9-18 #NotAlone : Intel introduces “Intel Processor”; Google is allegedly working on a compact Pixel smartphone codenamed “Neila”; Samsung may be planning to introduce the satellite connectivity feature; etc.

Intel introduces a new processor for the essential product space: Intel Processor. The new offering will replace the Intel Pentium and Intel Celeron branding in the 2023 notebook product stack. Intel Processor will serve as the brand name for multiple Read more ›

9-15 #LockDown : GM’s Cruise has developed its own chips for self-driving cars to be deployed by 2025; Foxconn and Vedanta Resources have signed a MoU; LG has successfully tested the wireless transmission and reception of 6G terahertz; etc.

According to Carl Jenkins, VP for Hardware Engineering of General Motors’ (GM) Cruise division, Cruise has developed its own chips for self-driving cars to be deployed by 2025, as they aim to bring down costs and scale up volume. Jenkins Read more ›

9-12 #MoonCake : EU antitrust regulators will not appeal a court ruling scrapping its fine against Qualcomm; TSMC 2nm process will be mass production in 2025; Royole Technology has recently been plunged into a new crisis; etc.

EU antitrust regulators will not appeal a court ruling scrapping its EUR997M (USD991M) fine against U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm because it would be difficult to convince Europe’s top court of the merits. Judges have also invalidated the Commission’s analysis that payments Read more ›

9-11 #Pray : Apple has reportedly added China’s YTMC to its list of NAND flash suppliers; Apple has announced its partnership with Globalstar; Tata Group is in talks with a Taiwanese supplier to Apple; etc.

Samsung Electronics sees the sharp downturn in chip sales extending into next year, the latest note of pessimism for a semiconductor industry reeling from a dramatic pullback in sales of PCs, smartphones and data servers. Kyung Kye-hyun, who heads Samsung’s Read more ›

9-5 #Nephew : TSMC plans to build 23 plants in 2020-2023; TSMC and UMC will see full capacity utilization for 22/28nm processes persist at least throughout 2022; Aurora may consider sell to Apple or Microsoft; etc.

OPPO announces Pantanal cross-platform system. Pantanal is claimed to be the first cross-platform system designed for different devices and systems to connect and collaborate. OPPO says that with cross-device sensing and computing capabilities, Pantanal can better understand and anticipate users’ Read more ›

9-3 #NewVocab : Meta and Qualcomm will cooperate in VR development; AMD and Nvidia have successively received notices to cut off the supply of high-end GPU chips to customers in China; Samsung Display transferred its patents in the US related to LCD to CSOT back in Jun 2022; etc.

Facebook parent company Meta and Qualcomm will cooperate in VR devices development. Meta and Qualcomm said in a statement that the companies’ engineering and product teams will work together to produce the chips. The chips will be powered by Qualcomm’s Read more ›