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Apple Acquires Flash Part Maker Anobit. Apple Inc.

Apple Acquires Flash Part Maker Anobit

(AAPL) said it acquired Anobit Technologies Ltd., an Israeli company that makes a flash-memory drive part for the iPhone and iPad, confirming a press report from last month. The deal helps Apple secure supplies of a key component for its top-selling devices. Anobit. Anobit Technologies, Ltd.

Anobit

(Hebrew: אנוביט‎) is an Israeli fabless designer of flash memory controllers.[1] Background[edit]

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Taking the iPhone Apart

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Pearltrees makes Web curation a joy with its 'magical' new iPad app

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Steve Jobs: A Look Back: 1998 - At the Cause Conference

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