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- Chip War A global fight for control of semiconductors
- Artificial Intelligence Will machine learning change everything?
Bambu Labs will be releasing a larger counterpart to the A1 Mini 3D Printer known as the Bambu Lab A1.
Phison will be showing off a prototype SSD that is faster than today's fastest Gen 5 SSDs at CES 2024
Intel's consistency in optimizing older DirectX games is as appreciated as the optimizations for newly launched DX12 games.
Ahead of its December 14 launch, the Meteor Lake-based Core Ultra 7 155H has been tested, and the results are mixed.
HP’s new ad campaign in Europe seems to be hoping to win over customers by saying its printers aren’t as bad as those from competitors.
AMD shares internal benchmarks of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora on the chipmaker's Radeon RX 7000-series graphics cards.
Google's Gemini AI hands-on demo wasn't recorded live. Instead, it was cobbled together using video clips, still images, text prompts, and voice-over-dubbing.
A new attack method piggybacks on a new memory allocation system, allowing an attacker to bypass CPU security to steal root passwords and other sensitive data.
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