Full-time Stringer, San Francisco Bureau -- covering semiconductors
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Dec 8, 2009
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The CrunchPad lives, and it costs!

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The CrunchPad was one of those things that you either thought “that sounds like a fine idea,” or “why bother?”

It all started a year ago when TechCrunch.com founder Michael Arrington decided he wanted to create a $200 tablet computer to surf the web. While you and I might talk a big game about building a perfect product, Arrington went on to actually get involved in a project and attempt to bring the device from fantasy to reality.

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Dec 4, 2009

Can Nvidia power through fading product line?

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 4 (Reuters) – Graphics microchip maker
Nvidia Corp <NVDA.O> is a company in transition.

The Santa Clara-based company halted development for one of
its largest units in October, raising questions about whether
the unit’s product sales would slowly tail off or sales would
drop off a cliff.

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      "A San Francisco native, I've always had an interest in computers and electronics. I guess it makes sense that I'd eventually find myself covering semiconductors as a full-time stringer for Reuters. It's always been my dream to work for a wire service, and I'm excited to be a part of this fantastic company."
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