
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PhysOrg
After fatality, autonomous car development may speed uphas witnessed enormous advances in autonomous passenger vehicle technologies ov
After fatality, autonomous car development may speed up
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
has witnessed enormous advances in autonomous passenger vehicle technologies over the last dozen years. The performance of microprocessors, memory chips and sensors needed for autonomous driving has greatly increased, while the cost of these... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Playing The Long Game Inside Tim Cook's Applecentral to what analyst Neil Cybart already calls the "Apple Experience Era." "
Playing The Long Game Inside Tim Cook's Apple
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 22 days ago
central to what analyst Neil Cybart already calls the "Apple Experience Era." "Your auto or your home may have dozens of microprocessors in them, but they’re dumb products," says Dediu. "When the smartphone enters that environment, it gets... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Arizona companies jump on rising-dividend trendhave been gradually boosting their payments. One of the best examples is Microc
Arizona companies jump on rising-dividend trend
The Arizona Republic / Posted 23 days ago
have been gradually boosting their payments. One of the best examples is Microchip Technology, a Chandler-based maker of microprocessors that has steadily raised its dividend in recent quarters by half a penny per share. The company is also one... Read more

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