Tuesday, October 20, 2020

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Nordic Semiconductor grows Q3 net income by 58 percent year-over-year

October 20—Nordic Semiconductor’s third-quarter financial results reveal it increased its net income by 58 percent year-over-year. The manufacturer attributed its recent success to robust...

Intel to sell NAND and storage business to SK Hynix for $9 billion

Intel announced plans to sell its NAND memory and storage business to SK Hynix for $9 billion on Monday. Regulatory approval permitting, the two...

Sweden bans Huawei, ZTE equipment from 5G network infrastructure

October 20—The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) mandated that networking equipment made by Huawei or ZTE cannot be utilized in the country’s 5G...

Hackers are using fake McAfee software to target presidential campaigns

With the 2020 presidential election on the horizon, cybersecurity is a major issue. Regardless of the hotly debated facts regarding the 2016 election, a...

Xiaomi unveils new 80W wireless charging

Today’s smartphones hold their charge better than ever before. However, the thinness of the devices limits the size of their battery. Aside from cramming...

NASA taps Nokia to build a 4G LTE network on the moon

Most of the discussion about mobile networks is currently centered on 5G. However, NASA has its sights set on other priorities. The space agency...

STMicroelectronics announces purchase and integration of SOMOS Semiconductor

STMicroelectronics recently announced it has acquired SOMOS Semiconductor, a manufacturer of radiofrequency (RF) front-end modules (FEMs) and power amplifiers. The Swiss corporation stated it...

Huawei rivals boosting sales for Japanese chipmakers

Rivals of Chinese telecom Huawei significantly increased their electronic components orders from Japanese chipmakers in September, reported Caixin. Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo intend to...

Report: Worldwide iPhone 12 interest exceeds Apple’s expectations

Despite a healthy production order, global consumer interest in Apple's new smartphone series has reportedly exceeded expectations. Apple will ship as many as 80 million...

Researchers turned grocery store spinach into a functioning fuel cell

Everyone knows that Popeye got his strength by downing a can of spinach. Maybe that strength didn’t come from the nutrients in the leafy...

Firefighters are using fireball-dropping drones to prevent worse wildfires

The West Coast is up in flames as wildfires continue to rage across states like California, Oregon, and Washington. Sadly, there aren’t many ways...

SpaceX’s Starlink satellites have a three percent failure rate so far

SpaceX is currently in the midst of a monumental endeavor. The spaceflight firm plans to launch a huge constellation consisting of 42,000 satellites that...

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Industry & Market Watch

Nordic Semiconductor grows Q3 net income by 58 percent year-over-year

October 20—Nordic Semiconductor’s third-quarter financial results reveal it increased its net income by 58 percent year-over-year. The manufacturer attributed its recent success to robust...

Intel to sell NAND and storage business to SK Hynix for $9 billion

Intel announced plans to sell its NAND memory and storage business to SK Hynix for $9 billion on Monday. Regulatory approval permitting, the two...

STMicroelectronics announces purchase and integration of SOMOS Semiconductor

STMicroelectronics recently announced it has acquired SOMOS Semiconductor, a manufacturer of radiofrequency (RF) front-end modules (FEMs) and power amplifiers. The Swiss corporation stated it...

Huawei rivals boosting sales for Japanese chipmakers

Rivals of Chinese telecom Huawei significantly increased their electronic components orders from Japanese chipmakers in September, reported Caixin. Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo intend to...

Science & Tech News

Sweden bans Huawei, ZTE equipment from 5G network infrastructure

October 20—The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) mandated that networking equipment made by Huawei or ZTE cannot be utilized in the country’s 5G...

Hackers are using fake McAfee software to target presidential campaigns

With the 2020 presidential election on the horizon, cybersecurity is a major issue. Regardless of the hotly debated facts regarding the 2016 election, a...

Xiaomi unveils new 80W wireless charging

Today’s smartphones hold their charge better than ever before. However, the thinness of the devices limits the size of their battery. Aside from cramming...

NASA taps Nokia to build a 4G LTE network on the moon

Most of the discussion about mobile networks is currently centered on 5G. However, NASA has its sights set on other priorities. The space agency...

Gadgets & Gaming

Apple announces iPhone 12 complete with 5G, glass-ceramic OLED display

The rumors about a 5G iPhone have been more than a year in the making. Ever since the new network technology started rolling out,...

Google’s updated Nest Thermostat has a refreshing design, touch controls

It’s been ten years since Google launched its first smart Nest Thermostat. While it was originally a device for tech-loving homeowners, it has quickly...

How blockchain technology took over the online gaming industry

In online gaming, most of what you find that is considered legendary or rare is by pure luck. Sometimes you can use this special...

Nintendo faces new lawsuit over Switch’s Joy-Con drift issue

Nintendo’s Switch is a fantastic all-around console. It gives gamers a way to play their favorite triple-A titles and games from indie studios at...