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TSMC to Begin Production of 'iPhone 8' and 'iPhone 7s' A11 Chip in April

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

The A11 chips will be built on a 10-nanometer FinFET manufacturing process and are packed with a “wafer-level integrated fan-out” technology, according to a report by the Economic Daily News (via… 431 more words

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U.S. suitors get major advantage as Japan to vet bidders in Toshiba chip sale over national security risks

”The Japanese government, fretting over the future of Toshiba Corp’s flagship memory chips unit, is prepared to block a sale to bidders it deems a risk to national security, sources said, a stance that gives U.S. 234 more words

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Foxconn and TSMC Team Up to Bid on Toshiba's NAND Flash Unit

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

The partnership could perhaps give TSMC and Foxconn the tools to gain a serious foothold in the flash memory market that’s currently dominated by Samsung. 421 more words

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Apple's iPhone 8 build plans changes TSMC's schedule

”We are reducing our June quarter earnings-per-share estimate for Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, but increasing second-half EPS estimates to reflect the change in Apple’s iPhone 8 build plans,” Susquehanna Financial Group writes for Barron’s. 174 more words

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Millimeter-Scale Computers: Now With Deep Learning Neural Networks on Board

@tachyeonz : One of several varieties of University of Michigan micro motes. This one incorporates 1 megabyte of flash memory. Computer scientist David Blaauw pulls a small plastic box from his bag. 27 more words

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Looking forward to the iPhone 8? We have good news

A report said a few days ago that poor yields for 10nm chips might impact the launch of several high-profile smartphones next year, including next-gen iPads and iPhones. 320 more words

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TSMC yield issues could hinder launch of Apple's next-gen iPads

”Both Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company’s and Samsung’s 10nm processes have reached lower-than-expected yield rates, according to industry sources,” Josephine Lien and Jessie Shen report for DigiTimes. 143 more words

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