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Mar 5, 2018
Global Wearables Market Grows in 2017 as Apple Seizes the Leader Position
The worldwide wearables market continued its upward trajectory in both the fourth quarter and full year 2017 with total shipment ...
IDC
Mar 5, 2018
Intel senior executive impressed about Chinese AI research, development
Intel Vice President of Strategy Innovation and Planning of Programmable Solutions Group Vincent Hu said that he is very much ...
Xinhua.net
Mar 5, 2018
Broadcom return to the U.S. could be complete in mid-May: sources
Singapore-based chipmaker Broadcom Ltd, which is seeking to buy rival Qualcomm Inc, plans to complete its move back to the ...
Reuters
Mar 5, 2018
Infineon Launches Chip Venture With Chinese Car Giant SAIC
German chipmaker Infineon Technologies AG is teaming up with SAIC Motor Corp Ltd., China's largest automaker by sales volume, to ...
Bloomberg Technology
Mar 5, 2018
The Week In Review: Manufacturing
Samsung Electronics has broken ground on a new extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography facility in Hwaseong, South Korea. The new EUV ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Mar 5, 2018
Microchip to Buy Microsemi for $8.35 Billion
Microchip Technology plans to acquire Microsemi Corp. for about $8.35 billion in cash under the terms of a definitive agreement ...
EE Times
Mar 5, 2018
Getting EUV Ready for 2020
Extreme-ultraviolet lithography looks ready for its debut later this year, making it easier to build huge numbers of chips with ...
IEEE Spectrum
Mar 5, 2018
Intel looks to furnish flash memory to Chinese storage provider
Intel intends to expand its partnership with Beijing-backed Tsinghua Unigroup by providing NAND flash memory chips as soon as this ...
Nikkei Asian Review
Mar 5, 2018
China Is Raising Up to $31.5 Billion to Fuel Chip Vision
China's government aims to raise as much as $31.5 billion to invest in homegrown chip companies and accelerate its ambition ...
Bloomberg Technology
Mar 5, 2018
Cypress Sees a Future for FRAM
Does ever-emerging Ferroelectric Random Access Memory(FRAM) have a role in autonomous vehicles? Cypress Semiconductor thinks so. At the Embedded World ...
EE Times