Intel’s recovery hit a major speedbump Friday as the company saw $8 billion of its market value wiped away, surprising analysts.
TSMC is preparing to mass produce its next generation 3nm chips, which will be used in Apple’s Macs and iPhones.
TSMC’s founder Morris Chang has confirmed the company’s Arizona plant will feature its most advanced capabilities.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has reportedly said the company will purchase chips from a plant in Arizona, a major step toward supply chain diversification.
MediaTek, one of the world’s leading smartphone chipmakers, is open to the possibility of moving away from Taiwan, at least ‘incrementally.’
The CHIPS Act appears to be paying off, with TSMC looking to significantly expand its semiconductor presence in Arizona.
Pressure is mounting on China’s semiconductor industry as TSMC has stopped making chips for Chinese startup Biren Technology.
TSMC is sounding the warning about a potential Chinese invasion, saying such an eventually would effectively shut down the chipmaker.
The US passed a major piece of legislation aimed at revitalizing US semiconductor manufacturing, but it also does much to inhibit China’s chip industry.
Intel has scored a major victory, securing Taiwan’s MediaTek as a customer for its foundry services.
Volkwagen and STMicro are working together to design new semiconductors for automobiles in a bid to ease the chip shortage.
TSMC’s rise to the world’s top semiconductor maker continues unabated, with the company about to hit a major milestone: beating Intel’s quarterly revenue.
TSMC is once again factoring into geopolitical posturing, with a Chinese economist saying the country should invade Taiwan and seize TSMC in the event of sanctions.
Samsung is reportedly preparing to raise chip prices, a move that could significantly impact the price of smartphones and other electronics.
Intel is preparing to purchase Tower Semiconductor for $5 billion, the latest move in the company’s attempt to regain its standing in the industry.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is going full speed ahead in his efforts to turn Intel around, but TSMC founder Morris Chang thinks he’ll run out of time.
Apple may have just released the M1 Pro and Max, but reports indicate the company’s M3 is nearing production.