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May 8, 2018
Toshiba locked in fight for talented chip engineers
Toshiba is struggling to recruit and retain semiconductor engineers as demand for memory chips rises. The Japanese conglomerate plans to ...
Nikkei Asian Review
May 7, 2018
TSMC Introduces WoW Technology
At the TSMC Technology Symposium in Santa Clara, the company discussed their new Wafer-on-Wafer (WOW) silicon wafer stacking technology for ...
ElectroIQ
May 7, 2018
Challenges At The Edge
Edge computing is inching toward the mainstream as the tech industry begins grappling with the fact that far too much ...
Semiconductor Engineering
May 7, 2018
IoT Giving Chipmakers a Lift
Smartphone sales may be dragging, but chipmakers are getting a lift from the long-promised growth of the Internet of Things. ...
EE Times
May 7, 2018
Foxconn mulls 12-inch fab construction
Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) has set up a semiconductor subgroup, which is mulling 12-inch fab construction, industry sources ...
Digitimes
May 7, 2018
Qualcomm to depose Apple services chief Eddy Cue
Qualcomm Inc can depose Apple Inc's services chief Eddy Cue in addition to Chief Executive Tim Cook, a magistrate judge ...
Reuters
May 7, 2018
TI Adds to Lead in Analog IC Market
Texas Instruments expanded its lead in analog IC market share last year with $9.9 billion in analog revenue, more than ...
EE Times
May 7, 2018
Korean chipmakers plan to sue US law firm
Major Korean memory chip suppliers are looking to take legal action against U.S.-based private law firm denying accusations they were ...
The Korea Times
May 7, 2018
Preparing For AI
Suppose an autonomous car is coming up an on-ramp onto a bridge. The ramp is fine, but the bridge is ...
Semiconductor Engineering
May 7, 2018
The Week In Review: Manufacturing
Consumers recently filed a class-action suit against the three DRAM makers, alleging that they illegally agreed to raise prices for ...
Semiconductor Engineering