|Job posting implies Apple looking at a health processor|
Job postings from Apple: “We are looking for sensor ASIC architects to help develop ASICs for new sensors and sensing systems for future Apple products,” one reads. “We have openings for analog as well as digital ASIC architects.”
|3 more flaws found on Intel Xeon processor|
Intel released updates to address the issue and said new updates coupled those released earlier in the year will reduce the risk for users, including personal computer clients and data centers.
|U.S. productivity growth at 2.9 percent|
The second-quarter acceleration was accompanied by a much smaller gain of 1.9 percent in the number of hours worked. The combination of stronger output and a smaller increase in hours worked led to the strong increase in productivity.
|5G roll out in India to detlay|
Complete roll-out of 5G in India will be done by 2022. “5G won’t be driven by supply, it’ll be driven by demand and the rest of industry needs to wake up to this.”
|U.S. government agencies bans Huawei and ZTE|
The ban was signed into law today by President Trump as part of the Defense Authorization Act and will go into effect over the next two years.The bill covers anything that is a “substantial or essential component of any system,” as well as tech that is used to route or view user data.
|TSMC achieved 3.9% sales gain regardless of virus incident|
TSMC disclosed previously a computer virus stalling part of its production earlier in August would impact up to 2% of its third-quarter 2018 revenues. At its most-recent investors meeting, the company estimated third-quarter revenues at between US$8.45 billion and US$8.55 billion.