Superconductivity is a phenomenon in which a material can conduct electricity without any resistance or energy loss. It has many potential applications, such as powerful… Read More »Room-Temperature Superconductivity: A Dream Come True?
Japan has announced that it will tighten export controls on 23 types of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, such as etching machines and lithography systems, starting from… Read More »Japan tightens the screws on China’s chip ambitions with 23-categories export ban
An MCU chip, or a microcontroller unit chip, is a small computer on a single integrated circuit (IC) that contains a processor, memory, and input/output… Read More »MCU Chips: The Tiny Computers That Power the Smart World
Intel, the world’s leading chipmaker, has announced that it will stop investing in its line of mini PCs, known as the Intel NUC (Next Unit of Computing).… Read More »The End of an Era: Intel Says Goodbye to Its Mini PC Lineup
TSMC is facing a challenge to meet the demand for its latest 3nm process, which is mainly used for Apple’s upcoming A17 Bionic and M3… Read More »TSMC struggles with low yields on 3nm process, but Apple has a special deal
MSG Sphere is a futuristic entertainment venue that is being built in Las Vegas, Nevada. The first lighting test of the façade LED screen was… Read More »What Electronic Components Was Used to Build MSG Sphere?
At July 7th and July 8th, SEEDST team had a two-day reunion trip, once we fought and floated in the rapids, once we raised a… Read More »SEEDST team two days’ summer reunion trip
India is on a mission to become a global player in the semiconductor industry, as it faces a severe chip shortage and rising demand for… Read More »How India is Building its Own Silicon Valley start with Micron’s $2.75 billion Chip Facility