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Micron unswayed by Samsung-Rambus settlement   (access required)

The ongoing legal saga between memory chip designer Rambus and semiconductor makers Micron Technology, Hynix Semiconductor and Samsung Electronics took a new turn on Jan. 19, when Rambus announced it had reached an agreement with Samsung to settle all claims ...

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Idaho Business Expo set

The 19th annual Idaho Business & Technology Expo is planned in Boise. The Idaho Business League owns and presents the event, also known as BizTech. Programs are scheduled from noon to 5 p.m. Jan. 27 and from 10 a.m. to ...

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Micron J.V. moves company into the solar business (access required)

Micron Technology took a big step toward entering the renewable energy industry on Jan. 14, with the announcement that it has entered into a joint venture agreement with Australian firm Origin Energy Limited to develop solar photovoltaic technology. Mark Durcan, ...

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Stimulus grant supports former Micron workers (access required)

Workers laid off by Boise-based memory chip maker Micron Technology may be in line for some assistance from a nearly $2.4 million federal stimulus grant. Announced on Jan. 5, the grant was awarded to the Idaho Department of Labor to ...

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Are your company’s computers ready for business in 2010? (access required)

Businesspeople in the Treasure Valley, as well as IT experts and repair personnel, were asked various questions via e-mail throughout the past few weeks relating to computer repairs and IT budgets. Businesses in general were asked: 1) Is your company ...

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Nampa launches free downtown WiFi

By Zach Hagadone Nampa Mayor Tom Dale officially kicked off the city’s free downtown WiFi hot spot on Dec. 9, surfing the Web on a laptop computer at Honker’s Café, 1210 2nd St. S. The new service, which provides free ...

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