MaxSun launches another MegaGamer graphics card, this time based on GeForce RTX 4070 GPU.
Mac users can say goodbye to 32-bit games as Valve's Steam ceases support for older macOS operating systems.
Loongson goes after scientific and AI computing with the LG200 'GPGPU' that promises up to 1 TFLOPS performance per node.
Japan wants prevent technology secret leaks from companies getting chip-related subsidies from the government.
Nvidia's China-specific GeForce RTX 4090D will use a cut-down AD102 GPU, according to a leak, in order to comply with U.S. export rules.
Jen-Hsun Huang is skeptical about massive semiconductor projects in the U.S., saying it will take the U.S. 10 to 20 years to have independent chip manufacturing.
Amazon Web Services to offer Nvidia-powered supercomputing infrastructure for generative AI, including 65 ExaFLOPS AI supercomputer.
TCL no longer wants to design and produce its own display driver chips due to declining prices and tough competition.
CXMT has unveiled China's first homegrown low-power memory. Xiaomi and Transsion are set to use CXMT's 12GB LPDDR5-6400 memory modules.
Nvidia is rumored to be working on 'Rubin' R100 and GR200 GPUs that are due in 2025. These will be AI and HPC focused parts.
The CIA investigating whether a major AI cloud service provider, which uses Cerebras hardware, has major ties with China.
Germany vows to subsidize Intel and TSMC fabs despite a budget crisis, though Intel and Wolfspeed reportedly received firm fab funding commitments from the German government.
SK Hynix readies 2.5D fan-out packaging for next-gen memory that combines wide I/O with low costs and eliminates TSVs.
Nvidia sold half a million H100 AI GPUs in Q3 thanks to Meta, Facebook, says research firm Omdia, with lead times stretching up to 52 weeks.
Rising demand from Chinese chip designers is fueling a global shortage of photomasks, a critical component to chipmaking.
GPU veteran Raja Koduri claims that the flexibility of GPUs means they are not going to be replaced by custom silicon any time soon.
A Chinese-linked hacker group maintained covert access to NXP for over two years, from the end of 2017 to the beginning of 2020.
AMD's Ryzen Threadripper 7000 platform set to get ultra-fast DDR5 memory modules with ECC from G.Skill, Kingston, and v-color