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Wednesday 25 October 2017
Moore's Law no longer valid, says Morris Chang
Moore's Law has become invalid for a while, as the time needed for the transistor density to double is no longer 18-24 months although the density has indeed kept increasing, Morris...
Thursday 12 October 2017
Qualcomm faces antitrust fine in Taiwan
Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission (FTC) has concluded an investigation into wireless chipmaker Qualcomm, finding that certain of the company's business practices are in violation of...
Wednesday 27 September 2017
Moore's Law has come to its end, says Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang
Nvidia founder and CEO Jensen Huang has said that with the emergence of GPU computing following the decline of the CPU era, Moore's Law has come to an end, stressing that his company's...
Friday 22 September 2017
China enacting law to facilitate development of self-driving cars
In an effort to accelerate the development of its smart car industry, China is moving to legislate regulations governing the production and driving of smart vehicles. Its National...
Wednesday 23 August 2017
China could enhance its position in post-Moore's Law era, says former TSMC COO
China's semiconductor industry could have a chance of strengthening its position in the post-Moore's Law era, according to Shang-yi Chiang, former executive VP and co-chief operating...
Friday 17 March 2017
Semicon China: Chipmakers talk about Moore's Law and China's fast-growing IC industry
At Semicon China 2017, executives at chip giant Intel, IC packager Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, equipment vendors ASML, Lam Research and Tokyo Electron (TEL), and nano-electronics...
Wednesday 16 November 2016
Era of Silicon 4.0: TSIA chairman talks about virtual Moore's Law
With 2015 being the 50th anniversary of Moore's Law, one of the hottest topics that has continued to be discussed up until now in the semiconductor industry has been whether Moore's...
Friday 30 September 2016
Innovation to keep Moore's Law alive, says TSMC co-CEO
TSMC will continue to innovate to keep Moore's Law alive, and maintaining the company's technology leadership is always a fundamental strategy, said TSMC co-CEO Mark Liu at a recent...
Friday 8 April 2016
BOE Technology chairman proposes survival law for panel industry
Wang Dongsheng, chairman for China-based TFT-LCD panel maker BOE Technology, has proposed a survival law for the panel industry, that is, with prices remaining unchanged, makers should...
Tuesday 28 June 2011
Taiwan market: Google fined for refusing to comply with refund law
The Taipei City Government on June 27 imposed a fine of NT$1 million (US$34,500) on Google for refusing to comply with the refund regulations as stipulated in the country's Consumer...
Tuesday 26 April 2011
Moore's Law to hit snag in 6-8 years, says TSMC chairman
Semiconductor technological development will be faced with bottlenecks within the next 10 years, with Moore's Law to witness insurmountable technological barriers in 6-8 years, according...
Wednesday 19 January 2011
Taiwan solar module makers to benefit from new US military procurement regulations
A provision in a military authorization law signed by US president Barack Obama on January 7, 2011, which requires the Defense Department to purchase only American-made solar panels,...
Wednesday 12 January 2011
IPC maker Axiomtek suffers 6-month export ban
The Board of Foreign Trade under Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs has decided to prohibit Taiwan-based industrial PC maker Axiomtek from exporting its products for six months,...
Friday 11 June 2010
Taiwan market: Data loss prevention expected to be in rising demand due to new personal data protection laws
As Taiwan has enacted the Personal Data Protection Law and will bring it into effect in January 2011, the demand for data loss prevention solutions in the Taiwan market is expected...
Friday 4 June 2010
Smartbook: What's in a name?
During Computex Taipei 2010, Qualcomm is showcasing its Snapdragon-based smartbook platform. But does the company even have the right to use the smartbook name? Earlier published...