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- CES 2024 What will we find at the world's biggest technology show?
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- 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?
$39 billion in grands and $75 billion in loans and loan guarantees apparently not enough to rebuild the U.S. industry.
Modular laptop specialist Framework has announced its first computers that come in under the $500 barrier but they are B-Stock barebones systems with slight cosmetic screen flaws.
A group of modders have demonstrated it's very possible to upgrade the 2080's VRAM capacity, though it might not be worth it.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger told us he is willing to build chips for anyone, including Lisa Su of AMD.
Cooler Master is suing three cooler manufacturers for supposedly infringing on its patented cooler designs surrounding its pump-in radiator architecture.
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