Antitrust hurdles overshadow Nvidia-ARM Deal

Antitrust hurdles overshadow Nvidia-ARM Deal

By Christy Gren - Sep 07, 2021

The opposition to the Nvidia-ARM deal comes from a number of countries and speak to the British chip designer’s position in the global semiconductor market.

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FTC launches in-depth investigation into Nvidia's acquisition of ARM

FTC launches in-depth investigation into Nvidia's acquisition of ARM

By Anna Domanska - Feb 14, 2021

Nvidia’s $40 billion acquisition of Arm from SoftBank has led the US Federal Trade Commission to launch an investigation into the deal.   The EU and the UK have already launched

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Nvidia's Arm acquisition faces EU, UK regulatory probe

Nvidia's Arm acquisition faces EU, UK regulatory probe

By Christy Gren - Feb 04, 2021

Nvidia’s $40 billion Arm acquisition has led the EU and the UK to launch a competition investigation into the deal on concerns floated by rival chip makers and users.

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Pat Gelsinger takes over Intel, expected to focus on manufacturing and execution

Pat Gelsinger takes over Intel, expected to focus on manufacturing and execution

By Anna Domanska - Jan 20, 2021

Pat Gelsinger, the ex-chief technology officer of Intel, will be taking over the reins at the chip-making tech company Intel on February 15 from Bob Swan. Pat Gelsinger, 59, was In

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Intel, Nvidia, and Cisco were severely infected during the SolarWinds hack

Intel, Nvidia, and Cisco were severely infected during the SolarWinds hack

By Christy Gren - Dec 22, 2020

The United States government continues to face the aftermath of the recent SolarWinds cyberattack.

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NVIDIA acquires ARM for $40 billion

NVIDIA acquires ARM for $40 billion

By Anna Domanska - Sep 14, 2020

NVIDIA to grab renowned chip designer Arm at a whopping $40 billion deal

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“I’m Thin, I’m In, Touch Me and I’ll Screen!” Tablet paradise at CES 2011

“I’m Thin, I’m In, Touch Me and I’ll Screen!” Tablet paradise at CES 2011

By Aubrey Chang - Jan 18, 2011

The who’s who of electronics, including Hewlett-Packard Co, Microsoft Corp, Dell Inc, Motorola Inc., and Lenovo Group Ltd, among others, showed off their thin, touchscreen, multi

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