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Posts posted in July 2012
US Flat-Panel TV Retail Pricing on Upswing
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7/30/2012   (1) comment
Higher ASPs are being driven by the growing proportion of TV sets bearing advanced features and large display sizes
DRAM Pricing Strengthens as Inventory Level Falls
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7/17/2012   (2) comments
The latest drop in the Inventory Index is due primarily to an aggressive stockpile burn-off from Japanese supplier Elpida Memory
IDC: Global PC Shipments Stalled in Q2
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7/12/2012   (1) comment
Sales of personal computers were flat in the second quarter compared with the same period in 2011 on slowing consumer purchases, IDC said
Low-End Google Nexus 7 Carries $152 BOM: IHS iSuppli
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7/11/2012   (4) comments
The entry-level 8-Gigabyte version of Google's new Nexus 7 media tablet carries a bill of materials of $151.75, said IHS iSuppli
IHS iSuppli: High Level of Chip Content in GE Washing Machines
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7/6/2012   (2) comments
A teardown analysis finds the electronics BOM in midrange GE washers to be higher than the global norm




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