Implantable computer chips being developed for brain injuries

British chip design firm ARM Holdings said it is coordinating with U.S. researchers to help develop computer chips that can be implanted in a person’s brain, aiding with brain and spinal injuries.

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China tightens grip on internet media, reports say

Major online companies in China such as Sina and Tencent Holdings have been ordered to stop original news reporting as the country’s media crackdown continues.

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Softbank Strong-ARMs Its Way Into Internet of Things


Softbank Group has agreed to buy British semiconductor maker ARM Holdings for about $31.4 billion in cash, the companies announced Monday. Softbank agreed to pay a hefty premium for ARM, with a price of about $67.28 per ARM share, which is a 42.9 percent premium over the $47.08 closing price as of Friday, the last business day before the deal was announced. The surprise move will help Softbank gain a solid foothold in the Internet of Things, considered the next major wave of development in the enterprise computing business.

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Japan’s SoftBank offers ARM a $32 billion buyout

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SoftBank announced this morning that its made a $32 billion bid for ARM Holdings. The acquisition could mean huge opportunities for the Cambridge, UK company, but there are potential risks as well.

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Air Cargo Deal Gives Amazon More Control Over Deliveries


Amazon has entered a 10-year lease agreement with Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, the aircraft company announced last week. Under the agreement, Amazon has the right to buy up to 30 percent of Atlas Air. Amazon will lease a fleet of 20 Boeing 767-300 converted freighters — including crew, maintenance and insurance — for seven years, with extensions to 10 years. Amazon also will dry lease from Atlas Air’s Titan Aviation unit for 10 years. The dry lease operation calls for Atlas Air to provide the aircraft but no crew.

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Apple, Dubset Media sign deal enabling more mix/remix content on Apple Music

Article Image Apple has reportedly forged a deal with a distributor, Dubset Media Holdings, that will allow Apple Music to host more remixes, mashups, and full-length DJ mixes.

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FCC Fine Hints at End to Exorbitant Convention Center WiFi Fees


The FCC on Tuesday announced that Smart City Holdings had agreed to pay a $750,000 fine to settle allegations that it blocked personal mobile hotspots in several convention centers, forcing exhibitors and attendees to use its services instead, at $80 a day. Blocking FCC-approved WiFi connections is “patently unlawful,” remarked Travis LeBlanc, chief of the FCC’s enforcement bureau. However, the FCC did not find that Smart City violated any laws, and the company did not admit any liability.

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ARM earnings grow 22 percent on royalties from newer smartphones like iPhone 6

Revenue at British chip designer ARM Holdings rose 22 percent to 227.5 million pounds ($339 million) in the first quarter, largely on the back of 64-bit smartphones such as the iPhone 6 and the newly-shipped Samsung Galaxy S6, a report noted on Tuesday.



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