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Chip manufacturers rise thanks to automobile use


If you own a high-end smartphone or tablet, chances are the latest silicon from Apple, Qualcomm or Nvidia powers them. In the near future, there are also great odds they would be found in your car as well. Nvidia, for example, a computer chip maker that is very bullish about expanding into automobiles, already performs twice better than the Standard & ...
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US: Asian automakers show strong performance in June
Just as the overall pace of the industry managed to stay ahead of predictions and post another positive month, so did the traditional Asian automakers, which managed a strong performance ...
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EU could seriously damage automakers with new CO2 testing
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Europe: carmakers could miss EU emissions targets
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US survey sees GM faring the worst with top suppliers
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