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Dec 19, 2017
Logic Densities Advance at IEDM 2017
The 63rd International Electron Devices Meeting brought an optimistic slant to transistor density scaling. While some critics have declared the ...
Semiconductor Manufacturing & Desgin
Dec 19, 2017
Adding a Bit of Artificiality Makes Graphene Real for Electronics
In the last few years, a new form of graphene has garnered increasing interest. Dubbed "artificial graphene," this latest addition ...
IEEE Spectrum
Dec 19, 2017
Get Ready For 5G
The 5G wireless rollout, expected to occur over the next few years, will have a major impact on both the ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Dec 19, 2017
Toward Self-Driving Cars
The automotive market for semiconductors is shifting into high gear. Right now the average car has about $350 worth of ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Dec 19, 2017
Chipbond seeking to cement China market share, says chairman
Taiwan-based LCD driver IC packaging and testing service provider Chipbond Technology's latest strategic investment deployments in China are mainly designed ...
Digitimes
Dec 19, 2017
Researchers unveil design of silicon quantum computer chip
In a first, a team of Australian and Dutch engineers has created a complete design for a quantum computer chip ...
Digit
Dec 19, 2017
SPIL, KYEC to benefit from Huawei-Dialog tie
Taiwan-based IC backend service firms Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL) and King Yuan Electronics (KYEC) are expected to see their sales ...
Digitimes
Dec 19, 2017
Four Big Trends to Watch at CES 2018
On the hot list for the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show are artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things (again), autonomous cars, ...
EE Times
Dec 19, 2017
MediaTek, ITRI Claim Firsts in 5G Technology
MediaTek and Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) have developed a range of technologies that include what they say is ...
EE Times
Dec 19, 2017
ASE, SPIL reschedule stock swap for October 2018
IC packaging and testing service providers Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) and Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL) have decided to defer the ...
Digitimes