Exploring the intended and unintended consequences of technology innovation
In 2017 Volvo promised self-driving cars for sale by 2021. Here’s what happened.
With global technology supply chains suddenly one miscalculation away from seizing up, is building a foundry the answer?
Euro batteries, chip stocks, declining smartphone demand.
Intel’s second quarter results were the worst in years, triggering questions about its future
President Biden lauds passage, expects to sign semiconductor legislation in coming days.
Renesas grew strongly in the second quarter but the Japanese chip maker said market uncertainties and unusual orders cloud its outlook.
We asked Rick O’Connor what motivated him to launch Open Hardware Group, and why the world needs it?
Geopolitical competition with China forged bipartisan support for U.S. subsidies targeting semiconductor manufacturing and R&D.
Innovation has devolved from a term that means ‘making something new from something old’ into a sort of rhetorical furniture polish.
Volkswagen’s Cariad software unit has struck a deal with STMicroelectronics and TSMC. The partnership presents advantages and pitfalls for all parties
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