Shoppers are bracing themselves for a more expensive holiday shopping season due to supply chain issues.Read more
AMD said the company was able to overcome the global chip shortage by preparing ahead of time and predicting demand...Read more
The Federal Aviation Administration and NASA have developed a system to smooth takeoffs and landings, eliminating delays and unnecessary emissions.Read more
A new report by the Institute of New Economic Thinking at Oxford University suggests that previous projections of energy costs...Read more
Intel CEO said that the company will spend up to €80 billion over the next decade for chip production in...Read more
Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Amazon are seeking to meet with Malaysian Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob to ask that foreign...Read more
Researchers at Tata Consultancy Services have found that business leaders significantly underestimate the level of innovation needed to be competitive...Read more
Marvell CEO told media that customers were willing to accept price increases in exchange for a stable chip offering.Read more
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