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  • U.S. chipmaker Intel has asked for more time to respond to antitrust charges filed by the European Commission, an official at the European Union's executive arm said on Monday.

  • Deutsche Bank held its annual news conference in Frankfurt this morning. Despite taking hits from the credit markets, they are sticking to their 2008 earnings targets because of robust earnings in other business areas, capital gains, and tax benefits.

  • Nvidia is rolling out a graphics microchip that will be embedded in the main collection of components that make up a personal computer, as the company goes toe to toe with Intel in the integrated graphics chip market.

  • With emerging markets gobbling up notebook computers, Morgan Stanley raising its 2007 PC growth forecast 4%, and the major PC makers all up more than 5% in a month –- is the PC back to being a cornerstone of the digital revolution?

  • Intel said on Tuesday it would be able to mass-produce computer processors with features one-third smaller than the current cutting edge within two years.

  • When Europe's second-highest court rules Monday on Microsoft's appeal of its landmark antitrust conviction, more will be at stake for regulators than just the behavior of the world's largest software company.

  • Intel shares slipped Friday, after a Merrill Lynch analyst downgraded the chipmaker's stock to neutral from buy.

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    Shares of Texas Instruments slipped Wednesday after the chip maker did not raise its sales forecast as some investors expected.

  • Shares of virtualization software maker VMware Inc. continued to climb Wednesday after an analyst raised the stock's 12-month target price to $90 from $60.

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    The Dow inched into positive territory during the closing moments of trading Monday, as strength in tech shares outweighed comments from Fed officials that sounded a cautionary tone on the economy. What’s really going on?

  • Intel raises 3Q sales outlook by $200M

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    This is a big day for Advanced Micro Devices with the company releasing its long-delayed Quad-Core Opteron server chip. It's also a big day for CEO Hector Ruiz who tells me...

  • Cramer discusses a bull market that "has nothing to do with the Fed." Also, his picks in the oil and semiconductor sectors.Investing can be confusing. Luckily, Cramer has mapped out some road rules for all you Home Gamers trying to navigate the jungle that is Wall Street. Think of it as "Mad Money 101" –- some fundamental advice to keep in mind as you play the market. Whether you're a first time investor or a seasoned financier, it's always good to remember the basics.

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    Intel raised its third-quarter revenue forecast and said global demand for computing products was stronger than expected, sending its shares up sharply.

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    Advanced Micro Devices  is set to launch its highly publicized new server chip Monday, delivering the biggest jolt to its product lineup in four years.

  • For the Tech Check segment on "Closing Bell" today, a look back and a look ahead at cool technology making headlines. First up, next Monday will be a big day for chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices. The company has rented out a big chunk of George Lucas' facility on San Francisco' Presidio where AMD will unveil its long-awaited, and long delayed server chip code-named Barcelona.

  • Intel on Thursday introduced  high-end processors for computer servers to compete with an upcoming new product from Advanced Micro Devices. Intel said the six new Quad-Core Xeon 7300 series processors can deliver more than twice the performance over its previous-generation dual-core products.

  • Despite the recent market woes, there has been one pocket of relative strength in a turbulent tape: technology. Call it the Teflon rally - as names such as EMC Corp (EMC), Amazon (AMZN), and Cisco (CSCO) trounced the overall markets in the past three months. But will it continue to be the trade come fall?

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    It's been a rough year for Dell, characterized by a particularly rough quarter that saw the company try to put deep financial shenanigans behind it: the pay-out of a $40-million-plus severance package for fired CEO Kevin Rollins, trying to deal with a restructuring that cost the company 8,000 jobs, continued loss of market share to rival Hewlett-Packard and shipment problems that hurt its most recent product introductions.

  • Despite the recent market woes, there has been one pocket of relative strength in a turbulent tape: technology. Call it the Teflon rally - as names such as EMC Corp (EMC), Amazon (AMZN), and Cisco (CSCO) trounced the overall markets in the past three months. But will it continue to be the trade come fall?