Graphics card manufacturer NVIDIA is said to be in talks with Taiwanese chipmaker VIA Technologies to buy a significant amount of shares after VIA recently put 300 million new shares, ranging from US$0.27 to US$0.35 per share, according to website Digitimes.
While nothing has not been said yet, a possible announcement for the candidates to purchase the shares will be named in a June 19th shareholders meeting.
However, according to Engadget, the website has really got a bad track record when it comes to rumours – but the companies have worked together before. Plus, with NVIDIA fighting with Intel, and VIA being a competitor to Intel – NVIDIA might have a motive in purchasing the shares.
But, we will see if this turns out to be true.
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