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CEO Larry Ellison plans to add to his lineup of acquisitions by picking up semiconductor companies in an attempt to own more of the technology behind computer chips.
The challenges of multi-core programming on the client went away as much as they have been solved.
The expected investment would come as Apple and Samsung, a key supplier of the iPhone components, continue to battle it out in court over patents.
Windows Phone division president Andy Lees tells Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference attendees that smartphone costs before long-term contract discounts could hit $100 next year.
First came WebGL for 3D graphics on the Web. A possible sequel uses graphics chips to speed more general software like video game physics engines and photo processing.
Chipmakers AMD and Nvidia quit an industry consortium that distributes a common PC benchmark. AMD is claiming bias, but the BAPCo group and Intel don't agree.
The company rumored to be the maker of the chip inside the iPad has been acquired by Apple. It's Apple's fourth acquisition since last fall.
Acer's CEO and its president say Microsoft is imposing "troublesome" restrictions on chipmakers and hardware makers working on Windows 8 tablets.
Now out of stealth mode, the start-up aims to license its PowerShrink manufacturing technology to semiconductor companies. First to sign up: Fujitsu.
Using a Honeycomb tablet, Nvidia shows a game it says needs all four cores of its Tegra mobile processor that's due to ship later this year.