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Monday, December 31, 2012
Happy New Year to All Our Readers!
X-Bit Labs Wishes Prosperous 2013
Thursday, December 27, 2012
BlueStacks Lets Android Apps to Run on Apple Mac OS.
Google Android Apps Find Way to Apple Macs
Toshiba Unveils Highly-Sensitive 20MP BSI CMOS Image Sensor
Locals Protest Building of TSMC’s First 450mm Fab in 2014
Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Microsoft Chief Research Officer Changes Role, Announces Retirement Plan.
Microsoft’s Visionary Craig Mundie to Retire in 2014
Monday, December 24, 2012
Merry Christmas, to All X-Bit Labs Readers.
We Wish Happy Holidays to All Our Readers
Friday, December 21, 2012
MIT Researchers Discover a New Kind of Magnetism.
“Quantum Spin Liquid” Could Have Applications in New Computer Memory Storage
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Samsung Tapes Out First 14nm FinFET Test Chips.
Samsung Reaches 14nm FinFET Process Technology Development Milestone
TSMC Set to Expand Global Presence to Satisfy Different Clients
Monday, December 17, 2012
PLX and Kontron Unveil PCI Express Fabric Breakthrough.
PLX and Kontron Demonstrate 5.6GB/s PCIe 3.0 Fabric
Computers to Receive Five Human Senses in Five Years
Market Observer Reveals Intel’s Average CPU and Wafer Prices to Support Custom Foundry Biz’s Viability
Saturday, December 15, 2012
TSMC to Boost Capital Expenditures in 2013 to Record $9 Billion.
World’s Largest Foundry Ups CapEx from $8.3 to $9 Billion per Year
Friday, December 14, 2012
STMicroelectronics to Exit ST-Ericsson SoC Business.
STM Unveils New Strategy
Intel May Acquire Nvidia, Jen-Hsun Huang May Lead New Company
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Samsung on Track to Produce 28nm Chips at Austin Facility in 2013.
Samsung Set to Continue to Invest into Expansion of Austin, Texas Factory
Flextronics Projects Dramatic Changes on the Global Assembly Labor Market
AMD Unsure About Transition Timeframe to 20nm Node
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
AMD Blasts Intel Atom Chips for Micro-Servers.
AMD: Intel Is Too Late with Chips for Micro-Servers
Globalfoundries Calls Europe to Support Chip Manufacturing
Motorola Mobility Gets Rid of Production Capacities
Monday, December 10, 2012
IBM Announces Silicon Nanophotonics Breakthrough.
IBM Finds Way to Build Silicon Nanophotonics into Chips
Numerous Transitions Incoming This Decade Will Reduce the Number of Semiconductor Companies - Paul Otellini
Friday, December 7, 2012
Analysts: Apple’s Production in the U.S. Will Be Negligible.
Despite of All Hype, Only a Small Part of Apple’s Products Will be Assembled in the U.S.
Apple to Stick to “the Fewer the Better” Principle for Products
Hitachi Pulls the Plug on Semiconductor Business
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Foxconn Set to Expand U.S. Manufacturing Capacities.
Apple to Invest $100 Million into Manufacturing in the U.S
Paul Otellini: There Are Numerous Foundry Projects in the Pipeline
Qualcomm Unveils QCA1990 NFC Chip
Intel Set to Find New CEO Inside the Company
Apple Brings Some of the Production Back to the USA
TSMC Ramps Up 28nm Capacity Ahead of Plans
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Qualcomm Becomes World’s Fastest Growing Semiconductor Company.
Qualcomm Ranks World’s No. 3 Semiconductor Company
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Sharp Set to Sell TV Factories to Foxconn for $667 Million – Report.
Sharp to Sell Overseas TV Assembly Plants to Foxconn to Get Cash
Apple Restarts PC Manufacturing in the USA
AMD Will Not Benefit from Globalfoundries Rapid Transition to 14nm
Nokia Trades Headquarters for Cash