Japan's NEC said on Thursday it will spend around 136 billion yen ($1.23 billion) to purchase KMD, which is Denmark's largest IT company.
Electronics maker Sharp has said it will spin off its semiconductor business, possibly in April 2019.
The Japan Times
Apple will begin assembling its top-end iPhones in India through the local unit of Foxconn as early as 2019, the first time the Taiwanese contract manufacturer will have made the product in the country, according to a source familiar with the matter.
The UK says China is behind hackers targeting commercial secrets. Huawei denies any link to the Chinese state.
The executive order would direct the Commerce Department to block U.S. companies from buying equipment from foreign telecommunications makers that pose significant national security risks.
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Samsung Electronics reportedly is readying to move part of its TV production out of China amid deteriorating sales conditions and rising labor cost.
Samsung Electronics is considering slowing the pace of expanding its production facilities next year amid negative forecasts about growth of the global semiconductor market, according to the industry on Tuesday.
The Korea Herald
It would 'encourage' foreign companies to hand things over, though.
Huawei has had a tough year on a number of fronts, with the U.S and other countries leading efforts to ban its networking equipment on cybersecurity grounds.
Top iPhone assembler Foxconn Technology is preparing to launch a $9 billion chip-making project in China as tensions intensify between Washington and Beijing over China's tech ambitions.
Nikkei Asian Review
Qualcomm won a second court skirmish in its worldwide patent battle with Apple on Thursday, with the iPhone maker saying it would pull some older models from its German stores.
Facebook on Wednesday evening published a blog post explaining why it allowed Spotify, Netflix and the Royal Bank of Canada to read, write and delete private user messages, as was reported by the New York Times on Tuesday.
The TVs will be on display at CES 2019.
China probably has become the world's biggest economy and will reap the benefits that once flowed to the U.S.
LG has been teasing its flexible OLED technology for 10 years.
Twenty-nine companies and research bodies will take part in the project, among them Robert Bosch, Infineon, STMicroelectronics, Osram, Carl Zeiss, GlobalFoundries and Murata.
The next generation of automotive processor has finally arrived, says Arm.
The M16 production line, located in Icheon, 80 kilometers southeast of Seoul, will be built on a 53,000-square meter lot.
The mobile phone unit of Japanese tech giant Softbank has had a disappointing debut on the Tokyo stock market, with shares falling 14.5%. The firm raised as much as JPY2.6 trillion by selling shares at JPY1,500 each in one of the world's largest ever stock offerings.
This sounds like good news for shareholders.
Apple said it would update the software of iPhones in China to try to resolve a legal dispute that threatens to stop the company from selling older iPhones in the country.
The New York Times
The lead attorney for the group of Apple device assemblers seeking at least $9 billion in damages from Qualcomm
A woman from California is suing Apple because she claims it wasn't clear the iPhone XS had a screen notch when she bought it.
Supermicro has sent a letter to its customers saying that it has found no evidence of malicious chips on its motherboards. The company asked third-party company Nardello & Co. to audit Supermicro's hardware.
Jaguar Land Rover will announce plans to cut thousands of jobs early in the new year, as part of a £2.5bn turnround plan to revive the fortunes of Britain's largest carmaker.
The Financial Times
For some time, Apple has been serious about building more wireless components for its own devices, putting its own Bluetooth and Wi-Fi chips into the latest Apple Watches and AirPod earbuds.
Apple, facing a court ban in China on some of its iPhone models over alleged infringement of Qualcomm patents, said on Friday it will push software updates to users in a bid to resolve potential issues.
Ming-Chi Kuo of TF International Securities, the most widely followed Apple analyst on Wall Street whose calls typically move the stock, says demand for iPhones is falling way short.
The new module is tailored for the production of autonomous devices like drones and robots.
Almost half (48.6%) of US chief financial officers believe the United States will be in recession by the end of next year.
Apple has announced plans to build a new campus in Austin, Texas, saying the project will involve a $1bn investment.
Samsung Electronics will cease operations at one of its mobile phone manufacturing plants in China, the company said, as its sales in the world's biggest smartphone market slumps amid rising competition from lower-cost local rivals.
Amazon does not plan to sell this chip directly to customers, but the decision by one of the world's biggest buyers of computer processors to go the do-it-yourself route is likely to have a major impact on Intel, the iconic Silicon Valley chip maker.
New York Times
UK Prime Minister Theresa May will face a vote of confidence in her leadership on Wednesday. She said a new prime minister would have to scrap or extend Article 50, the mechanism taking Britain out of the EU on 29 March, "delaying or even stopping Brexit".
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has downgraded executive cars and cut business travel in a belt-tightening campaign meant to prepare for a difficult 2019.
Nikkei Asian Review
On Tuesday, a Chinese court banned the sale of older iPhone models as part of a long-running patent infringement lawsuit between Apple and Qualcomm.