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An executive of Taiwan-based LCD maker AU Optronics Corp. was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in San Francisco for his participation in a worldwide thin-film transistor-liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) price-fixing conspiracy.
Eastman Kodak today reported $283 million in consolidated net earnings in the first quarter of 2013, compared to a $366 million loss in the prior-year quarter.
Sprint Nextel today announced that it had received from SoftBank Corp. a waiver of various provisions of the merger agreement between Sprint and SoftBank.
The most popular storage medium this year for superthin Ultrabooks and similarly built laptops won?t be the pricey solid state drives (SSD).
AMD is rolling out two new members of its FX family of unlocked CPUs, the FX 4350 and 6350.
Qualcomm says that users will soon be able to wirelessly recharge smartphones and tablets without placing them in direct contact with charging pads.
In a move that could give the final hit in the almost dead optical storage and Blu-ray disc market for PCs, TDK has decided to withdraw from the Blu-ray disc business by March 2014.
LG on Monday announced yet a new variation of its Optimus series of smartphones. The Optimus GK is a new Android flagship smartphone bas ed on the the previously-introduced Optimus G Pro that is designed for the Japanese market.
Google is bringing its Google Now technology to the iPhone, where it will compete with Apple's Siri.
Samsung will reportedly launch a water-resistant version of the Galaxy S4 smartphone.
Infineon Technologies and GLOBALFOUNDRIES today announced a joint technology development and production agreement for 40 nanometer (nm) embedded flash (eFlash) process technology.
Samsung Electronics today introduced of the GALAXY Tab 3 - 7-inch a slim mobile device designed to compete with the smaller tablet ranges offered by rivals Apple, Amazon, and Google.
Google will retire the Meebo Bar publishing tool by June 6, as the company focuseson projects like Google+ Sign-In and plug-ins.
Consumer electronics giant LG Electronics said Monday that it began sales of curved organic light-emitting diode (OLED) TV for the first time.

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