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Intel says it bought ST-Ericsson's GPS operations

The chipmaker has agreed to acquire certain assets of ST-Ericsson's Global Navigation Satellite Systems business, and 130 employees from ST-Ericsson will join Intel as part of the deal.

By May 29, 2013

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ST-Ericsson refocuses business, announces layoffs

The company says that it will be forced to reduce its global workforce by 1,700 employees, but some of those will be transferred to ST as part of its broader plan.

By April 23, 2012

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Chipmaking venture ST-Ericcson to close, cut 1,600 jobs

Formed in 2009, the joint partnership of STMicro and Ericsson was never profitable as top customer Nokia lost market share to Apple and Samsung.

By March 18, 2013

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Double-speed USB 3.0 to arrive next year

The first devices that take advantage of the new standard's 10Gbps data-transfer speed should arrive in 2014. Too bad for Thunderbolt.

By January 6, 2013

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Nokia's defunct MeeGo finds new life as Sailfish

A Finnish startup created by former Nokia executives is hoping to break through with their fledgling mobile operating system.

By December 18, 2012

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MeeGo-resurrected Sailfish OS looks slick in video demo

The translucent software is made by Jolla, a company founded by ex-Nokia employees, and will fight Android.

By November 21, 2012

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MeeGo lives: a first look at the Sailfish OS

The mobile operating system that refuses to die is back in the spotlight. In fact, it is looking better than ever.

By November 21, 2012

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USB cables could power PCs, peripherals

A higher-wattage variation of USB means you could use it to charge your laptop, not just your phone. The first devices supporting the standard could arrive this year.

By September 14, 2012

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Motorola's Blade could continue Droid Razr design

Images and details leak online for three unannounced Motorola smartphones, one of which could be called the Blade.

By March 26, 2012

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Google's WebM patent pals agree to share

Seventeen allies agree not to sue each other over WebM-related video encoding patents. Google wants to enlist more to counter MPEG LA's royalty efforts.

By April 25, 2011