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Posts posted in August 2011
Tablet and E-reader Semiconductor Opportunity to Approach $16 Billion
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8/31/2011   (4) comments
The growing popularity of tablets is leaving many to question the viability of the e-reader market's sustainability
Media Tablet Forecast Increased as Apple’s Dominance Grows
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8/24/2011   (9) comments
Global media tablet shipments now are expected to rise to 60 million units in 2011, up 245.9 percent from 17.4 million in 2010
China Surpasss US as Largest PC Market
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8/23/2011   (6) comments
Approximately 18.5 million units shipped in China compared to 17.7 million units in the US, according to IDC
IHS iSuppli: Fast Facts on Google’s Purchase of Motorola Mobility
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8/15/2011   (2) comments
The Motorola Mobility acquisition puts Google Inc. in a stronger position in any potential patent dispute with Apple Inc.
OEMs to Spend More on Semiconductors for Wireless than for Computers
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8/12/2011   (7) comments
Driven by booming sales of smartphones and tablets, OEMs in 2011 will buy $55.4 billion worth of semiconductors for use in wireless devices, up 10.7 percent from $50.1 billion in 2010




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