Brilliant and Terrifying
Columbia University researchers have found a “brilliant and terrifying” hack of ARM chips using something they call CLKSCREW.
Open Source messiah Richard Stallman is not impressed
Microsoft has been hitting the headlines lately with its enthusiasm for Linux – but Open Source's messiah Richard Stallman is less than impressed.
Zenfone 5 March next year
Asustek has announced that it will release its next-generation ZenFone 5 family products at the earliest in March 2018.
No one wants to queue for animated poo
Apple’s iPhone 8 launch day has been a disaster with hardly anyone showing up.
Based on a specialised PowerVR
Imagination Technologies has been showing off its standalone hardware IP neural network accelerator which is powered by its PowerVR architecture implementation for neural networks.
Wants to develop its own chip
Tesla has delivered a blow to Nvidia’s plans to dominate the AI car industry by abandoning work in Nvidia chips and moving to develop its own.
Now down to $180
Nvidia has dropped the price of its Android set top box for gamers to a reasonable $180.
3,000 adverts on show
Facebook will turn over copies of political ads purchased by Russian sources to congressional lawmakers, who are investigating the country's potential interference in the 2016 US presidential election.
Big content would not allow it
The EU paid a Dutch consulting firm, Ecorys 360,000 euro to research the effect piracy had on sales of copyrighted content and then buried it because it would anger the Big Content mafia.
Papermaster makes it official
AMD’s CTO Mark Papermaster announced that the company will be moving “graphics and client products” from the Global Foundries14nm LP FinFET process to the new 12nm LP process in 2018.