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Elpida, Rexchip purchases will make Micron second-largest DRAM manufacturer

Micron Technology Inc. on July 2 confirmed it is buying Japan-based Elpida Memory Inc., which is in bankruptcy. Micron also said it will buy a 24 percent stake in Rexchip Electronics Corp. for about $10 billion, from Taiwan-based Powerchip Technology ...

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Micron buying Elpida: report

Micron Technology Inc. will buy Elpida Memory Inc., a Japanese memory chip maker in the midst of bankruptcy, the Nikkei newspaper said in a report that did not identify sources. Nikkei reported Micron will pay 200 billion yen or $2.5 ...

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Landline users not on board with proposed rule change (access required)

A request before the Idaho Public Utilities Commission to change a telephone customer service rule has some rural businesses rankled. In December, CenturyLink, one of the largest landline telephone providers in Idaho, asked the PUC to abolish or waive Telephone ...

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Web remote control company rebranded as Reach-In (access required)

A Boise company deploying technology that lets people control far-away objects through an Internet browser has ditched its old name Apriori Control for Reach-In. Owner Scott Harris said the new name better reflects what the company’s technology can do, and ...

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EMR networks connect health care providers statewide

St. Luke’s Health System is installing a $100 million electronic medical records system that will allow its providers throughout southern Idaho to see the same information for each patient. But if a patient sees a provider outside the St. Luke’s ...

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Micron posts higher loss, but revenues rise

Micron Technology on June 20 reported a net loss of $320 million or 32 cents per diluted share for its fiscal third quarter ended May 31, compared to a loss of $282 million or 29 cents per share in the ...

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Treasure Valley tech company tackles crowd engagement, in a hurry (access required)

The explosion of smartphone use and cloud computing has opened up myriad possibilities for enterprising tech companies, but the fast-paced nature of the technology requires users to keep up. Mindshare Networks, a new Boise company with aspirations to pioneer the ...

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Syringa Networks purchases Syringa Wireless (access required)

Two regional communications companies called Syringa are becoming one. Syringa Networks, an internet and network provider for businesses, acquired Syringa Wireless, a wireless phone and data company in southern and eastern Idaho. Syringa Networks CEO Greg Lowe said the move ...

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Tech company exploits huge electronic records market (access required)

A northern Idaho tech company is looking to take a piece of the largest pot of cash available in the United States: the health care industry. Insticomm, a Coeur d’Alene business, released their software, which works on iPhones and iPads ...

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