This Taiwanese Manufacturer Is Going to Produce EVs?
Lordstown Motors has sold its manufacturing plant to a prominent Taiwanese manufacturer. What's in store for the EV company's future?
Component Plants Shutdown Due to Power Cuts in China
The ongoing power shortage in China has affected multiple electronics supplier sites within the region. Which areas are affected most?
EU Joins in on Chip Race
The EU is working on a chipmaking bill in hopes to boost self-sufficiency in the global chip market. Will it work?
Memory Module Makers Postpone Customer Orders
Due to the persistent IC shortage, memory module makers are seeing prices stagnate due to an inability to meet demand. But not all chip price growth is slowing...
Record-Level Semiconductor & Component Price Increases in 2021
In a time where manufacturers and suppliers have all the leverage, chip and component prices continue to rise.
China Leads in Global Semiconductor Race, Eyes Afghanistan's Minerals
The global semiconductor race is well underway, and China has taken a large lead with its record-breaking production. Can anyone else keep up?
Implications of Alleged Labor Camps in Xinjiang, China
Background on the potential labor and human rights violations in Xinjiang, China and additional example of a currently banned entity.
Background on REACH and Updates in 2022
A refresher on REACH and the banned substances from 2020 and 2021. Also, a look at potential REACH revisions for 2022.