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SANTA CLARA, Calif. – The Internet of Things is not growing as fast as expected but it is growing thanks to more integrated parts and low power networks, ...
China’s ambitious plan to lead the world in advanced manufacturing will have global ramifications, whether or not the effort succeeds. Made in China 2025 ...
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LAKE WALES,Fla. — Google’s artificial-intelligence guru, Demis Hassabis, has unveiled the company’s grand plan to solve intelligenceby ...
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SAN FRANCISCO—NXP Semiconductors NV will spend about $22 million to expand manufacturing at its fabs in Texas and Arizona to make secure ID chips for U.S. ...
SAN FRANCISCO — Executives from South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. told the Reuters news service that the company has plans to triple its market ...
PARIS — Bringing popular Ethernet technology to cars seems like a natural progression. More vehicles are getting connected and incorporating a number ...
SAN JOSE, Calif. — AMD is among chip designers getting an early taste of 7nm process technologies, said its chief technology officer. He called for ...
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Five years into its life as a startup, Kumu Networks hopes a chip still in an early design phase will drive to volume markets its ...
PARIS — The embedded market for neural network accelerators is heating up, with more systems — ranging from smart speakers and drones to ...
SAN FRANCISCO — Semiconductor lithography equipment vendor ASML Holdings NV posted better-than-expected second quarter revenue driven by sales to the ...
PARIS – Despite the company’s assurances to the contrary, Qualcomm’s increasingly public licensing dispute with Apple is dogging Qualcomm and ...
Among all nations, there is no current contender for China’s title as “The World’s Factory.”
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