Tag Archives: Electronic engineering

29May/15

Intel nears deal to buy Altera

(Reuters Business Report) – Another huge chip deal nearing the finish line: The New York Post reports Intel is close to buying Altera for roughly $15 billion. It says the deal could come together by the end of next week. The semiconductor giant would pay about $54 a share, a 15 percent premium over Thursday’s closing price.
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15Apr/15

France says Alcatel can reconquer lost markets with Nokia tie-up

French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron says the Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent tie up is a chance to create a “great European champion”.

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11Mar/15

Armed mugging of South African reporter caught on camera

A reporter is mugged in Johannesburg by two men, one armed with a gun, as he is about to start a live news bulletin about Zambian President Edgar Lungu’s hospital treatment.
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02Mar/15

Mobile World looks to 5G

(BVO) – Welcome to the future.

A place where you can stream videos as holograms from your phone.

HD movies will take a matter of seconds to download.

While data speeds reach the giddy heights of 13 Gigabytes per second.

For now 5G is a work in progress.

But firms like Nokia Networks are hoping to make it a reality by 2020.
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02Mar/15

Intel Launches New Mobile SoCs, LTE Solution

Announces Collaborations with Ericsson*, Samsung*, Others as Part of Broad Effort Spanning Silicon, Devices, Security and Networking Solutions
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16Feb/15

LG Electronics takes fight with Samsung over washer damage to YouTube

Footage from surveillance cameras show South Korea’s LG Electronics executive Jo Seong-jin , who has been indicted on a charge of damaging washing machines of Samsung Electronics, touring a Samsung exhibit at a shop in Berlin.
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16Feb/15

Kenyan broadcasters off air in digital migration stand-off with government

Kenyan television broadcasters go on nationwide black out to protest the mandatory move to digital transmission from analogue, saying the process of issuing broadcast signal broadcast licences was flawed and unfair, and that they want to broadcast digital signals on their own platforms.
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