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  • Intel has 64 bits for Android

    Intel  is still struggling to find its way in the smartphone market, which is dominated by ARM. It moved to Android as the OS of choice for smartphones running on its chips, and getting to 64-bit could give the chipmaker a head start over rivals.
  • iPhone 5S accelerometer stuffed-up by Bosch chip

    ZDnet said the old iPhone 5 uses a STMicroelectronics LIS331DLH part and while they are both the same price, the Bosch saves power, but has a higher "output noise
  • Freescale picks up eRRAM IP from Rambus

    Rambus had filed a complaint with the ITC last year as part of a major offensive against the semiconductor sector, alleging that Freescale, Broadcom, LSI, MediaTek, Nvidia, STMicroelectronicswere infringing its memory controller patents.
  • IBM, STMicro to open fabs in India

    STMicroelectronics is behind the second plant, which will have the exact same capacity, 40,000 wafers per months, 300mm size, and CMOS technology. The first phase will feature 90nm, 65nm and 45nm nodes, but phase two will bring 28nm and 22nm capacity as well.
  • Rambus settles patent dispute with SK Hynix

    Rambus still has patent disputes with Micron Technology and STMicroelectronics over DRAM and SoC technology. However, it has made peace with LSI, Fujitsu Semiconductor, Nvidia, MediaTek and Samsung, | IDG reports.
  • 3D IC market to see stable growth through 2016

    According to Infiniti Research, the biggest 3D IC vendors at the moment are Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE), Samsung., STMicroelectronics and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC). IBM, Elpida, Intel and Micron are also working on products based on 3D ICs.
  • ST Ericsson starts to unravel

    It is starting to look like ST-Ericsson might shut its doors, or at least undergo a massive transformation. The joint venture between Ericsson and STMicroelectronics was supposed to revamp the European semiconductor business, but it never quite took off.
  • IHS iSuppli reports unexpected semi inventory plunge in Q4

    Although Intel managed to shave off $585 million in inventory value, representing an 11 percent cut, AMD managed to do away with $182 million, cutting its inventory by 25 percent. STMicroelectronics slashed its inventory by $131 million, or nine percent.
  • Nvidia will stick ARM chips in Tesla

    ARM has been keen to trumpet AMD, Broadcom, Calxeda, HiSilicon, Samsung and STMicroelectronics's involvement.
  • Rambus loses patent suit against LSI and STMicroelectronics

    Rambus has lost a suit against chip makers LSI and STMicroelectronics. The company, which sometimes faces accusations of being a patent troll, was dealt a blow after the US International Trade Commission ruled that the pair did not infringe on any of the company's patents.
  • Indian government gets interest from chipmakers

    The Indian government is having some success in attracting the big chipmakers to set up shop in the country.
  • Lumia cost $209 to make

    In addition to a Qualcomm chipset, the Lumia 900 uses Samsung's $58 display, memory from Micron and Elpida, and smaller components from Broadcom and STMicroelectronics, the researcher said.
  • ST: Smart systems, MEMS to transform energy harvesting

    MEMS Congress Europe 2012According to Carmelo Papa, general manager at STMicroelectronics, in 10 years time the game is going to look very different indeed. He told TechEye that MEMS will evolve into smart systems, which will become the core, together, with microcontrollers.
  • STMicro outlines the future of MEMS

    MEMS Congress Europe 2012Speaking today at the MEMS Executive Congress Europe, here in Zurich, Carmelo Papa, senior executive VP and GM, industrial and multisegment sector for STMicroelectronics, outlined the progress and the next phases for an industry which is still booming.
  • ST-Ericsson restructures

    ST-Ericsson, a 50-50 joint venture between Ericsson and STMicroelectronics, could potentially turn itself into a rival for Qualcomm but is more likely to become a "strategic asset" for AMD, Nvidia, Intel or Texas Instruments.
  • Gyroscopes are the new boom market

    STMicroelectronics is the leading producer of both gyroscopes and accelerometers, with Apple accounting for half of the company's MEMS business in 2011. STMicro is the sole supplier of gyroscopes and accelerometers for the iPhone and iPad.
  • Maxim buys UK fabless chip company

    Before that, he was was chief technology officer and founder of Synad Technologies, a fabless wireless LAN chipmaker sold to STMicroelectronics in 2003.
  • Imagination Technologies announces PowerVR Series 6

    CES 2012British-based fabless IC designer, Imagination Technologies, has announced its plans to release a next generation of mobile GPUs that will knock the proverbial socks off the competition, they happen to have called it ‘Rogue

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