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Eight years ago, the independent American journalist Matt Taibbi outlined what he thought was the best use which journalists could be put to.

Published in Open Sauce

The former chairman and chief executive of the globe's biggest semiconductor fab, which has had a manufacturing plant in Oregon for 25 years, has warned that it may not be possible to reproduce the success enjoyed by his company in any other country, pointing to the fact that costs are 50% higher in Oregon than in Taiwan.

A veteran of the semiconductor industry has cast doubts on whether the US$52 billion allocated by the US for investment in its chip industry will be enough to rebuild a complete supply chain in the country.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The founder of the world's biggest semiconductor fab says it may be impossible to replicate what has been done in Taiwan in other parts of the world, including the US.

After the last decade of mostly incremental changes and 7nm missteps, along with getting its butt seriously kicked by AMD, Intel's CEO Pat Gelsinger has announced an ‘IDM 2.0’ strategy for manufacturing, innovation and product leadership. Is Intel back?

Published in Development

The US obsession with Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies may be well-intentioned, but could end up seriously harming the country's economy and national security, a senior adviser and trustee chair in Chinese Business and Economics at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC, says, in an article written as a brief for the Centre and sent to subscribers of The China Wire website in its weekly email titled "What we're reading this week".

Published in Government Tech Policy

Three US senators from the Democratic Party have asked the federal government to disclose what incentives it has promised to the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company to get the company to set up shop in the US.

Published in Government Tech Policy

New restrictions on the use of American products, imposed by the Commerce Department on Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei Technologies, have been described as arbitrary and pernicious by the company.

Published in Government Tech Policy

ANALYSIS The announcement by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company on Friday that it will set up a plant in Arizona to manufacture chips means that it will now be easier for China's Huawei Technologies to obtain semiconductors from the company.

Published in Government Tech Policy

In what will be seen as a win for US President Donald Trump, the chip manufacturer Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company is set to announce that it will be opening a factory in Arizona.

Published in Government Tech Policy

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