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?
The new experimental note-taking app 'NotebookLM' uses two of Google's AI tools for US users above the age of 18
Images of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Book 4 show off its Meteor Lake processor and some technical specs.
Phanteks lets you ritz your case further with this nifty little in-case monitor with multiple mounting options.
Angelina Tsuboi is using a Raspberry Pi to detect false aircraft using SDR and a little help from AI to sort the real planes from the fake ones.
MSI's Japanese arm apologized for pump issues that some of its AIO liquid coolers have and is offering refunds and replacements.
Leaked benchmarks for the Core i5-14600 show how far its cores will boost, how much power it uses, and how fast it is.
Jensen Huang to meet representatives of the Vietnamese government and Vietnamese companies on Monday, report says.
A former Chillblast product manager with his accomplice are found guilty of stealing almost $200,000 worth of inventory.
Bambu Labs will be releasing a larger counterpart to the A1 Mini 3D Printer known as the Bambu Lab A1.
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