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The switch from a non-profit to a for-profit company seems to be the main grievance.
As part of several anti-hacking measures introduced at ISSCC this year, a University of Vermont team created a self-destructing fingerprinting mechanism for different circuits.
Baidu tells investors it will have to use its own or domestic processors as getting Nvidia hardware is impossible.
Intel revealed detailed plans of its Magdeburg site and disclosed some details about the project.
Intel launches Altera as a standalone company to better compete for emerging market opportunities.
Microsoft is adding third-party plugins and additional skills to Copilot, and is also adding some new features to Windows 11 for Snap layouts, creativity and accessibility.
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