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Govt notifies schemes with Rs 48,000-cr incentive to boost electronics production; move may generate 20 lakh jobs by 2025
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Govt notifies schemes with Rs 48,000-cr incentive to boost electronics production; move may generate 20 lakh jobs by 2025

The SPECS notified for manufacturing of electronics components and semiconductors has a budget outlay of Rs 3,285 crore spread over a period of eight years.

Samsung's operating profit for the last quarter falls by nearly 56 percent after poor chip sales
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Samsung's operating profit for the last quarter falls by nearly 56 percent after poor chip sales

Samsung is the world’s biggest maker of semiconductors and smartphones, but it has struggled with falling prices.

Japan restricts export of high-tech materials used in smartphone displays to Korea
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Japan restricts export of high-tech materials used in smartphone displays to Korea

The materials to be restricted includes fluorinated polyimide which is used in smartphone displays.

Samsung meets Q3 2018 forecast expectations thanks to sales of semiconductors
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Samsung meets Q3 2018 forecast expectations thanks to sales of semiconductors

Samsung flagged a 27 percent cut in capital expenditure to 31.8 trillion won in 2018.

Trump's threat to block Chinese investment could hit US innovation in tech
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Trump's threat to block Chinese investment could hit US innovation in tech

Chinese companies in the past five years have funded at least 80 US transportation startups.

New technology may help scale up memory storage capacity
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New technology may help scale up memory storage capacity

The team has designed a memory device which is made up of silver, titanium dioxide and fluorine doped Tin oxide (FTO).

Samsung chairman Lee Kun-hee named by South Korean police as a suspect in a $7.5 million tax evasion case
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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.

Globally semiconductor sales expected to rise in 2018 says financial service company IHS Markit
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Globally semiconductor sales expected to rise in 2018 says financial service company IHS Markit

The demand for DRAM could hit $84.4 billion, a gain of 16.9 percent from 2017, it said.

Samsung announces Roh Hee-chan as the new CFO; to oversee its $68 billion corporate cash pile
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Samsung announces Roh Hee-chan as the new CFO; to oversee its $68 billion corporate cash pile

The shake-up is likely to ease investor concern about a leadership vacuum following the arrest and conviction of Samsung's Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee.

New Solar powered smart windows can save up to 40 percent of the energy cost in buildings
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New Solar powered smart windows can save up to 40 percent of the energy cost in buildings

The new solar-powered version promises to be inexpensive and easy to apply to existing windows.

Samsung is likely to see a 30 percent jump in operating profits in Q1
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Samsung is likely to see a 30 percent jump in operating profits in Q1

Riding on strong sales of semiconductors, Samsung Electronics is likely to report a 30-percent jump in its first-quarter operating profit, market data showed Wednesday.

Strong profits overshadowed by slowing data center growth for Intel
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Strong profits overshadowed by slowing data center growth for Intel

Intel Corp on Wednesday reported slower revenue growth at its data center business, which makes semiconductors used in high-end servers, overshadowing a better-than-expected quarterly profit.

India dials back chip ambitions as investors spurn plant funding
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India dials back chip ambitions as investors spurn plant funding

India's ambitious plan to be a major player in semiconductors, taking on the Chinese, has proved to be a little too ambitious.

Samsung flags 15 percent increase in Q4 operating profit
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Samsung flags 15 percent increase in Q4 operating profit

Samsung Electronics on Friday flagged a 15 percent increase in 2015 Q4 operating profit, rounding off a year in which the world's largest smartphone producer struggled with fierce competition from arch-rival Apple and cut-price Chinese competitors.

Apple factor: Samsung stares at lowest quarterly profit in three years
International

Apple factor: Samsung stares at lowest quarterly profit in three years

With growth momentum in smartphones sagging, Samsung is moving to step up its presence in the semiconductor business.

How Samsung is trying to curb its dependence on Galaxy smartphones
Tech

How Samsung is trying to curb its dependence on Galaxy smartphones

In smartphones, Samsung is also facing a similar challenge to Apple in that consumers are increasingly buying its older less expensive models rather than the latest version.

How Samsung is trying to curb its dependence on Galaxy smartphones
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How Samsung is trying to curb its dependence on Galaxy smartphones

In smartphones, Samsung is also facing a similar challenge to Apple in that consumers are increasingly buying its older less expensive models rather than the latest version.

Did Edison see it coming? Renewable energy may be his revenge
Tech

Did Edison see it coming? Renewable energy may be his revenge

In the war between Edison's DC and Tesla's AC for the first electric distribution system, it was Tesla's system that won. Today, DC is becoming a promising money-spinner in renewable or high-security energy projects.

Sandia Labs Develops Revolutionary Heatsink for Microelectronics
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Sandia Labs Develops Revolutionary Heatsink for Microelectronics

The traditional heatsink fan design is one where a fan rotates at a high speed, while placed above a metal heatsink that’s usually made of alumunium or copper.

Datamatics Acquires Vista Infosystems
Biztech

Datamatics Acquires Vista Infosystems

Datamatics' acquisition of Vista Infosystems re-inforces better focus on Engineering & Embedded Systems space