Apple’s China problem, Nvidia’s GPU workaround, lidar industry consolidation begins.
To forestall decoupling, the U.S. and China must maintain their lines of communications.
Startup Eliyan claims its technology addresses the need for commercially viable die-to-die interconnects in standard organic packaging, targeting high-performance computing requirements.
As others follow Ford’s lead, the emphasis now will be greater automation of highway driving with heavy reliance on driver monitoring.
The promise of government subsidies is causing international players to give the subcontinent another look, but infrastructure and other problems are an impediment to foundry launches.
U.S. clarifies technology export controls aimed at China, EV maker Zeekr targets Europe.
The current U.S.-China chip war is a world apart from an earlier American-Japanese semiconductor conflict.
Intel is betting on a lead role in the revitalization of U.S. and E.U. chip manufacturing, but it risks alienating a critical customer base.
If the shuttering of Argo AI marked the end of the beginning, the beginning of the end is the realization that technological development in the automotive industry is always an iterative process.
Author Charles Murray unearths the twists and turns in perfecting battery technology powering the shift to electric vehicles.
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