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Aug 4, 2021
OSATs in talks with substrate suppliers about 2023 orders
Major OSATs, including ASE Technology and Powertech Technology (PTI), are already engaged in talks with their substrate suppliers about orders ...
Digitimes

Aug 4, 2021
Views from Taiwan (6): China's smartphone industry is reshuffling
Is there any way out for Huawei, which has been cornered by the US government? It used to be able ...
Digitimes

Aug 4, 2021
Google to launch own processor for upcoming Pixel phones
Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google will use processors designed in-house for its Pixel phones launching later this fall, in a shift ...
Reuters

Aug 3, 2021
Google Abandon's Qualcomm to Build Own Processors
Google announced it will build its own smartphone processor, called Google Tensor, that will power its new Pixel 6 and ...
CNBC

Aug 3, 2021
China's semiconductor expansion raises risks of overcapacity, inefficient investment, Moody’s warns
China's semiconductor industry expansion efforts may raise the risks of overcapacity and investment inefficiency, hurting the country's goal to become ...
South China Morning Post

Aug 3, 2021
Chip Shortage: A Summary on Consumer Impact
The global chip shortage rages on, and we've heard a lot about its impact on the automotive industry. So, I ...
3DInCites

Aug 3, 2021
Gas contamination at Tainan fab will not affect chip shipments
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) said that its shipment of chips will not be hampered by the recently discovered contamination ...
Focus Taiwan

Aug 3, 2021
Taiwan's Tech Chief Applies Pandemic Lessons to Innovation
The coming decade will be transformational for the island that currently serves as chip manufacturer to the world. Buffeted by ...
EE Times

Aug 3, 2021
Gartner: Purchasing enterprise PCs during a global chip shortage
Despite worldwide PC shipments totalling 71.6 million units in Q2 2021, compared with this time last year, year-on-year growth has ...
Computer Weekly.com

Aug 3, 2021
Highlights of the day: Apple to adopt more IPD chips
Apple is expected to adopt more integrated passive devices for its new products, boosting businesses at its manufacturing partners TSMC ...
Digitimes

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