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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the possible leaked design of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, how Huawei's ban is affecting Samsung and more
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the changes in the camera of the new iPhone XI, Samsung's statement on Broken Galaxy Fold & more
Check out the new processors developed by Intel to be found in the next versions of the MacBook and MacBook Air along with their capabilities
A team of Taiwan researchers and an integrated circuit design house have developed Mipy, the world's smallest and cheapest AI chip.
Samsung will give many smartphones 5G capability with the new Samsung Exynos Modem 5100 that will also be compatible with previous networks
TSMC has announced that the company was hit by a computer virus, generating delays in production and shipping, as well as a possible 3% Q3 revenue loss.
The first Android smartphones powered by Qualcomm's hot new Snapdragon 710 processor will apparently be released by the end of the quarter, possibly supporting various "premium" technologies at an affordable price point.
Samsung made more money between January and March 2018 than ever before, specifically around $14.5 billion in operating profit, but no thanks to the iPhone X.
President Trump's recent blocking of Broadcom's proposed Qualcomm takeover on national security grounds hasn't stopped the company from changing its legal domicile back to the US.
If smartphones powered by Snapdragon 800-series chips are too rich for your blood, but the 600 family feels like too big of a downgrade, Snapdragon 700 SoCs will soon have you covered.
There is absolutely no way Qualcomm will agree to a sale at a reduced price after inching closer to its own NXP acquisition, deemed an obvious value enhancer.
Qualcomm may well kill two birds with one stone by offering NXP more cash for a long-in-the-making acquisition, also keeping potential buyer Broadcom at bay.
Samsung Electronics might be making crazy amounts of money right now, but an "unprecedented crisis inside out" continues to shake up its management.
For the first time in almost 25 years, someone other than Intel leads the semiconductor industry. The new king is Samsung, and its 2017 crown looks safe.
One of the reasons Apple needed so much time to launch the long-rumored 10.5-inch iPad Pro is likely this super-small TSMC-made A10X SoC.
The world's top manufacturer of smartphone displays is sure not resting on its laurels, spending fortunes on OLED and chip-making factories.
Intel can probably kiss that 24 year-old chipmaking crown goodbye already, as Samsung moves closer and closer to taking over control of the market.