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- TSMC Arizona The rebirth of US manufacturing?
- Meteor Lake a fundamental rethink of Intel’s chip design
- The CHIPS Act $52.7 billion in incentives. Here's where it went
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- Chip War A global fight for control of semiconductors
- Artificial Intelligence Will machine learning change everything?
A recent survey of university students in Japan found that awareness of basic keyboard shortcut keys was lacking.
NICT collaborated with two other institutions to mark a new world record capable of handling 1000 times more traffic than existing worldwide internet networks
Patches for the mainline Linux kernel have added support for the PowKiddy X55, a sub-$200 ARM gaming handheld.
Intel released a new playbook dubbed "Core Truths" that attacks AMD's latest Ryzen 7000 mobile product stack for having some products that sport AMD's older Zen 2 CPU architecture.
The latest installment of Grand Theft Auto, GTA VI, finally drops its first trailer after months of leaks and teases. Vice City has never looked better!
AMD's Ryzen 7 7800X3D is available for $349 for a limited time, $100 down from the chip's regular $449 MSRP.
Asus has launched the Turbo GeForce RTX 4070 12GB GDDR6X, a GeForce RTX 4070 with a blower-type design.
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