Chromebooks continue to march into the mainstream with bigger displays, backlit keyboards and flash memory.
Telecomm giant received funding from China's military, The Times reports.
Just days after reports of broken review devices
Texas Instruments plans to produce its more cost-effective 300 millimeter wafers at the facility.
"India holds an important place as a market and also in terms of the talent pool. We have around 650 people for R&D in India and we look to grow it further"
A joint venture between U.S. smartphone chipmaker Qualcomm and China's Guizhou province will shut down by the end of the month.
ASML denied on Wednesday any involvement by its top client Samsung Electronics in an intellectual property theft case between the Dutch chip equipment maker and a competitor.
"There is too much domestic competition and Amazon lacks the kind of brand awareness that Tmall or JD.com have"
ThreadX joins Azure Sphere, Windows 10 for IoT.
The UBS estimate suggests that Apple paid a high price to end the litigation.
SK hynix announced Thursday it had completed the expansion of a current DRAM production line in Wuxi, China.
The Korea Herald
And 'Quality of Life' is apparently dead
A team based out of Redmond, Washington, has been spearheading the effort to build the new AI assistant.
Earlier this week, Samsung sent out its remarkable new folding smartphone to a number of media outlets. Perhaps now it wishes it hadn't.
Wisconsin's governor said on Wednesday he wants to renegotiate the state's contract with Foxconn Technology Group Ltd because the Taiwanese company is not expected to reach its job creation goals for the state.
The billionaire founder of Taiwan's electronics giant Foxconn has announced he will run for the country's presidency, citing divine endorsement. Terry Gou will stand in the primaries of the Kuomintang opposition party, promoting a more China-friendly policy.
Also: be careful with that screen cover
Mobile telecom equipment maker Ericsson reported a bigger that expected rise in first-quarter operating earnings on Wednesday, adding that it saw particularly strong growth in North America.
Apple has held talks with at least four companies as possible suppliers for next-generation lidar sensors in self-driving cars.
Apple Inc and Qualcomm Inc on Tuesday settled an acrimonious two-year legal dispute. Shortly afterward, Intel Corp said it will exit the smartphone modem chip business.
Huawei has revealed that none of the 40 commercial contracts it has won for 5G equipment are from mainland China.
The Financial Times
Intel Corporation today announced the acquisition of Omnitek, a leading provider of optimized video and vision FPGA IP solutions.
This is likely why Apple and Qualcomm settled
As part of the settlement, Apple will make a payment to Qualcomm for an undisclosed amount.
The console will have an SSD and a graphics card that supports ray-tracing.
Writing for Thurrott, Brad Sams reports that the earbuds are codenamed "Morrison" and that a 2019 launch seems "plausible but is not guaranteed."
Smart speakers' global installed base is on track to top 200 million by the end of this year, according to a report out today from analysts at Canalys.
"On May 7, meet a new hero."
The chairman of Foxconn said on Monday he plans to step down in the coming months to pave the way for younger talent to move up the company's ranks.
Foxconn Technology Group Chairman Terry Gou said the iPhone will go into mass production in India this year, a shift for the largest assembler of Apple's handsets that has long concentrated production in China.
According to the ministry, the state-run Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency will help local fabless and foundry firms find potential clients through their offices around the globe.
The new CPUs would cost roughly half of Xeon Platinum
The Tech Spot
Microsoft is about to launch an even cheaper Xbox One S.
Samsung's unique flagship phones are getting closer to launch.
The bank expects iPhone sales to decline 12.4% in 2019 after dropping 3.2% in 2018.
The security breach was worse for some than others
Google will have to pay publishers for news snippets and Facebook filter out protected content under new copyright rules aimed at ensuring fair compensation for the European Union's $1 trillion creative industries.
"The suggestion that we were somehow victim of a national conspiracy is wrong. The facts of the matter are that we were robbed by a handful of our own employees based in Silicon Valley, who had broken the law to enrich themselves. All of this occurred several years ago. We found this out by ourselves and immediately sought legal action in public court in 2016. This was reported on in several publications after our victory in November 2018," said ASML president and CEO Peter Wennink.
Something fundamental has changed in the battle between Huawei and Washington in the last two weeks.
China's chip equipment makers are seeing an uptick in domestic demand thanks to the trade war, giving them an opportunity to finally gain ground on global rivals like Applied Materials and Tokyo Electron.
Nikkei Asian Review