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Posts posted in November 2011
Lenovo Jumps to No. 2 PC Rank
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11/30/2011   (4) comments
Lenovo managed to close its market share gap with No. 1-ranked HP to just 4.2 percentage points
IHS iSuppli: Amazon Kindle Fire Costs $201.70 to Manufacture
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11/18/2011   (12) comments
The Kindle Fire, at a retail price point of $199, is sold at a loss by Amazon, just as the basic Kindle is also sold at a loss at the current $79 retail price point
LCD TV Panel Pricing Plunges
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11/17/2011   Post a comment
The weak pricing in the TV sector means overall prices remain depressed for large-sized LCD panels, including those used for monitors and notebook computers
TI Reigns in Industrial Semiconductor Market
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11/8/2011   (3) comments
Leveraging its broad participation in a variety of market segments, TI in 2010 earned $1.79 billion in industrial electronics chips
Worldwide PC Microprocessor Sales up in Q3
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11/3/2011   (2) comments
PC microprocessor revenues in Q3 2011 rose to $10.7 billion, up 12.2% compared to 2Q 2011 and up 16.1% compared to 3Q 2010




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