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Ian King / Bloomberg:
Intel Confronts Qualcomm in Vegas Standoff   —  A looming clash between Intel Corp. (INTC) and Qualcomm Inc. (QCOM) will take center stage at the Consumer Electronics Show next week in Las Vegas, with both chipmakers seeking to control the future of mobile devices.
Jan 4, 2012, 1:35 AMIn context
Ian King / Bloomberg:
Intel Abandons Plans to Get Its Processors Into Televisions   —  Intel Corp. (INTC), the world's largest chipmaker, is giving up on an effort to get its processors into televisions after failing to gain a foothold in the market.  —  The company, which will continue supplying chips to TV set- top box makers …
Oct 12, 2011, 2:10 PMIn context
Ian King / Bloomberg:
Qualcomm Says Snapdragon Chip to Appear in 250 More Devices   —  Qualcomm Inc. (QCOM) Chief Executive Officer Paul Jacobs said that 250 devices based on the company's Snapdragon processor are in the works, part of a push to extend its dominance beyond radio chips.
Jun 2, 2011, 9:00 AMIn context
Ian King / Bloomberg:
Intel, Qualcomm Say Earthquake in Japan Won't Slow Chip Output   —  Intel Corp. (INTC), the world's largest chipmaker, and Qualcomm Inc. (QCOM), the biggest supplier of semiconductors used in phones, said last week's earthquake in Japan won't hurt production.
Mar 17, 2011, 11:30 AMIn context
Ian King / Bloomberg:
Intel Plans to Build $5 Billion Chip Plant in Arizona   —  Feb. 18 (Bloomberg) — Intel Corp., the world's largest chipmaker, announced plans to build a $5 billion plant in Arizona and hire 4,000 employees in the U.S. this year.  —  The workers will focus on product development …
Feb 19, 2011, 1:41 PMIn context
Ian King / Bloomberg:
Intel Wins Approval for McAfee Acquisition From FTC   —  Dec. 21 (Bloomberg) — Intel Corp., the world's largest chipmaker, won clearance from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to acquire McAfee Inc., bringing the company a step closer to expanding into the security-software market.
Dec 21, 2010, 4:55 PMIn context
Ian King / Bloomberg:
Dell Plans More Than $100 Billion Spending in China   —  Sept. 17 (Bloomberg) — Dell Inc. plans to spend more than $100 billion over 10 years to broaden operations in China and increase its sales in the world's second-largest economy.  —  Dell will open a second China operations center next year in Chengdu …
Sep 17, 2010, 1:00 PMIn context
Ian King / Bloomberg:
Intel Looking for Acquisitions in Push Beyond PCs   —  Intel Corp., the world's biggest maker of chips for computers, is considering acquisitions that would help get its processors into smartphones and consumer electronics.  —  “We are looking at what we believe can accelerate our progress in those markets …
Apr 20, 2010, 6:40 PMIn context
Ian King / Bloomberg:
AMD Sales Growth Signals Company Trails Larger Rival Intel in PC Rebound   —  Advanced Micro Devices Inc., the second-largest maker of microprocessors, reported first-quarter sales growth that trailed gains at Intel Corp., signaling it may be losing out to its larger rival as demand recovers.
Apr 15, 2010, 8:05 PMIn context
Ian King / Bloomberg:
E-Readers' Price May Fall to $150 This Year With New Chip, Freescale Says   —  Freescale Semiconductor Inc., whose products power about 90 percent of electronic book readers, said a new chip will help drive down the price of the devices to less than $150 this year.
Mar 1, 2010, 5:50 AMIn context

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