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2015-04-16 Teardown: Galaxy S6 Edge exceeds build cost of iPhone 6 Plus
According to the latest teardown from IHS, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone has a manufacturing cost amounting to $5.60 while the iPhone 6 Plus only costs $4.01 to build.
2015-04-02 Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Hot curves or just a gimmick?
As a Samsung flagship smartphone, Galaxy S6 Edge is expected to be a premium device, not to mention the novelty of the curved glass that wraps around from the main display to both edges of the phone.
2015-04-10 Galaxy S6 teardown: Discovering Samsung's Shannon chip
Speculations that Samsung is cutting its ties with Qualcomm give further credence to claims that the Korean company will be using its Shannon chipset to more devices, even the flagship ones.
2016-03-15 Galaxy S7 gets upgrade but few innovations
Samsung furnishes its latest Galaxy smartphone with a faster chipset, a better camera, better water resistance and other improvements, but no earth-shaking new features
2015-03-06 Trouble brewing for Samsung, smartphones
The new Samsung phones don't have enough panache to shift momentum away from iPhone 6. Worse, Samsung's 14nm yields are low, making the process unprofitable for many months to come.
2015-07-31 Samsung's Q2 results: A sign of smartphone slowdown?
Samsung Electronics warned of mounting challenges ahead as its mobile unit again depressed the quarterly results, despite strong growth in the company's semiconductor business.
2015-03-02 Samsung smartphones tout 14nm Exynos SoC
Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will use an Exynos 7 octacore processor with four cores running at 1.5GHz and four at 2.1GHz. These are 35 per cent more energy efficient than those in the Galaxy Note 4.
2015-04-27 Qualcomm looks for new revenue source
Qualcomm is heavily dependent on a single market segment (smartphones), while its revenues are susceptible to the whims of the two top-tier smartphone vendorsApple and Samsung.
2015-08-17 Samsung phones feature Exynos 7, wireless charging
The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge use a 64bit 14nm Exynos 7 octacore processor with four cores running at 1.5GHz and four at 2.1GHz in systems featuring fast charging capability.
2015-04-02 Wireless power industry to grow by leaps and bounds in 2015
IHS forecasts that global revenues for wireless power receivers and transmitters will grow to more than $1.7 billion in 2015.
2015-03-19 Wireless charging to make headway in 2015
PowerbyProxi unveiled an evaluation kit that supports both Resonant Qi and Inductive Qi modes, enabling OEMs to integrate the WPCs Qi standard into their smartphones and other devices.
2015-06-26 What are the advantages of using USB Type-C?
Using the USB Type-C allows manufacturers to deliver power, data and display over a single connector, cable and port. It is good for over 100W, high-speed data and a 4K display.
2015-04-17 TSMC slashes $1B to 2015 capex
TSMC, which in January weighed in with the chip industry's largest planned layout for expansion this year, said that its revised 2015 capex will fall within a range of $10.5 billion and $11 billion.
2015-01-20 TSMC gets negative outlook from analysts
Lower unit demand from Qualcomm will lead to lower fab loading during the second and third quarters of this year. TSMC will also face stiff competition to its 16nm chips from Samsung's 14nm offerings.
2015-04-09 TSMC announces plans for 10nm, 16nm tech
TSMC is set to release a compact, low-power version of its 16nm FinFET process and shared its road map for smaller process nodes and will begin construction of a new 10nm fab next year.
2014-11-14 TSMC 'ahead of schedule' in 16FF+ production
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. has entered risk production for its 16nm FinFET Plus process, which, according to analysts, is yet another sign that the chip foundry is ahead of schedule with its first 3D chips that will be at the core of smaller, more powerful mobile devices.
2015-11-23 South Korea claims Qualcomm licensing is unlawful
Qualcomm said in a statement that the allegations and conclusions contained in the Examiner's Report are not supported by the facts and are a serious misapplication of law.
2015-04-23 Smartphones, connectivity space boost Broadcom sales in Q1
Broadcom's net income for Q1 was $209 million, or $0.34 per share, compared to $390 million, or $0.64 per share, for 4Q14, while broadband and connectivity revenue was up 13 per cent.
2015-04-27 Slowing mobile market looks to smart watches for growth
Over the next five years, both smartphones and tablets will slump to single-digit growth levels but smart watches could rise to annual sales of 300 to 400 million units, analyst Linley Gwennap forecast.
2016-01-22 Sensor hub market bolstered by iPhone 6S
The overall market for all types of sensor hubs will exceed one billion units in 2015, rising to nearly two billion in 2018, according to IHS, with iPhone 6S paving the way.
2015-05-04 Samsung steals smartphone lead from Apple
The South Korean company saw a surge in handset shipments during Q1 that catapulted it ahead of Apple, which Strategy Analytics pegged shipments at 83.2 million, beating 61 million for Apple's iPhones.
2015-04-20 Samsung details 14nm FinFET strategy
The Korean company made significant headway when it shipped its first 14nm FinFET chip, beating TSMC to become the second chipmaker after Intel to pave the road for 14nm technology.
2015-07-28 Qualcomm layoff spurred by activist investor letter
A letter Jana Partners wrote helped pull Qualcomm executives toward their restructuring plan, a letter that pointed out Qualcomm missed the mark with its latest Snapdragon smartphone processor.
2015-06-16 PC, chip demand in Q2 plunge to almost 20%
Although the iPhone supply chain and the automotive market offer some respite to the industry, chip demand also is weak for tablets, TVs and many Android phones, reported Deutsche Bank.
2015-03-12 More than 100 tapeouts use 16nm FinFET-based process
Synopsys said the latest chips include a quad ARM Cortex-A72 device made in TSMC's 16nm process, while Cadence unveiled a physical design tool that touts significant speed ups in FinFET and planar processes.
2015-03-27 Micron, Intel tout 3D NAND flash chips
Micron and Intel developed their own 3D NAND flash chips, which will sell as chips and in solid-state drives. It will pack 256Gbits into vertical NAND chips using MLC and 384Gbits in TLC versions.
2015-08-13 LTE carrier aggregation gains ground in Asia
The spectrum available is often a patchwork of several different bands. To deliver on the high-bandwidth demand, Asia's operators are stitching bands together through carrier aggregation.
2015-05-05 Lattice-Silicon Image union opens door for FPGA, ASSP fusion
Darin Billerbeck, CEO of Lattice, describes the acquisition of Silicon Image as an ideal match between an FPGA company and an ASSP vendor. The merger may have pushed Intel to set its eyes on Altera.
2015-09-21 Apple plans to divvy up 14/16nm orders among foundries
Apple is expected to allocate its orders for 14/16nm products this year and next as part of a strategy to gain pricing power over foundry suppliers such as Samsung and TSMC.
2015-04-29 Apple CEO sees more opportunity on top of $58B Q2 sales
Profits were $13.6 billion, despite the fact iPhone and Mac sales dropped nearly 20 per cent each from the previous (very strong) quarter and iPad sales plummeted 40 per cent.
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