Semiconductor Chip

'Semiconductor Chip' - 577 News Result(s)

  • Chip Shortage, Energy, China-Taiwan: 5 Global Flashpoints To Watch Out For
    World News | Saleha Mohsin, Philip Aldrick and Daniel Flatley, Bloomberg | Monday January 16, 2023
    A new age of great-power rivalry is redrawing the map of the world economy and forcing business chiefs to navigate around a growing number of global flashpoints.
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  • South Korea Proposes Stronger Incentives, Bigger Tax Breaks to Boost Critical Chip Sector
    Sohee Kim, Bloomberg | Tuesday January 3, 2023
    South Korea plans to introduce bigger tax breaks for chip manufacturers in the country, a month after a law allowing for new incentives was passed. The country has been caught between the US and China in an escalating fight over critical semiconductors, which are used in a wide range of electronic devices from smartphones to missiles.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • TSMC Starts 3nm Chip Mass Production, Says Chip Offer More Power While Using Less Battery
    Agence France-Presse | Thursday December 29, 2022
    Taiwanese tech giant TSMC said Thursday it had started mass production of its 3-nanometre chips, among the most advanced to come to market. Its 3nm-process chips are expected to have more processing power while using less power, boosting battery performance.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • US To Place Over 30 Chinese Firms On Trade Blacklist: Report
    Business | Reuters | Wednesday December 14, 2022
    Once a company is added to the entity list, its U.S. suppliers must seek a special license to ship even low-tech items to it.
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  • Tata Group's Big Leap In The Semiconductor Industry
    Business | Equitymaster | Wednesday December 14, 2022
    After becoming a dominant force in the electric vehicle space, Tata group is all set to take over the semiconductor industry.
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  • TSMC Set to Expand US Semiconductor Plant in Arizona, Plans to Build a Second Facility in by 2026
    Agence France-Presse | Tuesday December 6, 2022
    TSMC is set to expand its massive semiconductor plant in Arizona on Tuesday, and the Taiwanese chipmaker will unveil plans to build a second facility in Phoenix by 2026, according to the White House. The company's existing facility will start reducing the size of its current 5nm chips to 4nm.
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  • iPhone Supplier Foxconn Appoints Former TSMC, SMIC Executive as Semiconductor Strategy Officer
    Reuters | Wednesday November 23, 2022
    Apple supplier Foxconn on Tuesday said that it had hired Chiang Shang-yi, who previously worked at Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC and Chinese chipmaker SMIC, as its semiconductor strategy officer. Foxconn has been expanding into semiconductors to diversify its business in recent years.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Smartwatches Could Help Detect Emerging Health Problems Using AI, Skin-Like Electronics, Study Shows
    ANI | Monday November 21, 2022
    Researchers are developing skin-like electronics that could work with artificial intelligence (AI) to potentially detect problems such as heart disease, cancer or multiple sclerosis before obvious symptoms appear. They have developed a skin-like neuromorphic "chip" that consists of a thin film of a plastic semiconductor combined with stretchable go...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • US Senators Lobbying for Ban on Government Deals With Chinese Chipmakers: Report
    Reuters | Friday November 18, 2022
    US Senators are reportedly lobbying to block the US government from making deals with Chinese semiconductor manufacturers, via the inclusion of an amendment which blocks federal access to chips and services from China into the final version of this year's National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The move comes a month after the US published a swe...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Micron to Reduce Memory Chip Supply in 2023 to Clear Excess Inventory Amid Slump in Demand
    Reuters | Thursday November 17, 2022
    Micron will reduce memory chip supply and make additional cuts to its capex plan, the company said on Wednesday. The semiconductor manufacturer is currently struggling to sell excess inventory. Micron said it is reducing the initial process in semiconductor production for DRAM and NAND by about 20 percent compared with the fourth quarter that ended...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Taiwan Proposes Bigger Tax Breaks for Chipmakers' Research, Development to Retain Competitive Edge
