Regaining The Edge In U.S. Chip Manufacturing

The United States is developing new strategies to prevent it from falling further behind Korea, Taiwan, and perhaps even China in semiconductor manufacturing, as trade tensions and national security concerns continue to grow. For years, the U.S. has been a leader in the development of new chip products like GPUs and microprocessors. But from a chip manufacturing standpoint, the U.S. is losin... » read more

Week in Review: IoT, Security, Auto

Internet of Things Unmanned aerial vehicles are delivering vaccines to the very remote village of Cook’s Bay, on the island of Erromango, one of 83 volcanic islands in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu. The drones can go from island to island faster than boats, which often are not a travel option during rough weather. Vanuatu this week began its vaccine deliveries by drones with support fr... » read more

The Week In Review: Design/IoT

Numbers ARM's financial results reported revenue in Q2 2015 of $357.1 million, up 15% versus Q2 2014. Half-year revenue in 2015 amounted to $705.2 million, up 15% on H1 2014. ARM's license revenues in Q2 2015 increased by 3% year-on-year to $151.0 million, representing 42% of revenue, while its royalty revenues in Q2 2015 were up 30% on Q2 2014 at $175.9 million, representing 49% of revenue.... » read more