TAIPEI, Feb 6- Apple Inc supplier Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd said silicon wafers were damaged at a plant in southern Taiwan where a quake hit early on Saturday, affecting no more than 1 percent of first-quarter shipments. TSMC, whose customers also include Qualcomm Inc, is so far the only major Apple supplier in southern Taiwan to report damage...» Read More
A federal jury on Wednesday found that Marvell Technology Group infringed two patents held by Carnegie Mellon University, and ordered the chipmaker to pay $1.17 billion in damages.
Japan's Renesas Electronics, the world's biggest maker of microcontroller chips, was thrown a lifeline on Monday after gaining 150 billion yen ($1.8 billion) in a government-led bailout.
Paul Jacobs, Chairman & CEO of Qualcomm, discusses his company's better-than-expected earnings, and explains why he is so bullish on the year ahead.
To Jim Cramer, today’s stock market is all about expectations and here's why.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports how Microsoft's disappointing earnings is impacting the tech sector.
The company said it plans to lay off 15 percent of its staff as part of a broader restructuring plan after reporting a worse-than-expected net loss.
Everywhere you look, PC data points are bad, Citigroup semiconductor analyst Glen Yeung told CNBC on Friday.
The chip maker reported earnings that beat analysts' expectations but its projections for third-quarter earnings and revenue fell short of forecasts.
Computers are changing, and Intel will continue to be powering them, CEO Paul Otellini told CNBC Tuesday.
An international trade on the smartphone space ahead of Apple's earnings, with Tim Seymour, Triogem Asset Management.
The chip maker reported a net loss as it tries to win market share in a market dominated by Intel but its earnings and revenue beat expectations. Shares rose.
The second quarter will be a very good quarter for us, says Michael Splinter, Applied Materials chairman/president/CEO, who adds the mobility market is driving growth for the company.
This is a case-by-case market, not one that’s driven by averages, the “Mad Money” host says.
Renesas Electronics and two other big Japanese chip makers have begun talks to combine their system chip operations and outsource production in a government-backed deal, sources said, as pressure mounts for drastic reforms to confront stiff global competition.
Is the semiconductor sector poised for a turnaround after being negative in the second half of 2011? Dan Niles, AlphaOne Capital Partners, discusses.
The Fast Money crew, with the play on Broadcom's earnings, after the market's close.
The play on MasterCard and Visa pushing stores to allow high tech credit and debit cards, with Karen Finerman, Metropolitan Capital Advisors.
TJ Rodgers, Cypress Semiconductor CEO discusses his company's earnings and next quarter's lower expectations, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Rick Hamada, Avnet CEO, discusses his company's earnings, and the forecast for the tech sector in 2012, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer tells investors which five themes to look for in 2012, including; luxury spending; a bottom in the semiconductors; a resurrection of the cloud; Europe as a positive, and the mainstreaming of natural gas as a surface fuel.