Google spends more on research than other IT companies

Google spends more on research than other IT companies

Google spends more on research than other IT companies
On-site in Silicon valley for many years, developed cutting-edge technology from various companies. So, Google, which became part of Alphabet, has been developing Autonomous vehicles, robots, like animals, and new technology of laser surgery; Facebook creates drones, giving Internet and Microsoft continues to work on the glasses of virtual reality, projecting holograms, and shows excellent results in the development of software for translation, reports igate.com.ua with reference to Bloomberg.
Bloomberg decided to count how many large corporations in California to spend funds on research and development of new products.

Laptop manufacturers require reduction of prices on processors

Laptop manufacturers require reduction of prices on processors

Laptop manufacturers require reduction of prices on processors
Taiwanese manufacturers of notebook computers require suppliers of CPUs for lower prices, so in 2016 to reduce their own costs in all the deteriorating market conditions. Laptop manufacturers require reduction of prices on processors Reported, inter alia, that the company Quanta Computer, and Wistron, Compal Electronics and Inventec are going to get the chipset manufacturers significant discounts, including and other equipment in addition to processors. However, the latter are in no hurry to agree to such demands. Moreover, many manufacturers CPU simply switches to other markets because of lower demand for laptops. Reductions in the cost of computers for laptop computers is quite legitimate, as their profit in the third quarter of 2015 amounted to only 4-5%, which puts into question the profitability of this business. We are talking primarily about contract companies that are recently experiencing hard times. Some, such as Pegatron Technology has decided to shift to other markets. This producer has released several mobile devices, which increased its profit in the third quarter to 6.7%.
Laptop manufacturers require reduction of prices on processors