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anobit

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Apple confirms Anobit acquisition

Tech giant tells Bloomberg it has bought the Israel-based flash memory startup but declines to discuss the price or specific purpose.

By January 10, 2012

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Anobit acquisition keeps Apple ahead in flash memory

Apple's reported acquisition of Anobit gets it into the flash memory big leagues--if it wasn't there already.

By December 22, 2011

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Apple's Anobit buy a done deal, report says

The iPhone maker reportedly paid between $400 million and $500 million for Anobit, but so far neither company has said a deal exists.

By December 20, 2011

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Apple to buy Anobit, a flash memory startup?

Anobit's Memory Signal Processing technology includes proprietary signal processing algorithms along with advanced error correction and innovative flash management schemes.

By December 13, 2011

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Apple to buy Israeli flash memory manufacturer?

According to a report over at TechCrunch, Apple is preparing to purchase Israeli flash memory manufacturer Anobit for $400 million to $500 million.

By December 13, 2011

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Apple in talks to buy Japanese chipmaker, report says

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.

By April 1, 2014

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Apple confirms deal for 3D sensing company PrimeSense

The company behind the Kinect motion sensor now belongs to Apple in a deal reportedly valued in the vicinity of $345 million.

By November 24, 2013

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Apple reportedly acquires PrimeSense for $345M

The Israel-based 3D-sensing company provides the technology that powers Microsoft's Kinect sensor.

By November 17, 2013

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Apple in talks to acquire company behind Microsoft's Kinect

The iPhone maker has reportedly offered $280 million to acquire Israel-based 3D-sensor company Primesense.

By July 16, 2013

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Want to work for Apple? Try Israel

Apple is readying a major hiring campaign for its research and development facility in Haifa, Israel.

By April 30, 2012