|Nanya see continue growth on DRAM|
DRAM demand looks healthy in the second half of this year, buoyed by demand from flagship mobile phones featuring artificial intelligence and facial recognition, data centers requiring bigger data storage and 4K television sets.
|TSMC expects revenue growth through Q4|
TSMC's revenues are expected to increase at a moderate pace sequentially in the third quarter before reaching an all-time high in the fourth quarter. Shipments for the new iPhones will remain a significant contributor to the foundry's sales performance in the second half of 2018.
|F35 tactical fighter at bargan prices|
The goal has been to reduce the cost of an F-35 to $80 million by 2020 so the price will be comparable with fourth-generation fighter jets. The F-35, a fifth-generation jet, is considered to be one of the most technologically advanced military jets in the world.
|What's next now that the ZTE ban is lifted|
White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), moderator of the Semicon West panel will list critical technologies, many rooted in semiconductors, along with broad ideas for how to promote and protect them with a collection of investments, security measures and international collaborations.
|Apple contributes to renewable energy fund in China|
"Apple’s mission has never wavered. We are here to change the world... it’s why we continuously strive to do more with less—reducing our impact on the Earth we all share, while expanding and redefining the possibilities ahead,"
|Google lose chip design guru to Facebook|
FaceBook hired Shahriar Rabii to be a vice president and its head of silicon. Rabii previously worked at Google, where he helped lead the team in charge of building chips for the company’s devices, including the Pixel smartphone’s custom Visual Core chip.
|Airbus is on-hold waiting for details on Brexit|
The pan-European aerospace giant is one of Britain’s biggest manufacturers, employing 14,000 people at 25 sites, including 6,000 at Broughton in north Wales. It also supports more than 100,000 jobs in the wider supply chain and spent £5bn with more than 4,000 UK suppliers last year.
|SoftBank certifies MediaTek NarrowBand IoT for Japan|
MediaTek's technology enables IoT devices to work on batteries. As a result of these tests, MediaTek's NB-IoT chipset has been validated for use on the SoftBank network, paving the way for low-power connected devices on Japan's leading wireless network.