Apple must regret wasting its cash on its own chips
Intel cleans its old partner’s clock
Fruity Cargo Cult Apple made a big thing of the fact that it was replacing Intel Chips with its own technology.
Intel will have to face the music on defective chips
Fails to get Meltdown and Spectre cases thrown out
Chipzilla will have to go to court and defend itself against claims it knew its microprocessors were defective and failed to tell customers.
Carmakers need to modernise their chips
Too large and stupid, and the chips
Carmakers are too dependent on ancient chips and transistors and need to modernise, according to Intel chief executive Pat Gelsinger.
Huawei leans on Chinese electronics
US trade war harms US electronics companies
American tech companies are getting the go-ahead to resume business with Chinese smartphone giant Huawei but it may be too late as the outfit has moved on and is seeing other people.
AMD sees increases in market share
Wall Street is scribbling the letters AMD on its list of top-performing shares, according to financial magazine Barrons.
AMD results show marked improvement
Shut your mouth Intel and look at my wad!
AMD has surprised Wall Street and Intel fanboys by reporting better than expected first quarter results.
Samsung booms as chip sales slow
Record first-quarter profit
Samsung Electronics has recorded at a record first quarter profit on Friday, but market reaction was muted due to growing concerns that the semiconductor boom that has driven the South Korean tech giant’s earnings is about to end.
Chip growth to fall in 2018
Good news and bad news
A forecast from organisation the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) estimates that semiconductor sales in 2018 will only grow by 9.5 percent.
Intel sued 32 times over flaws
Spectre and Meltdown attracts lawyers like flies
Chipzilla has said that shareholders and customers had filed 32 class action lawsuits against the company in connection with recently-disclosed security flaws in its microchips.
Intel flattens inside the box
Spins things a different way
Chip giant Intel always looks on the bright side. Or, to put it another way, it spins the news to pretend things are better than they actually are.