GPUs and CPUs are built from semiconductors, which power everything from PCs and data centers to cars, lightbulbs, refrigerators, and more. And they’ll power the next generation of tech and the AI that’s poised to change the world. Billions of dollars and the world economy is at stake -- and with a deeper dive and more insight than anyone else, Tom's Hardware is your expert guide to this dynamic world. Here's what we're covering right now:
- 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
- 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?
Amkor to build $2 billion advanced chip packaging facility in the U.S. primarily targeting Apple.
KerazyPete shows off their 10-year-old Raspberry Pi that’s been running non-stop for more than 6 years using a decade-old OS install.
Japan wants prevent technology secret leaks from companies getting chip-related subsidies from the government.
Microsoft is actively testing a new power-saving technique that kills off uncontrolled background applications that are consuming too much power.
Police in Taiwan have cracked down on counterfeit HDMI cable sales, raiding online sellers across the island.
Intel Core Ultra H Meteor Lake chips will power most of Dell's soon-to-be-released Alienware gaming laptops.
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.
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