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  • AMD might switch from TSMC to Samsung for 3nm process

    AMD might switch from TSMC to Samsung for 3nm process

    TSMC's favourite customer is undoubtedly Apple, as most of its sales belong to the Cupertino-based company. Therefore, the semiconductor manufacturer would leave the best to the tech giant, and it might have made someone jealous. According to a recent reportAMD is considering switching to Samsung for its 3nm products due to the TSMC's special treatment for Apple.

  • MediaTek could be the next to partner with AMD besides Samsung

    MediaTek could be the next to partner with AMD besides Samsung

    It looks like AMD is planning to contribute its technology to another smartphone chip maker besides Samsung. According to the latest report from DigiTimesMediaTek could be the next to enjoy the benefits of the RDNA graphics chip. However, do note that everything is still in the discussion stage, so it's best to not get your hopes up yet.

  • Apple iPhone 13 to be more expensive as TSMC is raising chip prices

    Apple iPhone 13 to be more expensive as TSMC is raising chip prices

    Unfortunately, the upcoming Apple iPhone 13 models are likely to be more expensive compared to the previous generation. Recently, TSMC has notified its customer that it will impose a 20% increase on the price of all technological processes. Since Apple is one of the semiconductor manufacturer's primary customers, it's no doubt that the tech giant would be affected.

  • Qualcomm to take on Apple's M1 chip in the near future

    Qualcomm to take on Apple's M1 chip in the near future

    Based on an official statement by Qualcomm’s CEO, it seems that they will soon be releasing a new product to take on Apple’s M1 chip. The upcoming product will be aims to bring similar performance and efficiency similar to Apple’s M1 chip to Windows laptop and computers.

  • MediaTek strives to beat Apple by announcing the first 4nm processor

    MediaTek strives to beat Apple by announcing the first 4nm processor

    Mobile processor manufacturers like Qualcomm, MediaTek and also Apple are looking forward to getting their first batch of 4nm process to have a head start in the next-generation flagship processors fight. With that said, it is reported that MediaTek is striving to roll out 4nm-based processors before anyone this time, becoming the first to do so in the industry.

  • Entry-level laptops to come with Qualcomm SD 7c Gen 2?

    Entry-level laptops to come with Qualcomm SD 7c Gen 2?

    It seems that Qualcomm has recently unveiled the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 chip which will be embedded into most entry-level laptops and Chromebooks that are priced less than ~RM1200. While not much is known in regards to the exact laptops that will come with the aforementioned chip, it does give us a better idea of what kind of performance to expect from budget-oriented laptops.

  • MacBooks released in H2 2021 to come with Apple's M2 chip

    MacBooks released in H2 2021 to come with Apple's M2 chip

    Based on a report by asia.nikkei.com, it seems that Apple has started production for the Apple M2 chip, which will be embedded in MacBooks that will be released in H2 2021. While not much is known in regards to the performance the new chip will have, it does give us a better idea of what to expect when the MacBooks are unveiled.

  • Future devices equipped with TSMC-made chips could be up to 25% more expensive?

    Future devices equipped with TSMC-made chips could be up to 25% more expensive?

    Based on a report by tweaktown.com, it seems that there was a rumour going around that TSMC could increase the price per wafer by up to 25% in the near future. With that being said, it could potentially affect the prices of products equipped with TSMC-made chips by up to 25% as well.

  • Malware specially developed for the Apple M1 chip might have been spotted

    Malware specially developed for the Apple M1 chip might have been spotted

     Based on a statement by macrumors.com, it seems that a malware made specifically for the Apple M1 chip have been spotted. While it seems that the malware is in its early stages, it does show that Apple chips, just like chips from other manufacturers, are not immune to malware attacks.

  • Microsoft might follow Apple's footsteps and produce their own ARM chips as well

    Microsoft might follow Apple's footsteps and produce their own ARM chips as well

    Based on a statement by gizmodo, it seems that there could be a possibility that Microsoft might unveil their own ARM processors sometimes in the near future. While there is no news on the exact release date of the chips, our source did mention that it will most likely be used for the Azure cloud servers, as well as their Surface laptops.