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Dec 6, 2017
2D Materials Push Paper Electronics Towards the Internet of Things
Paper-based electronics have primarily been limited to use in printed organic electronics. While this is promising for commodity applications such ...
IEEE Spectrum
Dec 6, 2017
IBM Power 9 Servers Target AI
IBM announced its first Linux servers to use its Power 9 processors, targeting businesses that want to accelerate machine learning ...
EE Times
Dec 6, 2017
iPhone market share slips in October-quarter
The unavailability of the iPhone X during the three months ended October pulled down the market share for Apple's iPhones ...
Reuters
Dec 6, 2017
Chinese investor increases stake in Dialog Semi to over 7%
China's top state silicon chipmaker has indirectly raised its stake in Dialog Semiconductor, whose share price has plummeted on signs ...
Reuters
Dec 6, 2017
Manufacturing Bits: Dec. 5
At the IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) this week, GlobalFoundries and Intel will square off and present papers on ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Dec 6, 2017
Backend IC service provider Sigurd sees bright prospect in 2018
Taiwan-based IC packaging and testing house Sigurd Microelectronics is expected to enjoy strong revenue performance in 2018 due to more ...
Digitimes
Dec 6, 2017
Google's Hinton says AI poses new challenges to regulators
Expansion of artificial intelligence in financial services, healthcare, transportation and other fields poses new challenges to governments charged with regulating ...
Reuters
Dec 6, 2017
Broadcom Starts Hostile Bid for Qualcomm
Broadcom officially started a hostile bid for Qualcomm in a move that one former Broadcom employee described as part of ...
EE Times
Dec 6, 2017
Hybrid Modules Create Next Chip Packaging Revolution
The packaging of the major components of a computer, relatively unchanged for decades, is undergoing a revolution. Having reached the ...
EBN
Dec 5, 2017
Big Challenges, Changes For Debug
Debugging a chip always has been difficult, but the problem is getting worse at 7nm and 5nm. The number of ...
Semiconductor Engineering