2020-08-11 - Michael Azoff 

Deep Learning: What the AI Chip Market Is All About

With 80 startups and 34 established players, the AI chip market is clearly unsustainable in its current form. Why is…

2020-08-07 - Bill Schweber

Solar Energy Harvesting: No Such Thing as a Free Lunch?

An experiment with solar-powered outdoor lamps was conducted to see if solar energy harvesting works well and what limits the…

2020-08-06 - Daniel Browning

US-China Trade War Reshapes Global Electronics Supply Chain

While the shifting political landscape and subsequent tension between America and China is no secret, the ripple effect is harder…

2020-08-04 - Junko Yoshida

Nvidia-Arm Deal: Does It Make Technological Sense?

The proposed Nvidia-Arm deal is no longer an idle speculation but appears real. So the next question is: does it…

2020-08-03 - Junko Yoshida

US-China Cold War: How Did We Even Get Here?

The history of U.S.-China relations has been laced with a series of often gratuitous tit-for-tat trade sanctions. How did we…

2020-07-30 - Bolaji Ojo

It’s Time for Intel to Double Down on Foundry Business

Intel Corp. dropped the ball. It should today be the world’s biggest semiconductor foundry; not TSMC. This can still change…

2020-07-29 - George Leopold

How the US-China Tech Cold War Is Deepening

Semiconductors are the chokepoint in the coming U.S.-China Technology Cold War, a conflict that’s guaranteed to have unforeseen consequences...

2020-07-22 - Thomas Wong

Is Moore’s Law Actually Slowing Down?

Moore’s Law, the tenet that the number of transistors on a chip will double every 18-24 months, has driven the…

2020-07-21 - Colin Barnden

Blog: What Is Going On At Mercedes?

What is going on at Mercedes? I’m lost for words at developments coming out of Stuttgart these last couple of…

2020-07-20 - Ann R. Thryft

Cloud Cybersecurity Risks Rise with Remote Workers

The huge expansion in remote workers caused by pandemic-related shelter-in-place orders is starting to look not so temporary. It has…