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Apple may be looking to acquire a unit of Renesas Electronics that makes LCD chips for mobile devices, according to a Nikkei report. The deal could be worth close to half a billion dollars.
Tech giant tells Bloomberg it has bought the Israel-based flash memory startup but declines to discuss the price or specific purpose.
The company behind the Kinect motion sensor now belongs to Apple in a deal reportedly valued in the vicinity of $345 million.
Apple's reported acquisition of Anobit gets it into the flash memory big leagues--if it wasn't there already.
The iPhone maker reportedly paid between $400 million and $500 million for Anobit, but so far neither company has said a deal exists.
The Israel-based 3D-sensing company provides the technology that powers Microsoft's Kinect sensor.
Anobit's Memory Signal Processing technology includes proprietary signal processing algorithms along with advanced error correction and innovative flash management schemes.
The iPhone maker has reportedly offered $280 million to acquire Israel-based 3D-sensor company Primesense.
After news that the hyped startup was shutting down, a rumor now says that Apple may be setting its sights on the photo-and-video-sharing social network.
Apple buys a San Francisco-based HTML5 Web and Web app design firm backed by Justin Timberlake.