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appointed will.i.am as director of creative innovation in January 2011.
UK-based Plessey Semiconductors Limited said today that it has entered into a product licensing agreement with Intel Corporation
(Nasdaq:INTC) and a share warrant agreement with Intel Capital.
, a chip supplier, has collaborated with Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM) (LSE: TYT) (TYO: 7203), a Japan-based automaker.
New Delhi, Delhi, May 25 -- HCL Infosystems Ltd, India's premier Hardware, Services and ICT System Integration Company, today announced a special consumer campaign, 'HCL Grand Computer Carnival' in association with Intel Corporation
. The carnival featuring exciting offers on HCL's range of desktops and notebooks is on from May 10 till May 31, 2011.
Mr Batafri and Mr Darwish will now enter the Intel Corporation
University of Berkeley Technology Entrepreneurship Challenge, to be held this month.
Summary: EoACAo Intel Corporation
rose two places on InterbrandEoACAOs annual 100 Best Global Brands list, ranking seventh.
But the transition, led by the Intel 32nm Process Technology from Intel Corporation
, Santa Clara, Calif., required a number of technological breakthroughs before Moore's Law could be successfully defended.
A collaborative effort with Intel Corporation
, displays in the facility include a wide array of features like information on microprocessor history, computer chip design and manufacturing, as well as an inside look at chip factories and how they operate though interactive stations and videos.
and Society for Science & the Public announced the top winners of the world's largest pre-college science competition: the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Chip maker Intel Corporation
(NASDAQ:INTC) has introduced its Intel Reader handheld device in the UK, the company announced today.
The European Commission announced, on 21 September, that it has published a non-confidential version of its decision, adopted on 13 May 2009, to impose a fine of 1.06 billion on Intel Corporation
for abuse of its dominant position (Article 82) and illegal anti-competitive behaviour, aiming to exclude competitors from the market for computer chips called x86 central processing units' (CPUs - see Europolitics 3753).