Good things come in small packages
Market speculation that could be taken with a grain of salt
Not the first time China has dragged its feet
Samsung announces backside power delivery network breakthroughs - what does it mean for future chips?
The new approach could improve overall power delivery performance while reducing routing congestion
The factory will be part of a new joint venture between TSMC and three European companies
Diamonds could replace silicon for some hi-tech applications
The Semiconductor Education Alliance aims to tackle the skills gap threatening technology progress
Intel 3 will bring impressive improvements over its predecessor, Intel 4
Editor's take: Automotive semis are transitioning from the near-anarchy of dozens of independent vendors selling hundreds of discrete parts to platforms powering cars' major systems. Great news for the big analog companies, if they can make the leap to digital.
Faster VRAM for next-gen graphics cards, but same capacity as existing GDDR6 chips
The Korean company has been working hard to beat TSMC, but will that effort pay off?
China retaliates to US chip restrictions with export controls on vital tech metals gallium and germanium
But has China shot itself in the foot?
The market is undergoing a shift
Exceptions from CHIPS Act requirements may be indefinite
TSMC's extreme work culture is putting off US workers, CEO says employees should have passion for job
TSMC's Glassdoor ratings aren't good
Pre-production reportedly starting at Zhuke plant in Baoshan with help from Nvidia's DGX H100
China's EV growth could stir global tensions
While chiplets have been in use for decades, today they are the hottest trend in processor tech and at the cutting edge of technology, with millions of people worldwide using them in desktop PCs, workstations, and servers.
Huang says the trade war is leaving American chipmakers with "our hands tied behind our back"
The rebirth of Japan's semiconductor industry depends on it