Price hikes look less likely
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that TSMC might reduce the cost of chips made using its new 3nm process rather than jacking it up as expected.
Not even 3nm technology can save it
TSMC is seeing a slowdown in orders from its leading customers, affecting the company's results starting in the fourth quarter of 2022.
China no longer depends on Dutch or US tech
Huawei is now able to create chips using extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUV) which means that it finally has a foot in the door of serious chip development.
Having a party today
TSMC is flinging a party today to celebrate the opening of its 3nm semiconductor production.
Chip price hikes expected
TSMC's SRAM Scaling has slowed tremendously and while new fabrication nodes are expected to increase performance, cut down power consumption, and increase transistor density prices are likely to rise.
Will be opened in 2024
TSMC has promised it will make 4nm chips at its semiconductor fab in Arizona, when it opens in 2024.
TSMC will increase its prices and laugh all the way to the bank
The next generation of chips made with TSMC's new tech will be much more pricy and this cost will be passed on to consumers.
Turns out it is sticking to the Far East after all
While the Tame Apple Press was singing how wonderful it was that Apple was going to be making its chips in America again, it turns out that they were just peddling marketing.
Steve Jobs spins in an unmarked grave
The fruity cargo cult Apple is so strapped for chips that it is thinking of having them made in the US.
ARM Cortex-X3 prime core and Immortalis G715 GPU with hardware ray tracing
MediaTek has unveiled its latest flagship smartphone SoC, the Dimensity 9200. Built on TSMC 4nm (N4P) manufacturing process, this is also the first SoC to feature the ARM Cortex-X3 core based on ARMv9 architecture, as well as the new Immortalis-G715 GPU with hardware-based ray tracing.