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South Korean ex-workers file for industrial disease claims 2014-11-10
Nineteen South Korean electronics companies' workers and family members filed for industrial accident compensation. Eight of the applicants are suffering from leukaemia or a disease similar to it, while others have brain tumours, breast cancer, and acute renal failure, among other ailments  
Quantum Materials to intensify quantum dot prod'n 2014-11-10
The company signed an agreement with STAR Park to quadruple the company's quantum dot production space when the modern lab and offices are completed on or before June 2015.  
0.18um low power manufacturing process aimed at IoT 2014-11-10
The low-power premium process from MagnaChip targets mobile, wearables, wireless sensors and energy harvesting applications, which are crucial for the growth of Internet of Things space  
Apple blames TLC NAND for iPhone 6 defects, picks substitute 2014-11-10
The U.S. tech giant believes a problem in the controller IC of the TLC NAND flash causes the numerous failings of the 64GB iPhone 6 and the 128GB iPhone 6+  
Drastic changes are expected in 2014 top 20 IC supplier rank 2014-11-10
The top 20 global semiconductor sales ranking for 2014 includes eight suppliers headquartered in the U.S., three in Japan, three in Europe, three in Taiwan, two in South Korea and one in Singapore.  
More trouble ahead for Qualcomm? 2014-11-10
Qualcomm reported earnings and revenues slightly below Wall Street expectations for its fourth quarter this week, and it gave cheery guidance for its next quarter and next fiscal year. So why did the chip maker's share price fall by 6 per cent immediately after the announcement?  
Globalfoundries taps Invecas for 14nm FinFET node race 2014-11-07
Invecas is now boning up on Globalfoundries' 14nm FinFET process, for which it aims to develop logic libraries and interface IP.  
Mobile payments? There's now Android for that 2014-11-07
After helping Apple with its NFC-enabled mobile payment feature, NXP launches a solution to implement the same functionality of Apple Pay for Android devices  
TI expands presence in China with 300mm bumping facility 2014-11-07
The company's new 300mm wafer bumping facility will rise in a second shell that came with the Chengdu site TI purchased back in 2010. The facility is scheduled to begin production in early 2016.  
AllSeen Alliance adds new members to make headway in IoT 2014-11-07
The collaboration is rapidly building out its membership to target various areas of opportunity in the Internet of Everything such as security, connected lighting and networking infrastructure  
BlackEnergy malware worms into SCADA systems 2014-11-06
The malware infects human-machine interfaces—which provide operator access to and control of the devices within supervisory control and data acquisition system (SCADA)—having a direct connection to the Internet  
After Samsung, Google shares patent rights with LG 2014-11-06
Google and LG signed a deal that will allow both companies to utilise each other's existing and future patents, a move than is seen as a way to prevent patent infringement lawsuits in the future.  
Quantum dot LED 3D printed using five various materials 2014-11-06
Exhibiting pure and tunable colour emission properties, the QD-LED demonstrates that diverse classes of materials can be 3D printed and fully integrated into device components with active properties  
Backside-illuminated CMOS image sensor optimised for UV light 2014-11-06
Imec developed an innovative anti-reflective coating (ARC) for BSI CMOS image sensors to target new markets such as life sciences and industrial inspection.  
Sore spot: Qualcomm goes after China 2014-11-06
A cell phone chip maker and the Chinese government appear to be eyeball-to-eyeball in a patent dispute, waiting for someone to blink. Qualcomm claimed Chinese phone makers failed to report more than $100 million in handset sales.  
How to turn fabless runts into world's largest vendors 2014-11-06
In the early 1990s, semiconductor companies that didn't own their own fabs were considered runts. Today at least five of them rank among the world's largest chip vendors. Some of the credit for the shift goes to the sector's trade group, which will celebrate its 20th anniversary soon  
Button batteries to wear kid-safe coating 2014-11-05
The insulator, quantum tunnelling composite, is a rubberlike material that prevents the batteries from generating a current inside the human body but would still be able to power a device.  
Beware of the Thing: Seven alarming IoT what-ifs 2014-11-05
Connectivity is desirable, or so they say. Researchers have recently offered a glimpse of potentially scary security scenarios that could unfold in the not too distant future  
Asia Pacific semiconductor sales up 2.5% from September 2014-11-05
Asia Pacific continues to deliver upbeat month-on-month semiconductor sales, with a 2.5 per cent increase from $16.57 billion in September. Meanwhile, total global revenues reached $87 billion during the third quarter of 2014, an increase of 5.7 per cent over the previous quarter  
Start-up vows to halve SSD cost 2014-11-04
A new solid state disc controller is capable of handling 5TB of flash memory on a single PCB. The start-up behind the IC aims to solve issues around fast updates in flash and limited bus speeds by taking the problem to a "higher level of abstraction  
Times Ten: TSMC takes FinFET lead, October spooky projections 2014-11-04
Every month, our editors look at the hottest news items, and we let you know if you have to catch up on them. From fast-charging batteries to mergers and acquisitions in the semiconductor industry, here's what you might have missed in October.  
Virtual sensors enable self-maintaining machines 2014-11-04
Germany's Industry 4.0 initiative aims to develop industrial machinery with built-in intelligence based on smart self-monitoring functions.  
Interconnected MIPS, GPUs on Imagination's horizon 2014-11-04
Imagination Technologies is looking to develop technology that would combine its latest multi-core MIPS processors with large arrays of its PowerVR graphics processors (GPUs  
Vietnamese start-up forays into smart home market 2014-11-04
Lumi Vietnam developed an integrated smart solutions package based on capacitive sensing technology. The solutions are positioned to increase the Vietnamese companies' share in the country's smart home market dominated by foreign companies.  
Intel pays $15 for every Willamette P4 owner 2014-11-04
The tech giant has agreed to a $15 settlement in a class action lawsuit claiming that Intel manipulated benchmark scores to show that its Pentium 4 chip was faster and better than the competition.  
Adding 'smart' to Asia's power grid 2014-11-03
The installation of modern electronics to assist in better generation, delivery and consumption of electrical energy is picking up within the region, promising to prevent power outages, conserve energy and support green undertakings  
SunPower grows presence in China with second joint venture 2014-11-03
The U.S.-based solar systems manufacturer is investing $20 million in a power venture that will construct at least 3GW of solar plants in China's Sichuan province  
Vietnam relies on sun for water supply 2014-11-03
The country is looking to use solar energy systems to power pumps in water stations, which have never been used to their full capacity because of electricity outages  
Start-ups, robotics research drive YC founder 2014-11-03
Each year Y Combinator gives seed funds to a few dozen start-ups and coaches them along to their first prototype demos. The start-up incubator has funded a whopping 740 or more start-ups to date, including hits such as AirBnB, Dropbox, Pebble, and Reddit.  
Five ways to foster efficient supply chain relationships 2014-10-31
Supply-chain networks are the lifeblood of electronics companies. This is why it is always an advantage to build streamlined and collaborative connections among all those involved. Here are five tips on how  


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