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Globalfoundries

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GlobalFoundries' NY chip plant to get up to $10B boost

ATIC says it will invest the money over the next to years, which will aid the factory's expansion to produce 20- and 14-nanometer nodes.

By January 3, 2014

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Globalfoundries' $6 billion New York chip plant waits for Apple

Apple could turn upstate New York into a global chipmaking hot spot if its rumored discussions with Globalfoundries bear fruit.

By July 13, 2013

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Ex-Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha named GlobalFoundries chief

The man who oversaw Google's buyout of Motorola Mobility will now be in charge of the international chip manufacturer.

By January 6, 2014

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Apple said to be pointing to GlobalFoundries for chip making

A longtime customer of Samsung, Apple is reportedly looking at other companies to also manufacture its iPhone and iPad chips.

By November 11, 2013

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Apple talking to Globalfoundries about U.S.-based chipmaking, says report

If Apple owned capacity at a fab, it would give the company the kind of control over both design and chip manufacturing that Intel has.

By July 12, 2013

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Samsung, Qualcomm back wearable chip startup

The small Santa Clara, Calif.- startup, Ineda Systems, will make chips for wearables that offer long battery life.

By April 8, 2014

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Apple-Samsung silicon union still strong, chip expert says

For all the bad blood over smartphones, a coziness remains when it comes to Samsung-made chips, says the chief of VLSI Research. "Apple has been ... learned how to work that relationship."

By March 2, 2014

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Still together: New analysis finds Samsung A7 inside iPhone 5S

Apple-Samsung relationship is not over yet: a Nikkei analysis finds Samsung-made A7 inside iPhone 5S.

By December 15, 2013

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Intel opens its factories to ARM chips

Intel will fabricate processors based on its chief competitor ARM's designs as part of a new deal with chip designer Altera and other companies.

By October 30, 2013

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End of Moore's Law: It's not just about physics

A DARPA director argues that the end of the Moore's Law -- which is essentially why you now have a tablet in your hand -- could come about because of insurmountable economic challenges.

By August 28, 2013