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Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Industry News
EU gets tough on Qalcomm/NXP merger review 6/6/2017
The EU competition authority's preliminary review of the deal ends on June 9. It can either clear the deal unconditionally or open an investigation lasting up to four months.
Apple and Amazon are behind Foxconn's bid for Toshiba 6/5/2017
On Saturday night, Gou told the Nikkei Asian Review in a separate interview that he has secured support from Apple and Amazon on the Toshiba deal.
NAND prices up 6/5/2017
The NAND contract price went up 20-25% in Q1, reports DRAMeXchange.
Rumor WD to build flash memory plant in Japan 6/5/2017
WD is embroiled in a dispute with business partner Toshiba Corp over plans to sell the Japanese firm's prized semiconductor unit and is arguing that it should be given exclusive negotiating rights.
Attention goes to Artificial Intelligence at Computex 6/5/2017
"Computex seems to have shied away from mobility in favour of 'internet of things', which incorporates aspects of both cloud computing and artificial intelligence,"
New magnetoelectric memory can lead to low energy storage 6/2/2017
According to the team, the research could aid production of devices such as instant-on laptops, close-to-zero-consumption flash drives, and data storage centres that require much less air conditioning.
Phison Electronics seeks investment in China 6/2/2017
Phison is mulling whether to seek an injection of Chinese capital to a Chinese subsidiary in a bid to pursue new business opportunities
Google: Current leader in AI 6/2/2017
Google has been slowly injecting AI into many of its products and services and the company’s CEO Sundar Pichai has sounded very bullish on the prospects of artificial intelligence in recent public appearances. 
Mexico preparing for renegotiation of NAFTA 6/2/2017
The rules dictate how much U.S. content a product assembled in Mexico must have in order to escape tariffs when being imported into the United States. Currently set at 62.5 percent for the auto industry, that number could increase.
Uber fired Levandowski, self-driving car chief 6/1/2017
Levandowski is accused of downloading 14,000 documents from his Google computers onto a hard drive and then uploading them into his personal computer and bring them to Uber.
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