Next-generation Xbox might be delayed to 2014 due to chip production issues
Next-generation Xbox might be delayed to 2014 due to chip production issues
                                   

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Qualcomm and Apple denied exclusive access to TSMC foundry for CPUs or baseband chips?

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. Apple and Qualcomm were denied, according to Bloomberg, when they tried to obtain exclusive chip production rights from Taiwanese Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. Both put forward more than $1 billion in investments so TSMC would pledge production capacity to them, but the manufacturer rebuffed the bid to keep versatile in chip yielding....
Qualcomm and Apple denied exclusive access to TSMC foundry for CPUs or baseband chips?
Apple and Qualcomm rebuffed in $1bn bids for exclusive TSMC chip supplies

Apple Unsuccessfully Tried to Purchase Exclusive Access to TSMC Chip Production for iOS Devices

www.macrumors.com
Bloomberg reports that Apple and Qualcomm each put forth investment bids topping $1 billion in attempting to secure exclusive access to chip supplies from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), but the bids were declined as TSMC has sought to retain flexibility for its production. While Apple's effort has so far...
Apple Unsuccessfully Tried to Purchase Exclusive Access to TSMC Chip Production for iOS Devices

Samsung to spend $4B on overhauling Austin chip plant

www.electronista.com
Samsung has announced that it will spend roughly $4 billion overhauling its chip manufacturing plant in Austin, Texas, Reuters reports. The company plans to renovate is current production line there and boost system chip production. The money follows a $1.98 billion investment in a new chip plant in the company's...
Samsung to spend $4B on overhauling Austin chip plant

Samsung puts $4B into Austin chip plant -- the largest foreign Texas investment ever

venturebeat.com
Samsung is aiming to double-down on its Austin, Texas chip making plant: the company announced today that it would invest around $4 billion in the plant to boost the production of mobile processors. The investment in Samsung Austin Semiconductor will be the single largest injection of foreign funds into...
Samsung puts $4B into Austin chip plant -- the largest foreign Texas investment ever

Samsung Investing $4 Billion in Austin, Texas to Boost Smartphone Processor Production

www.macrumors.com
Samsung today announced that it will spend roughly $4 billion to revamp some of its existing facilities in Austin, Texas in order to boost production of its system-on-a-chip platforms that power a number of mobile devices including Apple's iOS products.The funds will be used to renovate its existing fabrication operations...
Samsung Investing $4 Billion in Austin, Texas to Boost Smartphone Processor Production

Samsung's Austin plant gets overhaul: prep for new iPhone, iPad chips?

gigaom.com
Samsung is planning a $3 billion to $4 billion overhaul of part of its chip-making plant in Austin, Texas. The company, one of the world’s largest chip manufacturers, is going to retrofit the factory for a potentially more profitable product. It’s going from memory chips to systems chips such as...
Samsung's Austin plant gets overhaul: prep for new iPhone, iPad chips?
Samsung invests another $4 billion in Texas chip plant, home of the iPhone's 'brain'

Spending On Chip Production Gear to Fall 2.6% in 2012 - Trade Group

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Spending on machines for making semiconductor chips will contract 2.6% to $42.4 billion this year, a trade group representing the industry said Monday....
Spending On Chip Production Gear to Fall 2.6% in 2012 - Trade Group
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