Apple will close 30 additional stores in the United States by Thursday.
The updates to Nvidia's vGPU software could help organizations remotely leverage virtual reality or better collaborate on computer-aided design.
Intel has stopped supplying its products to Inspur, China's largest maker of computer servers.
Are there any Wear OS manufacturers and customers left to buy Qualcomm's new chip?
Telecoms can no longer use federal funds to purchase their equipment
It has been a rough quarter for the US economy, with the country plunging into a pandemic-fueled recession. Yet the stock market is alive and kicking - in fact, it's having its best quarter in more than 20 years.
Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong on Tuesday visited Samsung's semiconductor equipment subsidiary SEMES, surveying the very foundation of the chip industry amid the country's ongoing efforts to reduce dependence on Japan.
The Korea Herald
Xilinx raised its revenue forecast for its fiscal first quarter Monday, citing better-than-expected revenues for its wired and wireless group and its data center group as well as accelerated orders ahead of new US restrictions on sales to Chinese tech firm Huawei.
The Trump administration's new restrictions come in response to a new national security law that will extend China's influence over Hong Kong.
The New York Times
A group of US senators last week proposed yet another bill to revive the domestic chip industry, the American Foundries Act of 2020 (AFA). This new bipartisan proposal is the second such measure in a month, following the Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS) act, introduced on June 10. The two initiatives highlight the effort by the US government to localize the electronics supply chain and rebuild the domestic semiconductor industry now that most of the world's production has shifted to Asia.
Yangtze Memory Technologies, China's top memory chipmaker, will roll out its first-ever storage products lineup in the second half of 2020.
Nikkei Asian Review
"Although many countries have made some progress, globally, the pandemic is actually speeding up," WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said during a virtual news conference.
Sony's image sensor business aims to replicate PlayStation's success to address its reliance on a handful of manufacturers in the fickle smartphone market: It plans to sell software by subscription for data-analyzing sensors in situ.
Might be named the Xbox Series S
Nearly all of the largest U.S. banks said Monday that they performed well enough on the Federal Reserve's most-recent stress test to maintain their current quarterly dividend.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said big questions remain over the outlook for the economy, particularly in light of ongoing efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
Zoox was valued at over $3 billion in 2018, but has struggled with management turnover in its efforts to develop a self-driving car.
Microsoft on Friday announced it will permanently close its 83 Microsoft Store retail locations.
DRAM designed in Japan by a team of 100 will help combat US sanctions
Nikkei Asian Review
Huawei has got the green light to build a chip research and development center in Cambridgeshire.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers on Thursday introduced a measure aimed at strengthening chip manufacturing in the United States, adding to efforts to champion the sector and lure high tech supply chains back into the United States.
China sent the last satellite to space on Tuesday to complete its global navigation system that will help wean it off U.S. technology in this area.
Dell owns about 81% of VMware.
Apple previously released a similar feature on iPhones and MacBooks
The biotech giant says, it will soon begin clinical trials for a different version of the same experimental drug, remdesivir, which might make it easier to administer outside of a hospital or ICU wing.
The $3 trillion French economy grew this month for the first time since February, as coronavirus restrictions were eased and domestic consumption ticked up, according to a closely-watched survey.
U.S. President Donald Trump suspended the entry into the United States of certain foreign workers on Monday, a move the White House said would help the coronavirus-battered economy, but which business groups strongly oppose.
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China Standards 2035 is an ambitious 15-year blueprint that will lay out Beijing's plans to set the global standards for the next-generation of technologies.
For the first time, an ARM-based system is number one spot on the Top500 list.
The clarification from Shenzhen-based ZTE came at a time when China is doubling down on efforts to build up its chipmaking capability
South China Morning Post
Japan's Toshiba Corp said on Monday it planned to sell down its 40.2% stake in flash memory chips firm Kioxia Holdings and will return a majority of the net proceeds to shareholders.
This month's outbreak of coronavirus in Beijing has prompted concerns that a second wave of the pandemic could upset China's nascent economic recovery.
With states continuing to lift coronavirus restrictions, people across the U.S. have felt more comfortable traveling, taking transit, eating out and even moving to a new home.
Apple reopened dozens of stores across the United States last month, after shutting them because of the coronavirus. Now, it is closing some of them again.
Globalfoundries and SkyWater Technology have reached a deal to supply semiconductor chips to the U.S. defense industry and work on new technology, the companies said on Thursday, as the industry moves toward more U.S. manufacturing.
For most of its history, Huawei's tinkering in semiconductors was considered little more than a curious hobby by industry rivals.
Today's product announcements carefully accentuate Intel's current strengths.
A new product leak claims that the Apple AirPower "C68" project has resolved the problem with the Apple Watch causing drastic overheating of the three-device charging pad.
A new U.S. rule regarding China's Huawei is a needed "clarification" to help develop standards, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Wednesday, adding that security concerns remain over the telecoms equipment maker.