Soon the US will fear South Korea
Samsung will invest around $230.8 billion over 20 years in the South Korean government's push to develop a mega semiconductor hub in the country.
Wants to set the Chinese back ten years
The US government is working on even tighter restrictions to set Chinese chipmakers back nearly a decade.
History repeats "Ducks versus Onions" conflict
China is hitting back against the US's arbitory controls over the export on chips and filed a dispute with the World Trade Organisation and escalating the tech war between the two countries.
CPU 3A6000 now in production
The Chinese chipmaker Loongson Technology recently released a performance briefing on its 4th-generation CPU 3A6000 which is now in production.
Intel sees no way out
Intel Chief Executive [kicking] Pat Gelsinger (pictured) said that recently imposed US restrictions on semiconductor-industry exports to China were inevitable as America seeks to maintain technological leadership in competition with China.
Easing like Sunday morning
Chip delivery times shrank by four days in September, the biggest drop in years, indicating that the industry's supply crunch is easing.
Good numbers in its operating report too
Former rubber boot maker Nokia reported on quarterly operating profit ahead of market expectations, boosted by strong demand for 5G gear, and sees signs of a global chip shortage easing.
Better than providing health benefits for poor people
An alliance made up of US billionaires is stumping up the money to improve the US chip industry.
After two years of a strong market
AMD CEO Lisa Su warned that there will be a slowdown in personal computers this year after two years of a "very strong PC market".