What a $280 billion law signed by President Biden this week might mean for Americans.
The gap with workers widened even further as public companies granted top executives rich pay packages partly inspired by Tesla.
American semiconductor giants are pressing Congress to pass legislation that would provide $52 billion for their industry, warning that they may otherwise relocate overseas.
A group that includes Eric Schmidt and Peter Thiel isn’t simply funding the effort itself: It wants American taxpayers to help foot the bill.
The Justice Department is using antitrust law to charge employers with colluding to hold down wages. The move adds to a barrage of civil challenges.
As the global chip shortage continues, we take an inside look at how semiconductors are fabricated.
The Silicon Valley company said it would build factories in Magdeburg, mirroring a plan announced in late January to begin manufacturing in Ohio.
Patrick Gelsinger is back running a company he first joined at 18. The chip maker was a Silicon Valley titan that lost its luster. As the world craves chips, can Intel make its comeback?
As the largest computer networks continue to grow, some engineers fear that their smallest components could prove to be an Achilles’ heel.
The president said passage of a China competition bill was needed “for the sake of our economic competitiveness and our national security.”
Building up U.S. chip production has been a focus of lawmakers and companies alike amid a global shortage of the crucial components.
Tech’s biggest companies are joining game makers and start-ups in pursuit of an immersive digital world that some have been working on for years.
Apple’s custom processors suggest that computers are nowhere near hitting their performance limits.
After the Delta variant disrupted plans to reopen after Labor Day, many businesses pushed their targets further out or left them open-ended.
Global shortages of many goods reflect the disruption of the pandemic combined with decades of companies limiting their inventories.
The internet-connected world is completely dependent on the production of semiconductors. That’s become a problem now that supplies are running short.
Two avid readers from South Africa show what they find special about this talking and texting app.
One company may have a harder time than most separating itself from the controversy at the Capitol.
Amazon’s cloud computing business and Apple’s Macs are increasingly using the companies’ homegrown chips.
Intel and Nvidia chips power a supercomputing center that tracks people in a place where government suppresses minorities, raising questions about the tech industry’s responsibility.
Apple unveiled three new Mac computers that use processors the company created itself, ending its reliance on Intel.
The deal would broaden A.M.D.’s business into chips for markets like 5G communications and automotive electronics.
The sale to SK Hynix of South Korea includes a major factory in China and follows the company’s decades-long shift into microprocessors.
The chip maker was selected for an Energy Department project meant to show American tech independence. But problems at Intel have thrown a wrench into the effort.
Apple could announce plans as soon as Monday to replace Intel processors in Macs with chips that it designed itself.