3nm will be on the same site in 2020
TSMC will break ground this week for the construction of its new 5nm fab in the Southern Taiwan Science Park (STSP), where its 3nm fab is believed to see construction start in 2020.
Cloud expert says Spectre and Meltdown requires company effort for a long time
While Intel still is unable to get a patch out to fix Spectre and Meltdown, companies need to sort out their managing application performance, a cloud expert has warned.
Ecuadorian president loses patience
The president of Ecuador is getting more miffed at Julian Assange as the WikiLeaks founder enters his sixth year as a fugitive inside the country's embassy in London.
No pain with lots of gain for fitness outfit
Health, fitness and wellbeing digital solutions provider, boditrax, has partnered with cloud network outfit Netmetix, to migrate to the cloud.
Well other than the guy who does our clock software
The Fruity Cargo Cult Apple, which appears to have forgotten its irony pills, is launching an initiative for kids called “everyone can code”.
Saved itself from angry shareholders
LG Display saved itself from the wrath of Wall Street for its lack-lustre performance by announcing that it will begin making plastic organic light-emitting diode panels at a new line in South Korea in the third quarter.
Torvalds was right - Intel is a chicken with its head cut off
A day after Linus Torvalds warned that Intel’s patching for a severe security flaw on its chips was “garbage”, Intel has warned users not to upgrade.
Suggests retailers limit sales
Nvidia appears to have had enough of bitcoin miners forcing up the prices of its GPUs and is starting to make a few half-hearted moves to reassure gamers it still wants their money.
Plan B if Bain sale falls through
Toshiba is considering an IPO of its prized memory chip business if an agreed $18 billion sale of the unit to Bain Capital fails to gain antitrust approval by the end of March