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  1. The logo of Nvidia Corporation is seen during the annual Computex computer exhibition in Taipei

    Nvidia, Mellanox Technologies win EU approval for US$6.8 billion deal

    Semiconductor company Mellanox Technologies has received approval from EU antitrust and Mexico for its proposed acquisition by chipmaker Nvidia ...
  2. The logo of Nvidia Corporation is seen during the annual Computex computer exhibition in Taipei

    Nvidia to win unconditional EU okay for US$6.8 billion Mellanox buy: Sources

    EU antitrust regulators are set to give unconditional approval to U.S. chipmaker Nvidia's US$6.8 billion bid for Mellanox Technologies MLNX.O, ...
  3. The logo of technology company Nvidia is seen at its headquarters in Santa Clara

    Nvidia touts chip deals with China's Alibaba, Baidu and Didi

    Nvidia Corp on Wednesday said it has won a series of deals in which some of China's biggest technology companies are using its chips to make ...
  4. A logo of Mellanox Technologies is seen at their building in Yokneam

    US chipmaker Nvidia offers no concessions to EU to ease through US$6.8 billion Mellanox deal

    U.S. chipmaker Nvidia has not offered any concessions to EU antitrust regulators examining its US$6.8 billion bid for Mellanox Technologies , the ...
  5. NVIDIA graphic cards are shown for sale at a retail computer store in San Marcos, California

    Nvidia profit, revenue beat on gaming chip demand

    Nvidia Corp forecast fourth-quarter revenue below Wall Street estimates on Thursday, hurt by seasonal weakness in demand for its gaming cards ...
  6. Gamers play Minecraft at the Paris Games Week (PGW), a trade fair for video games in Paris

    Microsoft, Nvidia team up for more realistic visuals on Minecraft game

    Microsoft Corp said on Monday it will use chipmaker Nvidia Corp's real-time ray tracing technology to provide the software company's Minecraft ...
  7. Steve Jobs Theater

    Commentary: Apple Park and the trouble with modern workplaces

    It is pointless to build tech campuses like Apple Park and make people hot-desk, says the Financial Times’ John Gapper.