Intel released the specs on its 100 series chipsets. No, not the Z170 -- the other ones.
Qualcomm announced the acquisition of CSR, a fabless semiconductor company that should help Qualcomm accelerate its entrance and expansion in the automotive and "Internet of Everything" markets.
Toshiba announced two new 16MP sensors, the T4KC3 and T4KC3-121, with the latter being able to use phase-detection autofocus, a technology multiple smartphone companies are beginning to use.
The EU Commission started two antitrust investigations to see if Qualcomm has abused its market position to lock competitors out of the chip market.
Recent code commits unveiled that Google added support for the Tegra X1 chip and the "Smaug" board to Coreboot, a BIOS-alternative for Chromebooks.
Freescale unveiled two low-power chips from the new i.MX 7 family of SoCs that are focused on IoT devices, wearables, home automation and industrial products.
Imagination announced today that it has entered a partnership with TSMC to develop IoT subsystems that would cut the time to market for their customers.
Today, Vesper announced the world's first piezoelectric MEMS microphone, which has ultra-high signal-to-noise ratio and is waterproof, dust proof and shock proof.
Imagination announced that the Russian company Baikal Electronics is now using the MIPS P5600 CPU in its Baikal-T1 chip for networking devices.
Mediatek handed out more details about its upcoming flagship chip, Helio X20, which is also the world's first deca-core and tri-cluster CPU.
Russian company MCST announced the launch of its Elbrus-4C CPU built on the Elbrus VLIW architecture, which targets high-performance computers and servers and can emulate x86 programs.
Transcend Information, a flash memory maker from Taiwan, announced its latest low-cost eMMC storage solution called the EMC210.
Imagination announced the Ensigma Whisper radio processor family for IoT and wearables that include support for Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth Smart.
The U.S. government restricted U.S. chip companies from selling supercomputer chips to four Chinese technical centers that help build China's supercomputers.