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Excelsys Technologies announces the addition of IMCA Electronics to its global distributor network.
PCB equipment manufacturer Rainbow Technology Systems (RTS) has announced a number of developments to strengthen its presence in the Asian electronics sector.
Incap has sold its plant property located in Vuokatti, Finland, to Vuokatti Superpark Oy, who is at present renting the premises and operating there an all-year activity park under the Angry Birds brand.
In March 2013, KUKA received a blanket order from Siemens Healthcare for medical robots to be delivered between 2013 and 2015.
Our teardown artists kept the midnight oil a’burning to take apart the AirPort Extreme—Apple’s first ever 802.11ac wireless base station.
NXP, Inside Secure, and STMicroelectronics were judged to be the top rated vendors of NFC ICs in ABI Research’s Competitive Assessment.
Flextronics has opened a new factory in Chengdu, China. The facility will focus on building specific high-precision tools for plastic moldings.
Darfon America Corporation, manufacturer of solar products, announced Krannich Solar as a new distribution partner.
Dag Songedal has agreed to take on the position as interim CEO until permanent CEO is hired
Despite all the legal issues surrounding Samsung and Apple, it seems as if the company can not get do without each other, as Samsung is said to be supplying Apple with screens for its next gen iPad and iPad Mini.
Infineon Technologies AG has settled its patent infringement claim against Atmel Corporation, and both Infineon and Atmel have agreed to seek dismissal of all pending patent infringement claims.
Surging smartphone shipments coupled with sluggish notebook computer sales are forecast to propel the total communications IC market past the total computer IC market for the first time in history this year, according to IC Insights.
With the beginning of this summer, we will not see any Nokia Symbian smartphones being sold. Demand has steadily decreased in recent months.
Remember Apple's comment that they wanted to become more American, and also the promise to move back some production to the US, more specific a Mac product?
Zytronic has completed phase one of an investment programme. Capital expenditure for this first phase exceeded GBP 1m on plant and equipment at the company’s Blaydon, UK headquarters.
Plexus has opened its new production facility in Oradea (Romania), the 27'000 sqm facility represents a EUR 23 million investment.
There are some big executive changes taking place at Teledyne Technologies at the moment - several executive promotions have been announced that will be effective July 1, 2013.
During E3, Microsoft briefly announced a redesigned version of the Xbox 360. The brand new(ish) Xbox 360 E is designed to resemble the much-anticipated Xbox One.
ZEISS, announces the planned acquisition of the US-based Xradia. Xradia is an medium-size company providing innovative 3D X-ray microscopes for industrial and academic research applications.
A new restructuring plan at IBM will result in worldwide layoffs of between 6'000 – 8'000 employees.