The FTC has flagged concerns over the Nvidia-Arm deal, much like its UK and European counterparts.
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Beyond increasing chip output, Taiwan's largest chip maker earned net income of NT$134.36 billion for the second quarter ended June 30.
LG has agreed to license all of its LTE standard essential patents to Wiko's parent company, Tinno Mobile.
The new fab is expected to start producing chips with the 22 and 28nm processes by 2024.
An in-depth competition investigation into the Nvidia-Arm deal will commence after initial findings revealed 'real problems' with the deal.
Acknowledging there are no major Australian players in the global semiconductor industry, the NSW government is hoping a new hub will improve the feasibility of larger scale work in this sector down the road.
Lenovo's Yoga laptop refreshes will be packed with AMD silicon.