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King of the hill.
21 percent full-year growth.
Could finally replace lithium-ion.
15 times faster machine learning performance.
It's not going to be a factory, company confirms.
Asks creators for voluntary commitments.
Failed to 'manage health threats', it admits.
Bloomberg Businessweek sticking to its story.
Alex wanders around MACH 2018, where some of the finest manufacturing and engineering machines were on display.
Walks away with a £17.24M profit.
Part of its cost reduction efforts.
16,000 patents, two plants, pile of cash.
$1.5 billion, ten-year deal rumoured.
Source claims fabs are going up for sale.
Puts millions aside to kick-start market.
The Raspberry Pi microcomputer is nearly here, as the first 10,000 unit production run begins.
Following the suicides of Foxconn workers, we take a look at the issues involved in tech manufacturing.
We take a look at how Intel crams so much whizz-bang in such a small space
Global Foundries has announced it intends to expand Dresden and New York Fab capacities.
Sony has reportedly signed manufacturing agreements with Foxconn and Pegatron to build the new PS3 Slim.
We took a trip to DongGuan, China, to not only take a nose around Seasonic's Factory, but understand the details of its engineering philosophy too. Want to know where your power supplies come from? Take a look to find out.
While we're in Taipei for Computex, we've dropped in to PC case manufacturer In-Win to have a nose around its latest manufacturing facility and see how this ISO certified, all-Taiwanese company makes its products.
Nvidia said that it is aggressively ramping production on three new GPUs based on TSMC's 40nm manufacturing node.
Intel said this afternoon that if it was to win the suit it filed against Nvidia, it would consider re-negotiating the agreements it has with its rival.
Intel will question AMD over its foundary spin-off because it could effectively invalidate its x86 cross-licensing agreement.
During a conference call this afternoon, AMD confirmed the rumours that have been circulating about its plans to spin off its foundry business into a separate company.
Gigabyte recently invited bit-tech and a few other international journalists to visit one of its factories in Nan-Ping. Read on to find out exactly where that Gigabyte P45 board you want to buy comes from.
Intel, Samsung Electronics and TSMC have collectively agreed to push forwards with plans to move to 450mm wafer production starting in 2012.
Microsoft has announced the release of Windows XP Service Pack 3. The release schedule follows the rumours circulating last week.
Microsoft has announced that Windows Home Server has been released to manufacturing. Systems will ship with the OS installed by October.
AMD has announced that it is on schedule to fully ramp up 65nm production in two of its fabs later this year. 45nm production is also on schedule for a mid-2008 introduction.
AMD CEO Hector Ruiz has already started talking about his company's move to a 45 nanometre manufacturing process.
After attending both Intel and AMD events in the last few weeks, Richard Swinburne reflects on his experiences in Beijing and Tunis before coming to some solid conclusions.
AMD's Vijay Sharma has squashed rumours that R600 would be switched to a 65nm process because of serious current leakage. He also confirmed that the company's AGP bridge chip works with R600 family GPUs, too.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company has announced that its 55nm process technology is ready for use in large scale production runs.
With the rumours surrounding AMD's imminent release of its 65nm dual-core processors, Intel is reportedly playing the one-upmanship game. Intel's first 45nm processors are already sampling.