There seems to be almost no good news in the semiconductor manufacturing front, as months of industry shortages seem to be headed to even more troubled waters.
BYD Semiconductor's IPO efforts have been temporarily suspended due to the government investigation of the legal services Beijing Tian Yuan Law Firm, that works with BYD on IPO task.
Samsung has reclaimed the top semiconductor manufacturer spot from Intel on the back of a strong, 19% increase in Q2 sales of silicon-based ICs.
GlobalFoundries has filled an IPO in confidentiality that may value GlobalFoundries at around $25 billion.
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang has admitted that regulatory snags may result in the Nvidia-Arm deal slipping beyond its planned conclusion - and it could uphend the acquisition entirely.
A forward-looking solution in the computing route may include wafer-sized chips packing a number of different IP blocks.
CES 2022 is on for an in-person event, but attendees will have to prove they've been vaccinated against COVID-19.
With the latest developments potentially enabling unprecedented scaling in quantum computing, the "Quantum as a Service" market is expected to hit $26 billion by 2030.
Phison today has announced the development and early-2022 release of its PS7101 PCIe 5.0 redrivers, motherboard-bound integrated circuits that aim to counteract electrical signal loss and crosstalk.
The goal is to pre-empt the fall of traditional cryptography likely to follow the quantum revolution.
Chinese electronics manufacturer Xiaomi is preparing to launch its first branded OLED TVs that support Nvidia's G-Sync technology.
The PS5 may be hard to find in stock as it is, but McDonald's seems to have been secretly toying with the idea of a custom PS5 controller featuring... a Big Mac and fries.
Huawei has been hit hard as a result of the US-China trade wars, so Russia looks like a neutral ground to stand on.
Cougar today introduced the Dust 2, a Mini-ITX case which doubles down on the dust filtering and handling capabilities for actual road warriors.
The WIN Max 2021 gaming handheld, which pairs an Intel or AMD SoC with Windows and will enter its latest funding round this week.
The PS5 has already sold 10 million units less than a year since its launch, unlocking the fastest selling games console achievement for Sony - despite continuous shortages.