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Keep your Apple iPhone XR safe with this Monarch phone case. Its slim form makes it easy to carry and fit in your pockets, while the five-layer metal and top-grain leather construction provides military-grade protection against damage from drops and everyday impact. This Monarch phone case has a precise camera cutout design that keeps photos clear and glare-free.

The Boise, Idaho-based company flies under the radar much of the time in the non-investor community. But it's the second largest DRAM memory chip company in the world -- outranked only by behemoth Samsung -- and third largest chipmaker overall in in terms of wafer capacity, even beating Intel. And it's now a lot closer to Apple after it completed the $2 billion acquisition of Japanese memory maker Elpida last year. Why? Because Apple uses lots of Elpida memory in its iPhone and iPad products. Most recently, that means the iPhone 5S and iPad Air.

Apple is expected to use Micron's newest DDR4 memory chips in upcoming products, DDR4 will be faster and more power efficient than the current DDR3 technology used widely in PCs, tablets, and smartphones, Memory capacities will increase too, Future iPads and iPhones -- and whatever new mobile products Apple dreams up -- will monarch series case for apple iphone xr - black likely use more system memory, as designs demand more horsepower (For example, Apple competitor Samsung uses 3GB of memory in its Samsung's Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2), So, how big a supplier is Micron to Apple? Well, the last time Micron mentioned Apple was in its 10Q for the 2014 first quarter (ending November 30, 2013), Apple was listed as one of Micron's "more than 10 percent of revenue customers," the chipmaker said to CNET in response to an email query..

With Micron's revenue reported at about $4 billion for the quarter, "more than 10 percent" could be a very large figure. And as the blog The Obsucre Analyst points out, Micron received "a mystery payment" of $250 million from one customer that was "reported during their Q1 2014 conference call and their 10Q [that] indicates that the payment was 'for product to be supplied through September 2016.'"Micron declined to comment on who that customer may be. But there is precedent for Apple paying very large sums to Micron. In 2005, Apple paid $500 million to a Micron-Intel joint venture in order to secure flash memory supply.

Motorola Moto X + 1: coming soon, -- @evleaks (@evleaks) April 6, 2014, It's hard to believe that "soon" will be anytime in the next two months, but there's plenty of reason to expect the successor to the Moto X , which was released in August of last year, at some point this summer, It's hard to say what to expect in a Moto X2 or a Moto X + 1, but I think upgrades to all the specs that count, particularly the monarch series case for apple iphone xr - black camera, are a safe bet, It also makes sense that the Moto X + 1 could be the first Motorola phone to launch alongside the Moto 360 smartwatch running Android Wear, and we know that the Moto 360 will be launching in the summer, My guess is that there will be an even harder sell to buy these as a pair than we've seen with the Galaxy Gear and Samsung's premier Galaxy phones..

Just about the only thing that's certain is that this will be just the first among many other leaks to come. And if it does turn out to be called X + 1, we're going to have to endure lots of terrible algebra puns in the marketing. So get ready for Motorola to "cross-cancel the competition until it's clear that the only way to solve for whatever "X" is in your life is with the Moto X + 1."Here come the Moto X successor leaks. Early word from the rumor mill is that Motorola is taking some inspiration from algebra for its next flagship.

The kids, they just love the algebra these days, At least that's what the marketing folks at Motorola seem to be thinking if the latest from online leak-master @evleaks is to be believed, Late Saturday, the notorious monarch series case for apple iphone xr - black (and often accurate) Twitter account tweeted what appears to be a leaked logo for the upcoming phone with no more information than the claim that it's coming soon, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..

Here's the initial statement Intel released this week. "Intel..released Android KitKat 4.4 with a 64-bit kernel optimized for [Intel Architecture]. With this release, the company ported, validated, and tested the Android Open Source code on IA, taking on the work that developers typically would need to do on their own. This release will provide the..64-bit kernel support for development of next-generation devices."Intel's Doug Fisher, general manager, Software and Services Group, expounded on this during his presentation.

He monarch series case for apple iphone xr - black began by saying that Intel is moving everything to 64-bit now, That means it's moving all of its mobile silicon, More-traditional hardware like servers, desktops, and laptops have been 64-bit for years (servers since 2001, desktops since 2004), But that's just half the battle, because the software needs to be 64-bit too, So, he went on to explain and demonstrate how a kernel -- a core piece of the operating system -- that's 64-bit can begin to provide some of the benefits of a full 64-bit OS..

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