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Nov 28, 2017
Qualcomm Sheds Light on Licensing Policy With 5G Rates
5G technology licensing rates, the same as the firm charged for 4G, offer perspective on Qualcomm's dispute with Apple and ...
EE Times
Nov 28, 2017
Shared self-driving cars could slash demand for U.S. sedans
Ride services using self-driving vehicles could slash by more than half demand for owner-driven sedans in the United States by ...
Reuters
Nov 28, 2017
Xi's Chip Guy
The Herald calls him Xi's 'semiconductor tutor' and he hails from Xi's old alma mater Tsinghua University. His name is ...
Electronics Weekly
Nov 28, 2017
Tsinghua Unigroup secures financial support to facilitate memory chip plant
Tsinghua Unigroup has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Bank of Nanjing to facilitate the kickoff of the construction of ...
Digitimes
Nov 28, 2017
Samsung accidentally confirms its making a Galaxy X--and it's not what you'd expect
Samsung's dream is to beat Apple's iPhone, and that's why the Galaxy S8's development codename was "dream." However, no Galaxy ...
Market Watch
Nov 28, 2017
Time to Look For Low-Cost DRAM Alternatives
DRAM prices are heating up, and there is no easy solution to relieve this high price issue because it does ...
EE Times
Nov 28, 2017
Peeling Away Memory Chips
In the 1980s, during the dawn of what would become a booming tech industry, flash memory made a splash by ...
IEEE Spectrum
Nov 27, 2017
ASE Gets Chinese Approval for SPIL Merger
Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc cleared the final regulatory hurdle to merge with rival Siliconware Precision Industries Co Ltd in a ...
Taipei Times
Nov 27, 2017
Peeling Away Memory Chips
In the 1980s, during the dawn of what would become a booming tech industry, flash memory made a splash by ...
IEEE Spectrum
Nov 27, 2017
Moore's Law can last two more process generations, says MediaTek chair
The Moore's Law that sets the pace of the semiconductor development can last two more generations, as the process technology ...
Digitimes