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Apple licenses Dialog power management tech, and hires 300 engineers, to develop more custom iPhone chips

Apple licenses Dialog power management tech, and hires 300 engineers, to develop more custom iPhone chips

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Dialog has been part of the Apple supply chain for some time, but has faced financial uncertainty amidst rumors Apple is developing its own power management chips. In an interesting turn of events this morning, Apple and Dialog announced a new business agreement where Apple will license power management technology from Dialog, in exchange for an upfront $300 million payment and another $300 million in purchase agreements over the next three years.

Microsoft Has Become the Hardware Rival Apple Never Wanted

Microsoft Has Become the Hardware Rival Apple Never Wanted

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Microsoft has become more committed to hardware, and the recent October 2 Surface event showed that the company is very keen on expanding its product portfolio as much as possible.

Apple buys part of chipmaker Dialog for $300 million

Apple buys part of chipmaker Dialog for $300 million

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Apple is buying part of European chipmaker Dialog Semiconductor in an effort to bring more of its silicon design in-house. The deal includes $300 million in cash to license some of Dialog’s power management technologies, acquihire 300 engineers, and take control of some assets. A further $300 million is being committed for products from Dialog over the next three years.

Apple to buy part of supplier Dialog#39;s business in $600 million deal

Apple to buy part of supplier Dialog#39;s business in $600 million deal

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Since the first iPhones a decade ago, Apple has used Dialog power management chips to help its devices manage battery life. Under the deal, Apple is buying patents, a team of about 300 engineers, most of whom already worked on chips for Apple devices, and Dialog offices in Britain, Italy and Germany.

Apple gets critical iPhone technology in $600 million Dialog deal

Apple gets critical iPhone technology in $600 million Dialog deal

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2 hours 7 min ago; SAN FRANCISCO/FRANKFURT - Apple Inc is taking control over the

Dialog Semiconductor signs $600 million licensing deal with Apple

Dialog Semiconductor signs $600 million licensing deal with Apple

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Dialog Semiconductor has struck a $600 million deal with Apple to license its power management technologies and transfer some of its assets and 300 R&D staff to the U.S. technology firm.

Apple to Donate to Hurricane Michael Relief Efforts

Apple to Donate to Hurricane Michael Relief Efforts

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Apple CEO Tim Cook tonight announced that Apple will be donating to recovery and relief efforts for those in the Gulf Coast region who are located in the path of Hurricane Michael.

Apple will donate to Hurricane Michael recovery and relief efforts

Apple will donate to Hurricane Michael recovery and relief efforts

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Apple will donate to relief efforts for Hurricane Michael, the most powerful hurricane ever to hit north-west Florida. According to emergency services, the storm left around 500,000 people without electricity in Florida, Alabama and Georgia. Tim Cook made note of Apple’s decision in a series of tweets sent out late Wednesday, in which he said

Apple has struck a $600 million deal with chip supplier Dialog after poaching a bunch of its staff

Apple has struck a $600 million deal with chip supplier Dialog after poaching a bunch of its staff

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Apple is to pay $US600 million to buy parts of its chip supplier Dialog Semiconductor. The deal includes patents, a team of 300 engineers, and Dialog offices in the UK, Italy, and Germany.

Dialog Semiconductor signs $600 mln licensing deal with Apple

Dialog Semiconductor signs $600 mln licensing deal with Apple

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Dialog Semiconductor has struck a $600 million deal with Apple to license its power management technologies and transfer some of its assets and 300 R&D staff to the U.S. technology firm.

Apple, Amazon staff asked for briefings on China hacking attack: US senator

Apple, Amazon staff asked for briefings on China hacking attack: US senator

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Chinese government reported having implanted malicious hardware into server motherboards.

Apple streaming-TV service to be free for device users: report

Apple streaming-TV service to be free for device users: report

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Apple Inc. will let users of its devices watch its yet-to-be-launched streaming video service for free, according to a report by CNBC on Wednesday. Users of Apple iPhones, iPads and Apple TV will find the "TV" service pre-installed, CNBC said, citing unnamed sources. The service will include original content and third-party channels that customers can subscribe to, such as HBO and Starz

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