4-30 #Happy5-1 : Qualcomm is allegedly considering a dual-sourcing strategy for future high-end chipsets; Bosch is expanding its semiconductor business with silicon carbide chips; General Motors and Samsung SDI to build a new battery cell manufacturing plant in the US; etc.

German security company Nitrokey has recently released a report claiming that it has discovered an unrecorded feature in Qualcomm Snapdragon chips that collects and transmits user information directly to Qualcomm servers. Nitrokey installed a Google-free version of Android on a Read more ›

4-29 #BFF : Arm will team up with manufacturing partners to develop the new semiconductor; Samsung is allegedly planning to bring back Exynos SoCs to its S series; Apple will reportedly start using microLED panels as early as 2024; etc.

Arm is reportedly building its own semiconductor to showcase the capabilities of its products, as it seeks to attract new customers and fuel growth following its Initial Public Offering (IPO) later in 2023. Arm will team up with manufacturing partners Read more ›

4-15 #BadFlu : Intel has partnered with Arm to build low-power compute SoCs; vivo may be stopped from selling phones in Germany; Samsung’s first foldable tablet to be launched this year; etc.

Intel has revealed that Intel Foundry Services (IFS) has partnered with Arm to build low-power compute SoCs on the Intel 18A process. The Intel 18A process is a plan to introduce five increasingly advanced semiconductor manufacturing process technologies in five Read more ›

4-9 #HappyEaster : Samsung Z Flip5 will allegedly feature a bigger cover display; Samsung has announced that it will reduce its chip production; Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei has said “Huawei or HUAWEI” words cannot be used by any vehicle publicity or design; etc.

A new report from SellCell examines the latest handsets from all three companies, which include the lineups for the iPhone 14, Samsung S23, and Google’s Pixel 7 devices. The current iPhone series continued to hold its value the best, with Read more ›