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In a not-too-distant version of a future invented by Google, it may be considered normal to see cars that pilot themselves while drivers wave their arms wildly for direction and ...
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Social media companies may be the Wall Street darlings of the hour, but electronics hardware companies are proving they can put the shine on a venture capitalist's nickel.
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Mary Barra's ride as CEO of General Motors has been hair-raising. Toast of the business world just three months ago, the former head of product development and supply chain is now getting ...
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Apple did it. So did Motorola, Ford, Intel, General Electric, and other electronics and automotive firms. In fact, it was a trend in many industries, as organizations such as Master Lock, ...
Bruce Gain
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Apple tends to penetrate markets in a big way, so after quietly entering the car infotainment sector this year, the OEM giant is beginning to attract a lot of attention in the automotive ...
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The San Francisco Bay area is back in the news with reports that 2014 is shaping up to be the fifth driest year in the state's history. The impact of this water scarcity is compounded by ...
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Gartner, Inc. forecasts that a 30-fold increase in Internet-connected physical devices by 2020 will significantly alter supply chain leader information access and cyber-risk exposure.
Worldwide, the total number of companies participating directly in the manufacturing of PV solar panels is set to fall to approximately 150 in 2013
Worldwide chip sales are expected to decrease to $303 billion in 2012, down from $310 billion in 2011
Spot market pricing for 9N solar polysilicon in October plunged by more than 9 percent
Following economic setbacks in 2009, the world market for electronics manufacturing services (EMS) is projected to grow this year 9.4 percent globally
For rigid PCBs and flexible circuits combined, industry shipments and bookings in August 2012 were both flat
Global semiconductor revenue now is expected to decline slightly for the year, contracting by 0.1 percent
Higher ASPs are being driven by the growing proportion of TV sets bearing advanced features and large display sizes
The latest drop in the Inventory Index is due primarily to an aggressive stockpile burn-off from Japanese supplier Elpida Memory
Sales of personal computers were flat in the second quarter compared with the same period in 2011 on slowing consumer purchases, IDC said Parts Search

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