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Dec 5, 2017
Walmart Calls for Sub-$1 IoT Sensor
Chris Enslin wants a sub-$1 sensor for the Internet of Things. For the right product, his company might be willing ...
EE Times
Dec 5, 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
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 5, 2017
Self-driving costs could drop 90% by 2025, Delphi CEO says
Delphi Automotive Plc, which is changing its name to Aptiv Inc, wants to cut the cost of self-driving cars by ...
Reuters
Dec 5, 2017
Chip Stocks Nvidia and Micron Are Tumbling Again
A frantic rotation in the equity market once again sent chipmakers reeling, handing bulls their fifth drop in six days ...
Bloomberg
Dec 5, 2017
Broadcom launches 11-nominee slate for Qualcomm board
Chipmaker Broadcom Ltd made its first formal move toward a hostile bid to take over Qualcomm Inc, laying out a ...
Reuters
Dec 5, 2017
Chipmaker Dialog plunges further on fears Apple could go it alone
Shares in Dialog Semiconductor dropped about 24 percent on Monday after the company acknowledged for the first time that top ...
Reuters
Dec 5, 2017
Good Solutions Create Problems
I am amazed at the array of products available these days -- products that I had no idea existed or ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Dec 5, 2017
Strong early iPhone X adoption positions Apple for market leadership, says IHS Markit
In eight countries, the iPhone X already accounts for over 2% of the iPhone active installed base just three weeks ...
Digitimes
Dec 5, 2017
SMIC announces private placement
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) has announced it has entered into an agreement with investors, including Dtang and the China ...
Digitimes