It's 5 nanometers for 5G, but there's a lot at stake in the race between now and then and plenty of shifting sands. Will ARM have an arm against Intel?
A $44 billion deal is going down the drain because it needs approval from Chinese regulators. The US and China are in a complicated relationship right now.
The largest contract semiconductors company in the world lost out on cryptocurrency mining chips and will rely on selling iPhone chips to make up for it.
The second-largest mainframe enterprise company was snapped up by a semiconductors giant. Does it make sense? Investors take sides (and their money).
It launched a new flagship smartphone that's all about the selfies as usual, but its unique position and obsession has it looking for silicon.
Android bargain hunters should be happy to hear affordable phones will very soon be powered by Snapdragon 632, 439 and 429 processors.
Intel may have to watch its back if Qualcomm is able to land its ambitions next year on a big chipset for laptops and maybe even desktops.
Qualcomm has been a longtime partner with TSMC, but has gone with Samsung as of late. Progress on a new fabrication turned it around.
What would have happened if Broadcom had acquired Qualcomm? Some say we should take a cue from the aftermath of a recent actual acquisition.
The potential move comes in the context of recent trade tensions between the US and China that could be easing up over a few isolated deals.
The San Diego-based semiconductors company is conceding some ground to smartphone manufacturers by offering a patents package at a lower price. But it doesn't mean that flagship phones will cost less soon.
The Taiwanese government recently started cracking down on any potential weapons-related shipments to Chinese tech manufacturer ZTE.
The world's biggest contract chipmaker is apparently facing some tough goings with its biggest client. Most high street analysts say its Apple.
The semiconductors company is looking to cut 4 percent of its staff as part of a cost reduction regime to increase dividends to investors.
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.
Now that Broadcom can't acquire Qualcomm, investors are now looking for more money... or the promises of more money, at the very least.
He's a son of one of the founding members of Qualcomm and could be mounting an attempt to take the company back as a private firm. Shareholders were happy to see him go.
There will be no more attempts by Broadcom to take Qualcomm over, as ordered by US President Donald Trump on national security grounds.
Broadcom CEO Hock Tan was welcomed by the president back in November for announcing that the company would move back to the US from Singapore.
If it looks like Broadcom is getting close to acquiring rival chipmaker Qualcomm, Intel could swoop in and try to take over Broadcom.
$1.5 billion will go into a fund of which its general goal is to foster graduates into the engineering field. This as Broadcom states that it will be passed Qualcomm's baton in 5G.
Broadcom calls out Qualcomm for requesting an investigation into its acquisition campaign. These are two of the largest chipmakers in the wireless and mobile sectors.
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.