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Wellness

This chip goes under your skin and monitors your health

Health technology: New subcutaneous biosensor chip monitors health and medicine dosage then sends all your health data to your smartphone.

Food News

England gets shop serving only potato chip sandwiches

At Mr. Crisp, customers can choose from 50 varieties of chip flavours.

Lifestyle

Tiny chip with great potential

Malaysia Microchip, the smallest radio frequency identification chip with an on-board antenna in the world, has everybody talking about what its applications can do for the industry and mankind.

Business

Samsung Elec says weak chip demand pushed Q4 profit well below market estimates

SEOUL: Samsung Electronics surprised the market on Tuesday with an estimated 29 percent drop in quarterly profit, blaming weak chip demand in a rare commentary issued to "ease confusion" among investors already fretting about a global tech slowdown.

Business

Twists and turns in Toshiba's chip business sale

TOKYO: Toshiba Corp is unlikely to seal a long-awaited US$17.3 billion (13.38 billion pounds)deal to sell its memory chip unit by its self-imposed deadline of Aug 31, as a last-minute offer on Wednesday left executives comparing rival offers with hours to go.

Business

Samsung Q3 profit likely hit record high but chip price falls cast shadow

SEOUL: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said quarterly operating profit likely surged by a fifth to a record high, with its chip unit bolstered by robust demand from data centres and gains in production yields.

Corporate News

SK Hynix echoes TSMC with warning of slower mobile chip growth

SEOUL: SK Hynix Inc became Asia's second major semiconductor maker this earnings season to warn of slower growth in smartphone chip sales, but said this would be offset somewhat by robust demand for server and other high-end chips.

TECH

Intel shelves cutting-edge Arizona chip factory

Intel Corp, hit by slumping personal computer sales, has put off opening a major chip factory that President Barack Obama once held up as an example of US manufacturing potential.

Corporate News

Western Digital offers to exit Toshiba chip bid for better JV terms

TOKYO: Western Digital Corp has offered to drop out of a group bidding for Toshiba's coveted flash memory chip business to take a stronger position in their joint venture instead, two sources familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.

Business

South Korea's Samsung Elec develops 'world's smallest' DRAM chip

SEOUL: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Wednesday it has developed the world's smallest DRAM chip, widening its technical lead on competitors as it tracks towards a record operating profit in 2017 driven by the semiconductor business.