Cash pile building
Chip designer ARM reported a 36 per cent rise in first-quarter net profit amid strong demand for its technology.
Because you can never have too many
British chip designer ARM has been writing cheques to buy two outfits to give it an edge on the Internet of Things market.
But I nearly am damnit
While the press is banging on about Moore's Law turning 50 over the weekend, like many things in the US press, it is completely wrong.
Do stop mucking about
Several key Alteria shareholders have forced the company back to the negotiating table to discuss the merger with Intel.
Spin it off warns sctivist investor
Qualcomm has been told to spin-off its "worthless" chip unit away from its patent-licensing business in order to boost sliding stock prices.
Intel still the market leader shokka
Sales of semiconductors were up eight per cent and reached $340bn according to a report by analyst house Gartner.
Hopes the Galaxy will save it
Samsung just released its financial performance for the first quarter of the year and while it beat the rather poor expectations of the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street there is not too much to be happy about.
Early days yet
Nvidia is claiming a victory in its patent case against Samsung and Qualcomm in the US after an International Trade Commission has returned a pretrial claim construction ruling that it claims favours the outfit.
Or Wall Street will kick it to death
While there are some that do not believe that Intel will have to press ahead with its rumoured buy out of rival Altera, there are signs that it might not have a choice.
Samsung laughing all the way to the bank
While Samsung saw its January-March earnings slip for the sixth straight quarter, investors are expecting a rebound this year on healthy chip sales and high hopes for its Galaxy smartphones.