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Synopsys to buy rival Magma for $507 million

November30
All-cash deal for publicly held chip design software maker Magma Design Innovations is a 28 percent premium over its previous closing price.
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Hands on with the Asus Transformer Prime

November30
CNET gets down and dirty with the Asus Transformer Prime and lives to talk about it.
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iPhone more searched than Kardashian on Yahoo in 2011

November30
The Web giant lists the most widely searched terms on its site this year, and Apple's iconic phone beat out tabloid celebrities and natural disasters to claim the top spot.
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Samsung’s 2GHz chip to drive new tablet displays

November30
Samsung's newest chip for tablets is built to drive the high-resolution displays coming on future tablets.
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Micron: Thailand causing demand pick-up for SSDs

November30
Demand for solid-state drives is increasing in the wake of the flooding in Thailand, which has caused a shortage of hard disk drives.
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Zynga to go public at $10 billion valuation, reports say

November30
Game developer expected to go public next month at a value below a recent estimated value of $14 billion.
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AT&T and T-Mobile: Wireless megamerger (roundup)

November30
The No. 2 and No. 4 wireless carriers announce a $39 billion merger deal that would create a company with nearly 130 million subscribers, easily leapfrogging Verizon Wireless for the No. 1 spot.
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Nokia R&D dreams up mind-bending tech

November30
CNET takes a trip to Nokia's U.S. headquarters to get a glimpse at the future of smartphones, as imagined by the Nokia Research Center.
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Freaky-weird mobile search app, Leap2, actually works

November30
It looks like a slot machine has taken over a search app. But it's worth a shot.
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ACLU asks Apple to fix Siri’s birth-control glitch on iPhone

November30
Siri can tell you where to find dope or an escort, or where to bury a body, but not where to find birth control or abortion services.
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