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Oct 19, 2021
Get Ready For The Next Generation Of Wearable Tech
Wearables have attracted a lot of attention recently, due to both their successes as well as failures. They bring together ...
Semiconductor Engineering

Oct 19, 2021
Intel CEO sees making own chips as a matter of national security
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is putting the pressure on the U.S. government to help subsidize chip manufacturing, insisting the current ...

Oct 19, 2021
TSMC in Japan: 5 things to know about its chip factory plans
The world's biggest chipmaker is gearing up to build its first-ever chip plant in Japan, a major win for a ...
Nikkei Asia

Oct 19, 2021
SiC Technology Powers the Shift to an All-Electric Future
Wolfspeed, formerly Cree, kicked off its rebranding with a major design win: A supply chain agreement with GM to develop ...
EE Times

Oct 19, 2021
The prospect of Processing In Memory (PIM) in memory systems for AI applications
The global digital transformation, accelerated by COVID-19, is changing the evolution paradigm of memory semiconductor technology. The development of technologies ...
EE Times

Oct 19, 2021
TSMC to build wafer fab in Japan, mass production set to start in 2024
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), the world's largest contract chipmaker, announced that it will build a 12-inch wafer fab in ...
Focus Taiwan

Oct 19, 2021
The challenges of hybrid cloud adoption find answers in HCI
Never before has the need for businesses to make progress along their digital journeys been more pressing--with more options to ...
MIT Technology Review

Oct 19, 2021
Ghost Robotics CEO on Armed Robots for the U.S. Military
The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) conference took place in Washington, D.C. One of the exhibitors was Ghost ...
IEEE Spectrum

Oct 19, 2021
Chips and ships: Philips cuts outlook as supply chain problems grow
Dutch health technology company Philips cut its outlook for sales and profit growth this year and said the global supply ...

Oct 19, 2021
Persisting chip shortage
South Korea's automotive and electronics industries are bearing the brunt of the persisting global semiconductor shortage. More worrisome is that ...
The Korea Times

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