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The cloud-based POS platform provider, which largely services small businesses, is giving away the revamped readers for free to new customers, but for a limited time.
Samsung's chip boss said supplying its 14-nanometre FinFet chips to Apple will boost its financials greatly, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
Apple has confirmed that the NFC chip it has built into its new iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and Apple Watch will only work with its Pay system — at least initially, according to reports.
Market research says Apple and Samsung accounted for 85 percent of 4G smartphone sales in China in the first two months of 2014. Chinese chip manufacturers worry the market will be monopolized by Western chip makers Qualcomm and Marvell.
Reports suggest that Renesas Electronics Corp. is in talks with companies over the sale of its smartphone display chip unit.
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The popularity of low-cost Android smartphones helped Samsung retain its position as the world's top purchaser of semiconductors, staying ahead of Apple. But which company is better placed for long term success in the smartphone market?
The buyout would allow Avago, which makes chips for Apple products, to enter the burgeoning storage chip space.
Reports suggest that Apple has acquired PrimeSense, potentially in order to innovate in the field of 3D sensor technology.
According to reports, Apple may be planning to diversify its chip sources further away from Samsung with a new supplier in the state of New York.
Is Apple on a startup buying spree now too? Based on a new report, the iPhone maker is stepping up its hardware assets.
Samsung shot past Apple to become the world's leading buyer of chips and semiconductors, according to latest research figures. Forget the Samsung vs. Apple rivalry for a moment. It's actually about both Samsung and Apple setting the post-PC agenda for 2013.
Samsung is looking to break into the Chinese market by supplying chips as Apple begins to loosen its dependence on the rival firm.
After a series of courtroom battles and lengthy battles, Samsung has hiked the price of its chips, but seemingly to only one customer, Apple, its arch rival in the smartphone and tablet space.
Apple didn't just unveil the iPad mini today, it also refreshed the iPad, and at the core of that refresh is a new chip -- the A6X processor.
Apple's hiring of 16-year AMD chip veteran could allow the Cupertino tech giant to shift A-series processor production away from Samsung. But the move could also have implications for Intel, which supplies CPUs for Macs.
An Apple job posting gives us a tantalizing glimpse into what the Cupertino giant might have in the pipeline over the coming months and years. Is Apple planning to dump Intel? Are OS X tablets in the pipeline?
Apple, despite its courtroom tussles and bitter rivalry with Samsung, relies on the firm for chips and components. A Reuters report suggests that Apple's reliance on Samsung isn't as strong as previously thought.
According to reports, Apple and Qualcomm failed in their bids to invest for exclusive access to TSMC chip supplies.
Reports out of China indicate that the iPhone 5 will be delayed. Comments from Qualcomm indicate otherwise. We'll find out in the fall.
There's a reality that TI will have to confront: It has the wrong customers. Mobile chip makers that aren't tied to Apple or Samsung are going to see volatile results.
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