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Applied Materials (AMAT), the nation’s biggest maker of semiconductor-fabrication equipment, has one of the richest dividend yields among major technology companies., including Microsoft (MSFT), Intel (INTC), Hewlett-Packard (HPQ), Oracle (ORCL) and Apple (AAPL), which later this summer begins paying a quarterly dividend. INTC Dividend Yield data by YCharts Since initiating a dividend in 2005, Applied [...]
Code named as Claremont, the solar powered processor by Intel will be showcased at the International Solid State Conference in San Francisco by the end of this month. Also known as the near threshold voltage (NTV) CPU, its main highlight is that it can operate even at extremely low voltage levels. The NTV CPU is [...]
Intel Corp. (NASDAQ:INTC) and International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) have agreed to invest around $4.4 billion in a new nanotechnology venture. The two companies will jointly develop the nanotechnology venture set to be installed in New York. The announcement was made in Monday by the Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo. The state of New [...]
MiaSolé, a CIGS thin-film solar manufacturer that is not Solyndra, has just had a management adjustment. We have learned from several dependable sources, in and out of the company, that the Intel influence in the company is to become even more prominent. Joseph Laia will retain his CEO title for the time being, abeit in [...]
Shares of computer technology developer Intel Corporation (Nasdaq: INTC) rose 2% Thursday after chief technology officer Justin Rattner unveiled the company’s latest technologies at the Intel Developer Forum. Included in the company’s list of new developments were the Near-Threshold Voltage Processor and the Hybrid Memory Cube. Intel claims that both technologies will consume significantly less [...]
The Intel Developer Forum that kicked off yesterday in San Francisco and folds tomorrow is a major event for developers and IT companies to find out about the latest Intel innovations. Keynote presentations are the hottest tickets at IDF, especially the one made by President and CEO Paul S. Otellini, who’s been with the company [...]
Intel makes fantastic microprocessors. It just stinks at almost everything else. The latest example of the Intel curse comes with problems SpectraWatt, a solar cell company spun out of Intel in 2008. The Associated Pressreports that the company will lay off around 100 employees and close a manufacturing plant in suburban New York. The company [...]
Incorporating business with environmental protection, Intel Israelinaugurated its most environmentally friendly office building. Alsocertified as Israel’s first LEED-certified green building and awardedGold – the second-highest rating in the LEED certification system, the11 storey structure dubbed as IDC9 is a $10 million facility. Theoutstanding green design addresses four main areas of energy, watersavings, land and various [...]
Earlier, I noted that Intel’s stock looked ominous given so many stocks were making bullish post-earnings reversals. On Friday, Intel (INTC) finally gave up the rest of its impressivepost-earnings gains. On a day in which the market staged a relativelyimpressive comeback from initial selling (the NASDAQ closed marginallyUP), INTC closed on its lows with a [...]
Intel (INTC) will unfurl some more informationon March 23 on all of its efforts in the energy world. We’vecovered quite a number of the company’s efforts in the past. The basicstrategy is the same one Intel has used in other markets: it wants topromote new applications and then sell chips to run those applications. (In [...]
Intel Corp. today announced plans to install solar photovoltaic (PV)installations at eight U.S. locations in Arizona, California, NewMexico and Oregon. The computer chip maker also announced it willincrease the amount of clean power it purchases in the form ofrenewable energy credits (RECs) to more than 1.4 billion kilowatt hours— an amount equal to over half [...]
Intel (INTC) tops a list of the top 50 buyers of green power released by the Environmental Protection Agency, but government agencies dominate most of the list. Intelbought 1.3 billion kilowatt hours of renewable power during the firstquarter, according to the EPA. The definition of renewable powercombines onsite power, power obtained through renewable energycertificates and [...]
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