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Samsung is expected to see its lowest quarterly operating profits since Q1 2009 if its guidance figures are correct. If accurate, Samsung will see a 96% drop in operating profits year-over-year.
US semiconductor company Micron will break ground on a new assembly plant in India next month. The project is expected to cost $2.75 billion and should output semiconductors from December 2024.
The Biden administration has said that companies receiving funds from the CHIPS subsidy will be required to pay the government if they do exceedingly well and accrue "excess profits".
Google Chrome 110 is the first version of the browser that is expected to hit the new "Early Stable" channel. It contains a lot of new features that will be available for Stable on February 7.
Chrome 109 is the last version of the browser to support Windows 7 and 8.1, has an alternative implementation for third-party cookies, MathML, and a way for developers to monitor CPU utilization.
Huawei has cracked the EUV chip process according to patent filings made by the company in November. Huawei Chairman Eric Xu also declared that the company is now out of crisis mode.
Tech companies are reportedly cutting down on chip manufacturing orders to TSMC due to economic slowdown and lower chip demand worldwide. The trend will continue to be seen until Q1 2023.
Intel is expected to build a new European chip factory in Veneto, Italy, according to two sources with knowledge of the matter. The area is ideal as it has good rail and road links.
Recent plans unveiled by the US government to give $50bn to the local semiconductor sector includes a restriction on tech companies from building "advanced tech" facilities in China for 10 years.
Intel and Italy are close to a deal that will see a chip manufacturing facility be built in the country. The deal is worth $5 billion and will help Europe reduce its dependence on Asia for chips.
Companies across various sectors that are reliant on semiconductor chips have said the shortages seem to be starting to ease. This was due to increased capacity and lower consumer electronics demand.
Samsung has begun the production of 3 nm chips. They deliver improved performance and power usage compared to 5 nm chips. Samsung is also planning even better second-gen 3 nm hardware.
The United States and European Union will try to avoid a subsidy race as they look to boost chip output. The parties want to avoid manufacturing pooling in a handful of areas, weakening supply chains.
Vodafone has announced plans to develop new chips for Open RAN hardware. It will employ 50 people to develop the new hardware at its new digital skills hub in Málaga, Spain which opened today.
Intel's CEO Pat Gelsinger has ruled out the UK as the site for the firm's European factory. He said the company is considering 70 proposals from 10 countries inside the European Union.
TSMC has said it suffered from a gas contamination leak where it manufactures chips for Apple. It has rectified the issue and shouldn't cause a big impact but it needs to perform follow-up checks.
The industry is currently struggling with a global chip supply crisis but Goldman Sachs' Andrew Tilton believes that things will soon be better as we move into the second half of the year.
Intel's new CEO Pat Gelsinger has warned the world could be facing several years of semiconductor shortages thanks to the shift to working and study from home due to the coronavirus.
China has asked the United States government to stop being unreasonable following the latter's attempts to prevent Huawei buying chips from international firms such as Taiwan's TSMC.
Samsung has announced two new USB Type-C power delivery controllers, the SE8A and MM101, which can support up to 100W-charging. The SE8A is in mass production while the other is being sampled.
Samsung has announced that it has begun the production of its EUV-based 7-nanometer LPP process chips. It brings drastically increased battery life, better performance and improves area efficiency.
Intel has unveiled its new line of Broadwell-E processors, designed for gaming and VR. The top-end of this already powerful line packs 10-cores and all the chips are unlocked for overclockers.
On stage at Computex, Intel unveiled ten new processor models, divided equally between mobile and desktop classes. All of the new chips feature Iris graphics and focus on media performance.
Scientists have made a breakthrough in efficiently manufacturing a whole new material that might revolutionize computing and chip manufacturing. Despite the news, the technology is many years away.
According to a new report from South Korea the two companies will once again work together, with Samsung pegged to ship 75% of the chips Apple needs for its next generation of iPhones.
Apple has reportedly been in talks with Intel regarding manufacturing iPhone/iPad chips, amid falling stock prices and reduced shareholder interest for both Silicon Valley companies.
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