Making America grate again
US outfit Micron Technology has announced that that it is building a back-end site in Taiwan.
Upgrade or die
Software king of the world Microsoft is locking down system updates for those using AMD’s Ryzen and Intel’s Kaby Lake processors on Windows 7 and 8.1.
Not an Intel chip - the other type of atom
Big Blue boffins have managed to read and write data to a single atom.
Age of Intel, Nvidia and AMD will be past
Boffins armed with white boards and slide rules claim it is possible to build a self-replicating computer that replaces silicon chips with processors made from DNA molecules.
Bidders having various thoughts
Toshiba may delay the sale of its flash memory chip unit after the conglomerate said it would consider selling most, even all, of the marquee business, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said.
Jobs’ Mob must go to court
It is starting to look like the FTC’s much publicised legal case against Qualcomm at the insistence of Apple is not going to go anywhere.
A leaked TuTu benchmark shows Qualcomm’s superiority
A new AnTuTu benchmark for Snapdragon 835 has been leaked online ahead of Qualcomm's announcement at CES 2017.
Samsung seems likely to spin off its foundry business as part of a restructuring programme.
Empire Strikes Back
Although Chipzilla is not big in the car industry at the moment and Qualcomm, with its NXP takeover, is king – it appears that there is a war brewing between the pair.
Can localise faults and report problems
A team of Estonian students at the Tallinn University of Technology have created an innovative digital computer chip that can localise all of its faults and inform the system using the chip when something goes wrong.