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ARM and TSMC team up for tinier 20nm Cortex SOCs

Engadget: It's no secret that ARM ideas are powering much of the mobile revolution these days, but the company doesn't print its own systems-on-a-chip, that duty gets outsourced to silicon foundries -- like TSMC, who just got all buddy-buddy with the firm to transition future smartphone chips to the 28nm and obscenely tiny 20nm high-k metal gate processes. (We're not sure what this means for GlobalFoundries, who had a similar deal earlier this year.)

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By 2025, a Japanese chip firm intends to produce 2nm semiconductors prototypes

US and Japanese businesses will jointly produce 2nm semiconductors in the upcoming years.

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According to reports, TSMC intends to increase the cost of 3nm wafers by 25% over 5nm to $20,000

Now TSMC intends to increase the cost of 3nm wafers by 25% over 5nm to $20,000. Recently, the cost of consumer gadgets and computer parts has either increased

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Including smartphones, consumer demand for certain gadgets is declining, said TSMC

Smartphone, PC, and television demand are declining, according  ;to TSMC Chairman Mark Liu, particularly in China. Part of the issue is that component and

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