Chipmaker has reduced semiconductor prices by up to 48 percent and is expected to report revenues that fall well below analysts' predictions
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The One Laptop per Child organisation has pencilled in October for the production of its ruggedised device, the XO, and has orders for 3 million machines already.
The chip giant has acquired open-source mobile specialist Opened Hand, which will now focus on developing a Linux software stack for Atom processors
The company blames the global economic slowdown for the redundancies, which will mostly be in its manufacturing operations
The company kept graphic-chip flaws secret for six months while making 'misleading statements', claim shareholders
Both Hynix and Samsung have seen sharp drops in chip profits, but analyst are hopeful that things will turn around soon
UK chip manufacturer Wolfson has upped its profits forecast, thanks to a booming consumer gadget market
Intel has said its next chip platform, codenamed Sandy Bridge, will go into production by the end of 2010.
A group claims that it developed a "ridiculously complex" method of cracking Apple's prize devices.
The company's successor to Nehalem, which will transition from a 32nm process to 22nm, will go into chip production by the end of 2010, Intel has confirmed