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Thursday, December 14, 2006

Atheros Receives Two Leadership Awards From Fabless Semiconductor


Atheros Receives Two Leadership Awards From Fabless Semiconductor
Forbes - including its high performance draft 802.11n- based XSPAN(TM) solutions, the Radio-on-Chip (ROCm(TM)) based mobile/embedded solutions for consumer electronics and handheld products and the PHS/PAS cellular solutions for leading handsets in China

Skilling told to report to prison
San Diego Union-Tribune - The world's top two LCD makers South Korea-based Samsung Electronics Co. and LG.Philips LCD Co. said earlier they had China denies WTO violations China rejected U.S. complaints that it is failing to live up to market-opening commitments on

Almost All of the Revenues Generated by Game Companies in China Comes
Consumer Electronics Net - and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c46963) has announced the addition of An In-depth Look at the China Related Sites: Consumer Electronics Net , Games (CE) , Storage , Web (CE) Related Newsletters: Gadgets Newsletter

AT&T Announces New Internet Data Centers In China, U.S.
PR Newswire - BEDMINSTER, N.J., Dec. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) today announced that it is opening two new Internet data centers in Shanghai, China, and in Oak Brook, Ill., which is located outside Chicago. The centers, the latest additions

Best Buy to open first China store in Shanghai by end-Dec - report
Forbes - BEIJING (XFN-ASIA) - Best Buy , the largest consumer electronics chain store in the US, will open its first China store in Shanghai at the end of December, the official Xinhua News Agency reported. The store will have a total area of 8,000 square

Best Buy 3Q Profit Falls Below Forecast
Los Angeles Times - MINNEAPOLIS -- Discounting took a bite out of Best Buy's third quarter earnings. The nation's largest consumer electronics retailer said Tuesday that fierce competition forced it to sacrifice profit for market share, but all should be well in the

China tightening control of online game contents
Consumer Electronics Net - China is tightening controls on its booming online game industry, requiring distributors to closely monitor game contents Related Sites: Consumer Electronics Net Related Newsletters:

Early signals positive for North American stock markets, oil prices
Saskatoon Star Phoenix - Street futures edged higher as investors looked ahead to data on U.S. retail sales and business inventories, with electronics Chinese telecom stocks, which rose last week on news about new China 3G licences, fell sharply. The Canadian dollar

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