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IBM has licensed technology for making 45-nanometer chips to Shanghai-based Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation.
Spansion's CEO says its "charge-trapping" idea will save the flash industry. Now he's reaching out to partners.
The chipmaker has labs and testing facilities in China. In a few years, it will make chips there too.
Past Intel investments in the Asian nation have made clear both the potential and the pitfalls.
If you put money into Israel's answer to acne, or the world poker tournament, your friends with Google stock wouldn't be able to brag about their newfound wealth.
Taiwan wins a round in its semiconductor-manufacturing war with China, but the war is far from over.
Will China honor its WTO obligations? Its decision to ax a disputed value added tax for chips suggests it might.
The Taiwanese foundary discloses new documents in its suit against China's SMIC, including statements that the majority of one of SMIC's manufacturing process was copied.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. plans to increase participation in chip designs to eliminate problems companies face in getting their products to market.