    Reuters | Thursday November 17, 2022
    Taiwan's government has proposed larger tax breaks for chipmakers' research and development into semiconductor technology, as the island nation looks to retain its competitive edge. Governments around the world have been touting incentives to bring chip production onshore, in the wake of a global chip shortage.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Micron Begins Mass Production of Advanced DRAM Memory Chip in Japan
    Reuters | Wednesday November 16, 2022
    Micron on Wednesday began mass production of its new high-capacity low-power 1-beta dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips at its new plant in Japan. Located at Hiroshima, the facility will product Micron's latest memory chip that can store a third more data than older chips, as the company tries to revive and modernise its once-mighty chip indu...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Intel Hit With $949 Million Verdict in US Trial Over Violation of VLSI Computer Chip Patent
    Reuters | Wednesday November 16, 2022
    Intel on Tuesday was directed to pay VLSI Technology $949.8 million (roughly Rs. 7,800 crore) for violating a patent for computer chips held by VLSI. Last March the company won a nearly $2.2 billion (roughly Rs. 18,000 crore) verdict from Intel in a separate Texas trial over different chip patents, which Intel has appealed. VLSI lost another relate...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Apple Preparing to Source Chips From US Plant, Plans Expansion in Chip Supply From Europe: Report
    Reuters | Wednesday November 16, 2022
    Apple is reportedly working to begin sourcing chips for its devices from a US plant, likely referring to an Arizona factory that will be run by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC), the world's largest contract chipmaker and a major supplier to the firm. TSMC last year announced plans to begin production of chips at its upcoming US plant in 2...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Berkshire Hathaway Purchases $4.1 Billion in TSMC in Rare, Significant Foray Into Tech Sector
    Reuters | Tuesday November 15, 2022
    Berkshire Hathaway, billionaire Warren Buffet's conglomerate, has bought more than $4.1 billion (roughly Rs. 33,212 crore) of stock in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC), the firm announced on Tuesday. The conglomerate now owns about 60.1 million American depositary shares of TSMC, but the filing did not specify whether Buffett or his portfo...
    www.gadgets360.com

'Semiconductor Chip' - 577 News Result(s)

  • Chip Shortage, Energy, China-Taiwan: 5 Global Flashpoints To Watch Out For
    World News | Saleha Mohsin, Philip Aldrick and Daniel Flatley, Bloomberg | Monday January 16, 2023
    A new age of great-power rivalry is redrawing the map of the world economy and forcing business chiefs to navigate around a growing number of global flashpoints.
    www.ndtv.com
  • South Korea Proposes Stronger Incentives, Bigger Tax Breaks to Boost Critical Chip Sector
    Sohee Kim, Bloomberg | Tuesday January 3, 2023
    South Korea plans to introduce bigger tax breaks for chip manufacturers in the country, a month after a law allowing for new incentives was passed. The country has been caught between the US and China in an escalating fight over critical semiconductors, which are used in a wide range of electronic devices from smartphones to missiles.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • TSMC Starts 3nm Chip Mass Production, Says Chip Offer More Power While Using Less Battery
    Agence France-Presse | Thursday December 29, 2022
    Taiwanese tech giant TSMC said Thursday it had started mass production of its 3-nanometre chips, among the most advanced to come to market. Its 3nm-process chips are expected to have more processing power while using less power, boosting battery performance.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • US To Place Over 30 Chinese Firms On Trade Blacklist: Report
    Business | Reuters | Wednesday December 14, 2022
    Once a company is added to the entity list, its U.S. suppliers must seek a special license to ship even low-tech items to it.
    www.ndtv.com/business
  • Tata Group's Big Leap In The Semiconductor Industry
    Business | Equitymaster | Wednesday December 14, 2022
    After becoming a dominant force in the electric vehicle space, Tata group is all set to take over the semiconductor industry.
