Samsung is negotiating a $1.8 billion contract to supply NAND-based, flash-memory chips to Sony, according to reports. The move follows another multi million dollar Flash Memory deal with Apple late in 2005.
Media tablets and the web are bringing in a whole new way to watch videos, new research has shown. Consumers are spending ever more time viewing digital content on computers and tabs, but also still spending significant time viewing on traditional platforms like TV, new Pwc research has shown.
As PC sales slump and AMD looks to strip share in the PC gaming market, Intel has moved get a seat in the driverless car market with the US$15.3bn acquisition of Mobileye an Israeli company, which develops "autonomous driving" systems.
Samsung has denied industry accusations that the company damaged the competitive capacity of Apple competitors by supplying Apple with extremely cheap NAND Flash Memory for its new iPod Nano MP3 player.