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EU slaps record fine on Intel

Computer chipmaker Intel has been fined a record EUR1.06 billion by the European Commission for anti-competitive practices, notes the BBC

Intel to buy Wind River Systems

Chip maker Intel plans to buy testing and development software maker Wind River Systems for US$884 million.

Intel targets mobile via Wind River acquisition

Intel’s US$884 million acquisition of embedded software firm Wind River Systems this week is being seen as a strategy by the chip giant to diversify into areas such as smartphones.

Intel pumps more cash into WiMAX

PCWorld reports that Intel’s venture capital arm is investing US$43 million in a Tokyo-based WiMAX operator that plans to launch the world’s fastest WiMAX service in July.

Intel to announce breakthrough deal with Nokia

Intel, the world’s largest chipmaker, will sell processors to Nokia, the world’s biggest mobile phone manufacturer

Intel-Nokia tie will take years to succeed

Intel’s former chief executive and chairman, Craig Barrett, said yesterday it would take “a few years” to see whether Intel’s technology partnership with Nokia succeeds, according to a Reuters report.

Intel reports strong Q2 on mobile chip success

Intel, the world’s largest chipmaker, has reported considerably stronger-than-expected second-quarter results, due in part to strong sales of its Atom chip for netbooks and other mobile computers, reports the Financial Times.

Infineon reports higher sales

Struggling German chipmaker Infineon reported a quarter-on-quarter sales increase today, lifting its shares and adding to improving sector sentiment after strong results from Intel earlier this week.

Intel launches appeal over EUR1B fine

The Financial Times reports that Intel yesterday launched a legal appeal against the record-breaking EUR1.06 billion fine handed down by Europe’s competition authorities.

Mobile chip market to hot up in 2009

eWeek reports that analyst firm In-Stat expects the mobile processor market to see heightened competition in the second half of 2009, as x86 chip makers such as Intel and AMD continue to drive down power consumption and ARM vendors, including Freescale, Texas Instruments and Samsung, grow the performance of their processors by adding more cores.