Electronics

IBM is looking at leaving the semiconductor manufacturing industry – ExtremeTech

Posted: Sunday, February 09, 2014

After selling its x86 server business to Lenovo, IBM is apparently considering another major shift in strategy and divesting its semiconductor manufacturing foundries as well. If it does so, it would be the end of an era. IBM hasn’t dominated semiconductor manufacturing in decades, but the technology that’s come out IBM’s laboratories has been instrumental in the advancement of CMOS design. IBM built the first computer capable of defeating a…

Intel Capital President’s $11.2 Million Sale – Barron’s

Posted: Sunday, February 09, 2014

Six insiders at the world’s largest chip maker including the chief financial officer and the president sold 729,140 shares for $18,048,303, an average of $24.75 each, from Jan. 14 through 31 on the open market and through options exercises. Three …

Intel Capital President’s $11.2 Million Sale – Barron’s

Posted: Saturday, February 08, 2014

Six insiders at the world’s largest chip maker including the chief financial officer and the president sold 729,140 shares for $18,048,303, an average of $24.75 each, from Jan. 14 through 31 on the open market and through options exercises. Three …

AMD Kaveri A8-7600 APU review – Eurogamer.net

Posted: Saturday, February 08, 2014

AMD’s APU technology – combining CPU and GPU in one chip – is well-known for offering up entry-level gaming power that significantly outperforms the Intel equivalents, usually at a very competitive price point. But in the last few months, the technology has upped its game. With the arrival of Xbox One and PlayStation 4, we’ve seen APU tech move on to the next level, defining the next generation of console…

Semiconductor sale a vital part of IBM’s strategic realignment – Financial Times

Posted: Saturday, February 08, 2014

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Intel Capital President’s $11.2 Million Sale – Barron’s

Posted: Saturday, February 08, 2014

Six insiders at the world’s largest chip maker including the chief financial officer and the president sold 729,140 shares for $18,048,303, an average of $24.75 each, from Jan. 14 through 31 on the open market and through options exercises. Three …