|Facial Recognition to replace Touch ID ?|
Though it is still uncertain whether the new iPhone releases will have enhanced Touch ID capabilities, facial recognition, or a possible combination, the move aims to enhance security for Apple users.
|Samsung released finding report on Note 7 batteries|
The main cause of the incident was deflections in the negative electrode in the first batch of batteries, while melted copper was found in the second batch, due to a short circuit that occurred during welding.
|Apple to delay new iPad|
three iOS powered tablets rumored to arrive in the second quarter this year, might not show up until the second half of the year. In fact, the trio of tablets might not even be unveiled until the second half of 2017. It appears that Apple is still mulling over its plans.
|China see the the importance of memory industry|
On one front, three multinational companies—Intel, Samsung and SK Hynix—are expanding their memory production in fabs within China. On a second front, China hopes to get its own domestic memory sector off the ground, and for good reason.
|Hope on Trump to balance Chinese semiconductor agression|
The U.S. government will need to identify areas in which the diffusion of particular semiconductor technologies, or control of particular companies, poses intolerable national-security risks that cannot be mitigated through steps short of stopping their acquisition
|FTC sued Qualcomm on antitrust|
The FTC complaint accused Qualcomm of refusing to license some standard essential patents to rival chipmakers, and of entering into an exclusive deal with Apple Inc.