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As US officials continue to bear down on drone maker DJI over concerns on data safety, users wanting value-for-money options argue the need for strong competition and affordable products in the category.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd has received approval to set up a chip plant in Japan, Taiwan's investment commission of the ministry of economic affairs, which approved the investment, said in a statement on Monday.
Apple became the first US company to hit US$3tril in market value, as tech companies saw their profits soar during the pandemic.
(Reuters) - Nvidia Corp on Tuesday said that it would give away software for free to artists and other creators building virtual worlds for the metaverse and that it has made technology deals with several marketplaces where artists sell the three-dimensional content they create.
The semiconductor industry is attempting to move out of its boom-and-bust cycles, targeting more sustained growth as demand for chips diversify beyond computers and mobile devices.
(Reuters) - Major automakers like General Motors Co, Ford Motor Co and Volvo Cars deepened ties with key technology partners this week to gird for the fight against electric car challenger Tesla Inc and Apple Inc as it revs up to enter the market.
(Reuters) -Chipmaker Intel Corp on Monday appointed Micron Technology Inc finance head David Zinsner as its chief financial officer and executive vice president.
In 2022, the world of technology is likely to see some major changes thanks to innovations such as the metaverse or blockchain. On top of that, electric vehicles and the right to repair could also prove major transformations for society.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwanese chip firm TSMC expects strong growth to accelerate in coming years due to booming semiconductor demand, as the tech giant on Thursday reported a record quarterly profit and said it plans to spend at least a third more than last year.
(Reuters) - Microchip design software maker Cadence Design Systems Inc is betting on growth from automakers and other chip users strapped by global supply shortages who face mounting competition from rivals such as Tesla Inc and Apple Inc that design their own chips.