TSMC's 28 nm process to enter production in 2010

ARM and IBM alliance to collaborate on SoC design for 32 nm and 28 nm

Notebook LED backlighting to see 30-40% penetration next year

Metallurgical silicon to compete with thin film in 2009

Xerox to show off self-erasing paper at NEXTFEST

China awaits manned spaceflight

NAND flash spot prices up slightly this week

Notebook vendors adjust Blu-ray notebook strategy amid changing economic realities

GPU will continue to grow for another 15 years: Q&A with Jen-Hsun Huang, president and CEO of Nvidia

YouTube banned in Kuwait

LCD panel prices to remain stable until October

Wafer foundries said to be cutting workforce or slowing down recruitment

Offshore drilling approved, clean energy tax credits to be issued

Brits love Chrome?

The new Google Chrome Web browser, which saw a quick spike in browser market share when it was first released before later settling in, apparently continues to do well at one particular and prominent Web site in the United Kingdom. This is from WebTrends, an online metrics firm.

Darwin wins again – man electrocuted while stealing power line

City manager fired for surfing Pamela Anderson websites

Latest DisplaySearch data show LCD panel prices stabilizing

IBM looks at mathematical techniques to help overcome lithography obstacles at 22 nm

Semiconductor market becoming less forgiving, says iSuppli

Large-size LCD panel shipments grow 7.8% in August, WitsView says