Fairchild Semiconductor (NYSE: FCS), a leading global supplier of high performance products to drive energy-efficiency, is pleased to participate in the Applied Materials 'Silicon Valley Turkey Trot'?. Fairchild is sponsoring the Fittest Firm Competition, one of several "races within the...
Reducing carbon dioxide to safe levels may require extracting carbon from the air, says Cornell climate researcher.
Chemists and physicists have succeeded in getting custom-shaped microparticles to interact and self-assemble in a controlled way in a liquid crystal.
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After hitting bottom in Q1’09, mobile display shipments for Q2’09 reached 360 million, up 30% Q/Q and 3% Y/Y. Revenues were up 29% Q/Q to $2.93 billion, but down 5% Y/Y. [...]
A new Web site called Trefis gives average investors some hi-tech tools for building financial models for the companies they follow.
The struggling online video site is selling its name, trademark and other technology, but says it will keep operating in some form.
Asana, started by a Facebook co-founder, has raised money from well-known venture capitalists for its workplace productivity software.
Trends suggest electronics sales may be solid during the holiday shopping season, while sales of apparel could get pummeled.
Retailers are trumpeting great deals on televisions heading into Black Friday, but the steepest discounts this year are limited to a few sets.
Facebook has established a dual-class stock structure, a move that helps lay the groundwork for an eventual initial public offering.
How Americans vote is strongly linked to their religious identities, but it is not an independent influence that transcends race, socioeconomic class and gender, reports a new study.
MIPS Technologies, Inc., a provider of industry-standard processor architectures and cores for home entertainment, communications, networking and portable multimedia markets, today announced availability of the Arriba for Android Porting Kit (APK) for its industry-standard MIPS architecture.
Dan got it. As for what it has to do with PCBs, well, not a whole lot except that my desk was all messy that day so I was using the carpet as a back
The world’s oceans are absorbing less carbon dioxide (CO2), a Yale geophysicist has found after pooling data taken over the past 50 years. With the oceans currently absorbing over 40 percent of the CO2 emitted by human activity, this could quicken the pace of climate change,...