|Shareholers sued IBM|
The lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court arose from IBM's announcement last Oct. 20 that it would sell the unit to GlobalFoundries Inc, and take a related $4.7 billion pre-tax charge.
|Spansion debutes 333MHz HyperRAM|
HyperRAM memory promise to offer a scalable solution for extending fast read and write operations externally, allowing fast delivery of high-resolution graphics in the early part of the boot process for automotive, industrial and IoT applications.
|Freescale/NXP to merge|
many consider as one of the largest consolidations in the semiconductor industry to date. Upon approval, the companies would create a top 10 chipmaker and embedded processor giant with more than $10 billion in combined revenues.
|Galaxy 6S has high speed octocore |
Samsung's foundry group is courting big fabless companies such as Qualcomm as customers, too. In this way, Samsung appears to be giving itself a slight advantage at the 14nm node with a few months lead over its handset and silicon rivals.
|Apple to put its chip design center in Israel |
What is Apple looking for in Israel? A possible answer lies in the companies it’s already bought: Anobit Technologies Ltd. and PrimeSense Ltd., two microprocessor chip design firms.
|Pro and Cons of Labor union|
Have the labor unions of today changed from the past? In an effort to evaluate the situation, A list of some of the key advantages and disadvantages associated with union membership in today’s society.
|More efficient lithium batteries discovered|
Allowing cars to travel hundreds of miles without recharging — have focused on the relationship between lithium and oxygen. They believe such "lithium-air" batteries would resolve size and cost constrains faced by current lithium ion batteries.
|UFS storage is ready for high end phones|
It won't be at all shocking if this (UFS)storage ends up in high-end Samsung phones, and it wouldn't be a stretch to see interest from other top-tier companies that use Samsung's flash, like Apple.
|Apple has to recruit battery experts|
Unnamed Samsung official suggested Apple needs "patents and experts in battery technology" to move forward with the project. He also said that top human resources firms have been approaching Samsung’s battery experts.
|FCC to finally vote on Net Neutrality|
Internet services providers (ISPs) will not be allowed to discriminate Internet traffic by blocking access to legal content, throttling speeds or favoring traffic by means of paid prioritization, among other rules.