They just had another launch event and in the last 6 months it seems like AMD has had one launch event after another. And AMD is still not done for the year! This week AMD launched the Ryzen Pro processor for commercial desktops.
Lattice Semiconductor is considering seeking President Donald Trump's approval of its proposed takeover by a China-backed buyer after a secretive national security panel repeatedly rebuffed the companies, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Apple and professional services company Accenture said Tuesday they will team up to help businesses build better applications for iOS, the operating system that powers Apple's iPhone and iPad.
Deloitte and HP are joining forces to give their digital manufacturing services and 3D printing services a little push. The partnership will see HP's 3D printers become part of the digital supply chain in more large-scale manufacturing environments.
SK Hynix is reportedly considering taking legal action against Toshiba after being rebuffed by the Japanese conglomerate during the auction process of a memory-chip unit without appropriate notice, according to sources close to the matter.
The Korea Bizwire
Toshiba may not seal a $17.5 billion deal to sell its memory chip unit by a self-imposed Aug. 31 deadline due to disagreements over details of an offer by the bidders, people familiar with the matter said late on Tuesday.
Over 400 Chinese expats working for Oppo and Vivo in India have returned home after a drop in smartphone sales as anti-Beijing sentiments are rising in the country's large consumer markets. Vivo's chief marketing officer Vivek Zhang also returned home this month, Economic Times reported.
The Dell Visor, Dell's first headset for Microsoft's Windows Mixed Reality platform, will be available this October for $349.99 or in a bundle with two controllers for $449.99.
Advanced Micro Devices has agreed to pay out US$29.5 million to settle a class action lawsuit its shareholders filed after the disastrous Llano chip rollout.
Google has admitted that wide-spread connectivity issues in Japan were the result of a mistake by the tech giant. Web traffic intended for Japanese Internet service providers was being sent to Google instead.
Apple is reportedly holding an event on September 12 to launch the next iPhone, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
Nintendo's latest videogame machine, the Nintendo Switch, is winning fans for both its lineup of popular games and its flexibility-it works as both a living-room console and a hand-held device.
Wall Street Journal
Huawei had had a difficult time when it installed different NAND flash chips into its strategic Smartphone called P10 during first half of 2017. Into a same product, it installed eMMC and UFS standard storage device. Unexpectedly level of dissatisfaction from consumers who purchased P10 equipped with eMMC increased heavily. Industries believe that Huawei made a bad move by failing to obtain NAND flash memories.
Western Digital, part of a group offering to buy Toshiba Corp's (6502.T) memory chip unit, is not seeking a management role in the business, people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday.
IEEE GLOBECOM 2017 features a 3-day Industry Program designed to provide insight into the fundamental research activities happening in 5G, IoT, LiFi, SDN, autonomous vehicles and cognitive mobile networks.
An Earth-observation satellite for Taiwan's National Space Organization was launched into orbit from California on Thursday. The Formosat-5 satellite lifted off from coastal Vandenberg Air Force Base at 11:51 a.m. atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, which successfully landed its first stage on a drone ship floating in the Pacific Ocean as the second stage continued on and deployed the satellite.
A court in South Korea has sentenced Samsung's billionaire heir-apparent Lee Jae-yong to five years in prison for corruption.
Japanese businesses are bringing more production of appliances and everyday goods back home, as the cost appeal of making such items overseas fades amid a soft yen and rising wages in Asia.
Nikkei Electronics Asia
Apple is planning to unveil a renewed focus on the living room with an upgraded Apple TV set-top box that can stream 4K video and highlight live television content such as news and sports, according to people familiar with the matter.
Qualcomm has announced that Derek Aberle will leave the company after a successful 17-year career during which he served as president of Qualcomm and helped drive the company's overall global strategy and vision as a member of Qualcomm's executive committee. His departure will be effective as of December 31, 2017.
Western Digital Corp.'s "Marry Me, or I'll Sue" tactics may have actually worked.
Microsoft described Scorpio, the SoC inside its Xbox X One. Scorpio packs 7 billion transistors with 6 TFlops graphics performance in a 359-square millimeter chip made in a 16FF+ TSMC process. The chip, designed in partnership with AMD, also packs eight x86 cores running at 2.3 GHz and sharing 4 Mbytes L2 cache.
Japan's Toshiba is prioritising talks with Western Digital to sell its memory chip business, as negotiations with a previously preferred bidder have stalled, the Nikkei business daily reported on Wednesday.
In an email today, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced that Stacy Smith, Group President of Manufacturing, Operations and Sales at Intel, has decided to retire from the company at the end of January 2018.
According to industry sources, after O-film ranked first in the global fingerprint recognition module market, Sunny Optical of China is taking off in the camera module sector. The company is also emerging as a global camera module manufacturer, securing its major customers in China, including Huawei, Oppo and Vivo.
KeyBanc's John Vinh expects Broadcom will gain 40% more worth of chips in the new iPhone relative to its place in past models - 8 chips up from 5.
Jayapalan has 20 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. Most recently, he served as vice president, enterprise and client compute solutions marketing at Western Digital.
Samsung Electronics will start construction of Line 18 at its Hwasung plant in November, with total investment estimated at KRW6 trillion (US$5.4 billion). The construction was originally scheduled for 2018.
Cisco has announced its intent to acquire Springpath, a Sunnyvale-based leader in hyperconvergence software. Springpath has developed a distributed file system purpose-built for hyperconvergence that enables server-based storage systems. The acquisition will allow Cisco to continue to deliver next-generation data center innovation to its customers.
Google has released the latest version of its Android mobile operating system (OS), which is named after Oreo chocolate biscuits. It adds a new "picture-in-picture" mode that lets some apps run in a small corner of the screen.
Fujitsu is looking to offload its mobile phone operations, becoming the latest casualty of growing competition in the once highly lucrative market, where Japanese players are finding it increasingly difficult to keep up with global giants.
Nikkei Electronics Asia
Apple's progress in 3D sensing design and mass production is 1.5 to 2 years ahead of Qualcomm's, according to a new investor's note released today by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Samsung Electronics has decided to reduce its reliance on Qualcomm chips for next year's Galaxy S9 in an apparent tit-for-tat against the US chipmaker for making new foundry orders with its Taiwanese rival TSMC only, industry sources said on Aug. 21.
Toshiba's main bank creditors have urged the embattled borrower to conclude a deal to sell its memory chip subsidiary this month (August 2017) to ensure the transaction is completed by the fiscal year-end next March, bringing in desperately needed capital
Nikkei Electronics Asia
Mobile telecom gear maker Ericsson may lay off around 25,000 employees outside Sweden as part of its savings program, Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet reported on Thursday, citing unidentified sources at the company.