    www.ndtv.com/business
  • TSMC Set to Expand US Semiconductor Plant in Arizona, Plans to Build a Second Facility in by 2026
    Agence France-Presse | Tuesday December 6, 2022
    TSMC is set to expand its massive semiconductor plant in Arizona on Tuesday, and the Taiwanese chipmaker will unveil plans to build a second facility in Phoenix by 2026, according to the White House. The company's existing facility will start reducing the size of its current 5nm chips to 4nm.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • iPhone Supplier Foxconn Appoints Former TSMC, SMIC Executive as Semiconductor Strategy Officer
    Reuters | Wednesday November 23, 2022
    Apple supplier Foxconn on Tuesday said that it had hired Chiang Shang-yi, who previously worked at Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC and Chinese chipmaker SMIC, as its semiconductor strategy officer. Foxconn has been expanding into semiconductors to diversify its business in recent years.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Smartwatches Could Help Detect Emerging Health Problems Using AI, Skin-Like Electronics, Study Shows
    ANI | Monday November 21, 2022
    Researchers are developing skin-like electronics that could work with artificial intelligence (AI) to potentially detect problems such as heart disease, cancer or multiple sclerosis before obvious symptoms appear. They have developed a skin-like neuromorphic "chip" that consists of a thin film of a plastic semiconductor combined with stretchable go...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • US Senators Lobbying for Ban on Government Deals With Chinese Chipmakers: Report
    Reuters | Friday November 18, 2022
    US Senators are reportedly lobbying to block the US government from making deals with Chinese semiconductor manufacturers, via the inclusion of an amendment which blocks federal access to chips and services from China into the final version of this year's National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The move comes a month after the US published a swe...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Micron to Reduce Memory Chip Supply in 2023 to Clear Excess Inventory Amid Slump in Demand
    Reuters | Thursday November 17, 2022
    Micron will reduce memory chip supply and make additional cuts to its capex plan, the company said on Wednesday. The semiconductor manufacturer is currently struggling to sell excess inventory. Micron said it is reducing the initial process in semiconductor production for DRAM and NAND by about 20 percent compared with the fourth quarter that ended...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Taiwan Proposes Bigger Tax Breaks for Chipmakers' Research, Development to Retain Competitive Edge
    Reuters | Thursday November 17, 2022
    Taiwan's government has proposed larger tax breaks for chipmakers' research and development into semiconductor technology, as the island nation looks to retain its competitive edge. Governments around the world have been touting incentives to bring chip production onshore, in the wake of a global chip shortage.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Micron Begins Mass Production of Advanced DRAM Memory Chip in Japan
    Reuters | Wednesday November 16, 2022
    Micron on Wednesday began mass production of its new high-capacity low-power 1-beta dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips at its new plant in Japan. Located at Hiroshima, the facility will product Micron's latest memory chip that can store a third more data than older chips, as the company tries to revive and modernise its once-mighty chip indu...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Intel Hit With $949 Million Verdict in US Trial Over Violation of VLSI Computer Chip Patent
    Reuters | Wednesday November 16, 2022
    Intel on Tuesday was directed to pay VLSI Technology $949.8 million (roughly Rs. 7,800 crore) for violating a patent for computer chips held by VLSI. Last March the company won a nearly $2.2 billion (roughly Rs. 18,000 crore) verdict from Intel in a separate Texas trial over different chip patents, which Intel has appealed. VLSI lost another relate...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Apple Preparing to Source Chips From US Plant, Plans Expansion in Chip Supply From Europe: Report
    Reuters | Wednesday November 16, 2022
    Apple is reportedly working to begin sourcing chips for its devices from a US plant, likely referring to an Arizona factory that will be run by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC), the world's largest contract chipmaker and a major supplier to the firm. TSMC last year announced plans to begin production of chips at its upcoming US plant in 2...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Berkshire Hathaway Purchases $4.1 Billion in TSMC in Rare, Significant Foray Into Tech Sector
    Reuters | Tuesday November 15, 2022
    Berkshire Hathaway, billionaire Warren Buffet's conglomerate, has bought more than $4.1 billion (roughly Rs. 33,212 crore) of stock in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC), the firm announced on Tuesday. The conglomerate now owns about 60.1 million American depositary shares of TSMC, but the filing did not specify whether Buffett or his portfo...
    www.gadgets360.com
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