Sorry, Samsung, but TSMC is said to be shipping the first A-series processors for future iOS devices.
IBM is reportedly looking for buyers for its semiconductor business as it moves towards software and services.
Samsung reportedly have a new agreement with Apple that splits the production of the firm's future processors between itself and TSMC.
With 95% of the mobile market, ARM has dominated Intel's Atom chips. The latter may be contemplating a new strategy.
New documents from the U.S. ITC show the Apple and Samsung have been attempting to settle patent disputes out of court.
Reports this weekend are claiming Apple will phase out Samsung chips for its smartphones and tablets.
Believe it or not, Apple and Samsung don't get along. Shocker. That may be good news for No. 3 chip maker, TSMC.
It's one of the more surprising stories of the week, but HTC and a semiconductor firm are apparently eyeing up Panasonic.