Supply chain issues continue to plague the auto industry, with GM currently waiting for parts for some 95,000 vehicles.
Toyota is planning on a massive cut to its production, reducing production in June by 100,000 vehicles as a result of the semiconductor shortage.
AMD is continuing to make inroad against Intel in the server market, chipping away (pun intended) at the latter’s lead.
Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess is now admitting his goal of toppling Tesla as the world’s number one electric vehicle (EV) automaker by 2025 may be a bit ambitious.
Samsung is reportedly preparing to raise chip prices, a move that could significantly impact the price of smartphones and other electronics.
Coming off of strong growth during the pandemic, Shopify has announced a deal to acquire Deliverr, a move that will help it combat Walmart and Amazon.
Intel may score a major foundry customer in the form of Nvidia, one of the biggest semiconductor purchasers in the industry.
Intel has announced its latest expansion effort, planning to spend up to $80 billion in chip-making in Europe.
In the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, experts are concerned the conflict could significantly impact the semiconductor supply chain.
Ford CEO Jim Farley is laying down the law, warning dealers the company will withhold inventory from those that gouge customers.