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ASML sees rising demand after earnings hit by supply snags

"We expect to revisit our scenarios for 2025 and growth opportunities beyond."


Intel CEO is tired of Wall Street doubting his comeback plan

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger gave himself "A-" but investors are proving to be tougher graders.


TSMC unleashes US$44 billion spending plan to sustain post-pandemic boom

Apple Inc.’s most important chipmaker has doubled its sales growth 15% to 20% annually


Intel weighs testing Abu Dhabi resolve with GlobalFoundries bid

A deal for GlobalFoundries would “significantly accelerate” Intel’s plans
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Intel Outside in a new world order for chips

Might Intel Corp be headed the way of IBM to a slow and steady fall into oblivion? Just look at how well AMD and Nvidia are doing.


Why the US-China chip war is heating up

With the US ban on China chip makers, the latter has its work cut out as it attempts to become a semiconductor superpower.


Samsung beats earnings estimates on recovery of chips, gadget sales

Samsung Electronics Co. has reported earnings that beat estimates, and said demand for memory chips is likely to recover in the second half of the year, driven by new smartphones and gaming consoles.


Samsung earnings slump as tech giant struggles with falling memory chip prices

The chip industry has been anticipating a recovery as the roll-out of fifth-generation wireless technology spurs higher demand for memory and greater speeds to process data.


Apple supplier bullish on 2020 as China 5G phone demand kicks in

(Dec 27): Taiyo Yuden Co, a Japanese maker of ceramic capacitors used in smartphones, sees increasing demand for its components next year as China pushes ahead with the fifth generation of cellular technology.


SIA bans use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 during flights

WASHINGTON (Sept 9): Airline passengers should not turn on or charge their Samsung Electronics Co Galaxy Note 7 smartphones during flights or stow them in checked baggage due to concerns over the phone's fire-prone batteries, the US Federal Aviation A