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The US' Democratic Party are pushing to pass legislation to boost its semiconductor industry, as part of a US$250bil (RM1.02tril) package meant to improve the country's innovation.
TAIPEI (Reuters) -It is still too early to say whether the major chip companies that operate in Taiwan's tech hub of Hsinchu will be safe from the latest increase in COVID-19 infections, its mayor said, though chip giant TSMC said it had seen no impact so far.
Taiwan's government on Monday approved a US$101 million increase in the investment in Vietnam by Pegatron Corp, a major manufacturing partner of Apple , Microsoft and Sony.
Singapore: Sales of air purifiers surge in recent weeks amid Covid-19 airborne transmission concerns
Retailers have seen a spike in the sales of air purifiers in recent weeks, amid concerns that Covid-19 may spread through airborne transmission in some settings.
NEW YORK: President Joe Biden's strategy to make the United States a powerhouse in electric vehicles will include boosting domestic recycling of batteries to reuse lithium and other metals, according to government officials.
THE chip shortage that is being experienced in the semiconductor sector is expected to have a more pronounced impact on the automotive sector compared with the consumer electronics industry.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): Huawei Technologies Co unveiled long-awaited details of its HarmonyOS software, the operating system intended to take a central role in a consumer electronics market dominated by Google’s Android and Apple Inc.’s iOS.
(Reuters) -Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC) has started construction at a site in Arizona where it plans to spend $12 billion to build a computer chip factory, its chief executive said on Tuesday.
TAIPEI: Intel Corp’s CEO has said it could take several years for a global shortage of semiconductors to be resolved, a problem that has shuttered some auto production lines and is also being felt in other areas, including consumer electronics.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Intel Corp's CEO said on Monday it could take several years for a global shortage of semiconductors to be resolved, a problem that has shuttered some auto production lines and is also being felt in other areas, including consumer electronics.