Intel May Be Trying to Buy GlobalFoundries

Intel may be making a major play in the semiconductor industry, attempting to purchase GlobalFoundries.

TSMC Turns in Record Quarter, Warns of Ongoing Shortages

TSMC reported its quarterly earnings, including record sales and an 11% increase in revenue.

Windows 11 CPU Requirement Angering Users

Microsoft has announced its upcoming Windows 11 and, while there’s much to like, its CPU requirements are upsetting some users.

AMD Scores Win as Google Cloud Chooses AMD EPYC Processors

AMD has scored a big win over rival Intel, as Google Cloud has selected the AMD EPYC processors to power its new family of Tau Virtual Machines (VMs). Intel has long been the dominant chipmaker in the data center industry,…

TSMC and MIT Leapfrog IBM, Make 1nm Breakthrough

TSMC and MIT have made a major advancement in semiconductor design, with a 1nm breakthrough.

IBM First to Announce 2nm Chips

IBM has hit a major milestone, being the first company to announce 2nm chips.

TSMC: Chip Shortages Won’t Ease Until 2023

TSMC has delivered further bad news on the semiconductor shortage, predicting supplies chain tightness won’t completely ease until 2023.

Intel Outsources i3 to TSMC

Intel has decided to outsource its i3 processors to TSMC, after considering such a move for months.

VMware’s Pat Gelsinger to Replace Bob Swan as Intel CEO

Intel has announced VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger will replace Bob Swan as CEO, effective February 15.

CES 2021: Intel Announces New Processor Families, Takes On Arm

Amid its escalating issues, Intel has announced new processor families, including one obviously aimed at Arm designs.