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IT services firm stocks dip after govt suspends fast tech visas
wtorek, 07 marca 2017 15:55

Technology services company shares dipped after the Trump administration announced it would temporarily suspend expedited applications for H-1B visas widely used by foreign tech workers. U.S. shares of Indian IT company Infosys Ltd fell 1.2 percent and Wipro Ltd edged down 0.2 percent after the USCIS said that it would suspend "premium processing" of the visas for up to six months. New York-based Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp dipped 1.7 percent.

więcej na: www.reuters.com

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IBM building first universal quantum computers
wtorek, 07 marca 2017 14:08

IBM announced an industry-first initiative to build commercially available universal quantum computing systems. “IBM Q” quantum systems and services will be delivered via the IBM Cloud platform. While technologies that currently run on classical computers, such as Watson, can help find patterns and insights buried in vast amounts of existing data, quantum computers will deliver solutions to important problems where patterns cannot be seen because the data doesn’t exist and the possibilities that you need to explore to get to the answer are too enormous to ever be processed by classical computers.

więcej na: www-03.ibm.com

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AUO reports over 41% on-year rise in February sales
wtorek, 07 marca 2017 12:01

AU Optronics has announced its consolidated revenue for February 2017 reached US$943.41 million, up by 2.7% on month and 41.6% on year. Shipments of large-size LCD panels for TV, desktop monitor, notebook and other applications exceeded 8.91 million units in February 2017, up by 5.1% from the previous month, the Taiwan-based maker said. Small- to medium-size panel shipments came to about 11.76 million units in February, down by 1.5% on month, AUO said.

więcej na: www.digitimes.com

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Cypress closes sale of Minnesota wafer fabrication facility
wtorek, 07 marca 2017 10:03

Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced it has sold the subsidiary that owns its semiconductor wafer fabrication facility in Bloomington, Minnesota to SkyWater Technology Foundry for $30 million. Backed by Minnesota-based holding company Oxbow Industries, LLC, SkyWater Technology has purchased the capital stock of the subsidiary and will operate the fab as a standalone business that will manufacture wafers for Cypress and for other semiconductor manufacturers.

więcej na: www.cypress.com

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January semiconductor sales up 14% compared to last year
wtorek, 07 marca 2017 07:50

The Semiconductor Industry Association announced worldwide sales of semiconductors reached $30.6 billion for the month of January 2017, an increase of 13.9 percent compared to the January 2016 total of $26.9 billion. Global sales in January were 1.2 percent lower than the December 2016 total of $31.0 billion, reflecting normal seasonal market trends. January marked the global market’s largest year-to-year growth since November 2010.

więcej na: www.semiconductors.org

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STMicroelectronics announces filing of its 2016 annual report form 20-F
poniedziałek, 06 marca 2017 20:13

STMicroelectronics announced that it has filed its Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2016 with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on March 3, 2017. The Company’s Form 20-F and complete audited financial statements can be found at SEC’s website.

więcej na: www.st.com

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TSMC also wants a part of Toshiba’s memory business
poniedziałek, 06 marca 2017 18:00

“TSMC also hopes to persuade Toshiba to set up a 3D NAND fab in Taiwan, by providing support such as bringing down its production costs locally” according to sources speaking to DigiTimes. “In addition, TSMC could be Toshiba’s best production partner, as the foundry will help Toshiba expand its business in the 3D NAND field, the sources said. The partnership between TSMC and Toshiba could also pose a challenge to the longtime industry leader Samsung, which usually has sufficient profits generated from its memory business to subsidize its logic IC unit,” the sources add.

więcej na: wccftech.com

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Samsung to call Galaxy S8’s massive front screen ‘Infinity Display’
poniedziałek, 06 marca 2017 16:09

Samsung delayed the launch of its next flagship device ‘Galaxy S8’ for a good few more weeks following MWC, only to unveil a device fulfilling all consumer needs. The Korean giant is expected to release two variants of the Galaxy S8 - one with a 5.7-inch screen and other with a huge 6.2-inch screen to compensate for the Note 7. And now we know that the massive screens offered by Samsung are reportedly being called ‘Infinity Display’, thanks to a new trademark filing.

więcej na: technews.co

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Nikkei confirms: Apple iPhone 8 to feature 5.8-inch OLED screen
poniedziałek, 06 marca 2017 13:55

Japanese news agency Nikkei has backed away from a previous story in which it called for the tenth-year anniversary edition of the Apple iPhone, dubbed the iPhone 8, to carry a 5-inch OLED display. In a new report, the news agency said that the iPhone 8 will have the largest screen of the three new models expected to be released in 2017. Nikkei is now matching predictions made by others including KGI Securities reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Nikkei's new forecast is for the iPhone 8 to carry a 5.8-inch OLED screen.

więcej na: www.phonearena.com

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SK Hynix may join hands with Foxconn for Toshiba bid
poniedziałek, 06 marca 2017 12:01

SK Hynix may join hands with Taiwanese tech giant Foxconn to acquire a chip unit of Toshiba, industry watchers said. Toshiba could sell 100 percent of its chip unit to offset the massive loss at its US nuclear power plant construction business -- instead of the initial plan of selling a 19.9 percent stake, according to Nikkei Asian Review. This may reap a profit of more than $8.7 billion from the sale. This has made things trickier for SK Hynix, whose cash assets are far from enough to pay for the deal.

więcej na: www.koreaherald.com

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