Smaller processors allow manufacturers to design devices, computers and phones that are more compact.
Samsung chairman Lee Kun-hee named by South Korean police as a suspect in a $7.5 million tax evasion case
The investigation into tax evasion harks back to the late payment of 130 billion won in tax in 2011 by Samsung.
Samsung promises to return $26 billion to shareholders over the next three years after record third-quarter profit
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd promised to return $26 billion to shareholders over the next three years on the back of the global boom in memory chips.
Sources familiar with the matter confirmed consortium members were still wrangling over details of their agreement.
SanDisk announces world's highest capacity microSD card of 400 GB, can fit 40 hours of Full HD videos
SanDisk has announced the world's highest capacity microSD card with a memory space of 400 GB.
Western Digital Corp’s chief executive is in Tokyo to finalise an agreement to buy Toshiba Corp’s memory chip business, ending months of dispute over the auction, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters on 28 August.
Toshiba Corp said it resumed blocking access by Western Digital Corp to data at their memory chip joint venture, intensifying its dispute with the US firm over the Japanese company's planned sale of the chip business.
LG electronics falls short of expected Q2 profit because of continuing struggles of its mobile division
LG estimated that its second-quarter operating profit rose 14 percent from a year ago, but fell short of expectations as the mobile division's struggled.
Toshiba board is being asked seriously consider alternatives, people with direct knowledge of the sale process said - including picking a new buyer.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is likely to forecast its best quarterly profit in nearly three years on Friday, analysts said, with robust memory chip sales easing the pain of the costly failure of a flagship smartphone.
Japan's Toshiba Corp said on Wednesday it expects to post a bigger first-half profit than previously forecast as memory chip prices have climbed on rising demand for smartphones.
Samsung Electronics, the world's No.1 memory chip maker, said it started mass production at a new $10 billion chip line, as it seeks to raise its share in the booming flash memory chip market fuelled by robust demand growth in mobile products.