China's foreign ministry has some suggestions for the Trump administration if it is worried about foreign eavesdropping on the U.S. president's iPhones: use a Huawei handset instead.
The UK's data watchdog has levied the maximum possible fine against Facebook for its failure to protect user's personal information in the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Wingtech will indirectly own 75.86 percent of Nexperia as a result of the deals.
The White House has ordered a National Spectrum Strategy and task force to lead the way for 5G.
Pichai said 48 employees have been terminated for sexual misconduct over the last two years.
Google's third quarter revenue fell short of Wall Street expectations.
Nokia announced a new cost-cutting program on Thursday, targeting annual cost savings of 700 million euros by the end of 2020.
The iPhone XR might have been dubbed the best value iPhone in years, but shoppers weren't giving it the usual show of love.
Researchers say they have developed tiny readers that can detect information in light spirals
Like foldable smartphones, Samsung is collaborating with display makers to develop laptops with foldable displays that will not just simply fold in and out but create new value and user experience, amid the changing market trends for laptops.
Italian investigation found software updates 'significantly reduced performance', hastening new purchases
Intel is denying a new report that claims the chipmaker is abandoning its 10 nanometer manufacturing process following years of delays.
Shares in AMS fell as much as 31.5 percent Tuesday, the steepest intraday decline since January 11, 2008.
Apple is beginning to talk with programmers about what it's willing to pay to carry shows and movies, sources told The Information. As expected, original Apple shows should be free, but people will be able to pay for subscriptions to third-party networks. Content should vary from country to country, reflecting the complicated licensing landscape - HBO for example licenses it shows to services like Sky in the U.K.
Nvidia, one of the world's best known manufacturers of computer graphics cards, released its autonomous driving safety report on Tuesday. The Santa Clara-based company, which for several years has been engaged in a high-stakes venture to build the "brains" that power self-driving cars for major automakers like Volvo, Volkswagen, and Mercedes-Benz parent Daimler, is only the fifth company to delivery its voluntary safety report to the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The process of AMD ramping up its EPYC efforts involves a lot of ?˜first-step' vendor interaction. Having been a very minor player for so long, all the big guns are taking it slowly with AMD's newest hardware in verifying whether it is suitable for their workloads and customers. The next company to tick that box is Oracle, who is announcing today that they will be putting bare metal EPYC instances available in its cloud offering.
Qualcomm has announced with Samsung Electronics that they are working together to develop 5G small cells - opening the door for massive 5G network speed, capacity, coverage and ultra-low latency.
Super Micro Computer says it will review its hardware for any proof of malicious chips as alleged in a recent media report.
Philips Lighting is seeing double-digit growth in India, which is among the top five markets in the world for the global company, and poised to rise to the third rank, Eric Rondolat, its global CEO said.
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Brendan Iribe, the co-founder and former CEO of Oculus, has announced he is leaving Facebook. Iribe is leaving Facebook following some internal shake-ups in the company's virtual reality arm last week that saw the cancellation of the company's next generation "Rift 2" PC-powered virtual reality headset.
Nidec Corp, a Japanese supplier to Apple, and Germany's Schaeffler AG are among bidders competing for Taiwanese components maker Precision Motion Industries Inc, according to people familiar with the matter.
Apple late Monday sold out of launch day iPhone XR supply in the US and beyond, with orders placed through the company's online storefront now showing estimated delivery dates pushed out to November.
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The company has previously targeted 2019 to release a folding device.
It's the latest and strongest of denials from Apple in response to the October story in Bloomberg Businessweek.
Samsung Electronics has announced its acquisition of Zhilabs, known for its AI-based network and service analytics, to further enhance its 5G capabilities. The acquisition lays the foundation for Samsung to foster its 5G offerings of automation and network analytics to finely tune the customer experiences in the 5G era.
Semiconductors are key components for the IoT, connecting the real with the digital world now evolving to cloud services and artificial intelligence (AI) functionality.
Huawei will begin manufacturing mobile phones in India from next year as the US$150 billion Chinese giant plans to open 1,000 company-branded stores across the country.
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Taiwanese PC giants, such as Acer, Asustek Computer, Compal Electronics and Quanta Computer might expect setbacks in production due to the CPU shortage.
Mobile telecom equipment maker Ericsson has reported stronger-than-expected third-quarter sales figures, boosted primarily by high activity levels in North America. In posting its third consecutive quarter of progress toward reaching its 2020 financial targets, the company saw its net sales jump by 9% year-on-year and 8% since the last quarter.
Amid struggles to deliver its 10nm technology, the technology and manufacturing group will be split into three parts.
The Mate 20 series is powered by the Kirin 980 SoC manufactured with the advanced 7nm process incorporating the Cortex-A76-based CPU and Mali-G76 GPU.
Apple will recruit TSMC to manufacture chips for its upcoming Apple Car starting in 2023 to 2025, according to Ming-Chi Kuo, who now works for TF International Securities.
Murata Manufacturing expects shortages of tiny ceramic components to last for another two years, its CEO said, in what could be a bottleneck in the advancement of the global automotive market.
Arm is introducing something called the Arm Neoverse, a cloud-to-edge infrastructure to support a world with a trillion intelligent devices.
Semiconductor industry bellwether ASML Holding NV's better-than-expected third quarter results and bullish outlook gave sector stocks a boost on Wednesday after fears of slackening demand had dragged them down in recent months.
"This not only reflects the great importance Qualcomm attaches to the Chinese market, but also shows our strong support for China's further opening-up," Meng said.