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Aug 01, 2019
Challenges abound, the hardware startup ecosystem in India is coming together: IntelWith its Intel India Maker Lab, Intel wants to give the startup community a space to tinker around with hardware.
Nov 23, 2018
Samsung to compensate factory workers who suffered from work-related illnessesVictims have been claiming that Samsung should come up with measures to prevent further outbreaks.
Oct 11, 2018
Apple acquires critical iPhone tech in a $600 mn deal with Dialog SemiconductorThe acquisition from the chip designer is not only unusual but of the largest of its kind by Apple.
Sep 03, 2018
MediaTek says nearly one in three smartphones are powered by its chipsetsMediaTek also is committed to deliver the latest technologies across a range of products.
Aug 04, 2018
Chipmaker TSMC's tools affected by a virus, says problem has now been containedCompany says while certain fab tools returned to normal in hours, some were fixed soon after that.
Jul 20, 2018
Chipmaker TSMC cuts annual revenue again as cryptocurrency demand decreasesTSMC trimmed its annual revenue on bleak demand from smartphone and cryptocurrency mining industries.
Jul 06, 2018
Apple will no longer use Intel as a radio chip supplier for its 2020 iPhones: ReportApple could also be planning to tap the chip supplier, MediaTek, for its 5G chips.
Jun 18, 2018
Apple faces potential ban on import of certain iPhones as battle with Qualcomm heats upIf the ITC judge decides to ban some iPhone imports, Qualcomm could use that to try to persuade Apple to settle or drop several of the other patent cases.
Jan 31, 2018
Intel’s 25-year reign comes to an end as Samsung takes of over as king chipmakerIntel posted record revenue growth in 2017, earning a whopping $63 bn in 2017. Samsung Electronic Co.’s $69 bn, however, eclipses that by a fair margin.
Jan 12, 2018
Intel says new security patches for flaws in its chips could cause older computers to reboot more oftenIntel was asking some of its cloud customers to hold off installing patches that address new security flaws that affect nearly all of its processors.