TSMC Has Begun Construction on Arizona Factory

TSMC has begun construction on its $12 billion Arizona factory, an important part of efforts to revitalize the US semiconductor 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 CEO Wants Apple Back As a Customer

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has his sights set on regaining Apple as a customer, thanks to Intel’s planned factories in Arizona.

Taiwan Claims to Have Enough Water to Keep Chip Industry Going…For Now

The Taiwanese government has offered assurances there is enough water to keep the country’s chipmaking industry running till May.

Samsung Looking to Build $10 Billion Chipmaking Factory in Texas

Samsung is considering a $10 billion factory in Texas, its most advanced to date in the US.

Intel Outsources i3 to TSMC

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

Trump Administration Blocking More Companies From Selling to Huawei

The Trump administration is moving to revoke the licenses of companies previously cleared to sell products to Huawei.

Intel In Talks With TSMC and Samsung to Outsource Chip Production

Intel is in talks with TSMC and Samsung to produce some of the company’s chips.