But that doesn't mean to say they won't grow
While sales of semiconductors won't be quite as buoyant as they were in 2017, the market will still grow by 15.7 percent.
Claims it's ahead of the curve with 7 and 5nm
CPU design firm ARM has shown off its roadmap for the next two years with the hope that it will inspire terror inside Intel and attract renewed interest from laptop vendors.
Zuckerberg regrets – but…
From tomorrow Facebook will stop accepting third party tools sharing posts automatically to FB Profiles.
Things are getting better at Intel all the time
The second most important semiconductor company in the world, Intel (ticker: INTC), declared results for its second financial quarter and things apparently have never been better, even - or perhaps because - it lost a CEO during the quarter.
Wednesday is D-Day
Qualcomm's long term bid to buy Philips spin-off NXP has until Wednesday to be finalised – and the US-Chinese trade wars haven't made things as clear as mud can be.
CEO disease is catching
The CEO of Texas Instruments (TI) has resigned because he has violated the company's code of conduct rules.
Cars for everyone
The tariffs imposed on US imports of cars caused prices of Tesla vehicles to rise by 20 percent over the weekend in China.
Trade war begins to bite
Despite signs that Tesla is beginning to turn the corner on production, it faces a new set of woes tomorrow.
Hey Mr Speaker, what's an iPhone?
A UK minister was interrupted by Siri when he was making a speech in the Houses of Parliament today.