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- CES 2024 What will we find at the world's biggest technology show?
- TSMC Arizona The rebirth of US manufacturing?
- Meteor Lake a fundamental rethink of Intel’s chip design
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- Supercomputers The fastest, most powerful computers in the world
- Chip War A global fight for control of semiconductors
- Artificial Intelligence Will machine learning change everything?
Samsung's SF2 to adopt backside power delivery, but it seems that Samsung's SF3 will not, according to a report.
Alan Boris is using a Raspberry Pi to transform an old radio tuner into a network-based music streaming platform that uses the original buttons to operate.
As HDMI Forum discards AMD's proposal regarding open-source HDMI 2.1 driver, Linux users with advanced monitors are advised to use DisplayPort.
Intel CPU stickers can be surprisingly detailed and also reflect earlier versions of a CPU's architecture, depending on when the stickers were ordered relative to the CPU's manufacturing.
Released 12-years ago, the Raspberry Pi has sold 61 million units across its entire range of boards
Biden administration urges developers to use memory-safe programming languages to safeguard against future cybersecurity incidents
Chip and memory manufacturer Fujian Jinhua was found not guilty on economic espionage charges.
AMD has confirmed to the YouTube channel Hardware Unboxed that the extremely limited overclocking of the Radeon RX 7900 GRE is a bug, and a fix is coming.
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