Brexit May Have Cost the UK an Intel Factory

Intel has ruled out the possibility of building a factory in the UK, thanks to Brexit.

AMD Ready to Manufacture Arm Chips

AMD is ready to manufacture Arm chips, despite it being a competing platform.

Intel Wins Pentagon Contract for US-Made Chips

Intel has won part of a $100 million contract to build US-made chips for the Pentagon, a win for the company’s upcoming foundry division.

Toyota Will Cut Worldwide Production 40% in September

Toyota is the latest automaker to experience issues as a result of the semiconductor shortage, cutting production 40% in September.

Intel Beats Expectations on Q2 Results

Intel reported its Q2 results, beating expectations on strong semiconductor demand.

Intel May Be Trying to Buy GlobalFoundries

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

Broadcom In Negotiations to Buy SAS Institute

Semiconductor company Broadcom is reportedly in talks to purchase SAS Institute, in a deal worth $15 to $20 billion.

Qualcomm Wants to Take on Apple’s M1

Qualcomm has its sights set on Apple, with plans to take on the company’s M1 processor.

GM’s Sales Increase 40% on Strong Consumer Demand

Despite constrained inventory and a global semiconductor shortage, GM sold 40% more vehicles in its second quarter.

Qualcomm Wants to Buy a Stake in Arm

Qualcomm has expressed interest in buying a stake in chipmaker Arm Holdings, should the NVIDIA deal fall through.