Taiwan rushing to keep the communications open
Published in News

We need to be more resilent 

Taiwan’s leaders want to speed-up plans to make the island more resilient to communications breakdowns and direct attacks on its digital infrastructure.  The country is facing two threats to its comms -- China and natural disasters. 

Microsoft's second-generation Surface Book loses support
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End of a error 

Microsoft's second-generation laptop tablet Surface Book will no longer receive firmware and driver updates after today.

Nvidia claims AI means anyone can be a programmer
Published in AI

Digital divide is closed claims Huang  

In a move which will anger many developers Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said that AI will make them redundant. 

US China trade war hots up over Micron
Published in PC Hardware

Fall out expected 

The trade war between the US and China is hotting up over the Middle Kingdom's decision to ban Micron memory products.

Nvidia and MediaTek team up on cars
Published in Transportation

On board streaming 

Nvidia and MediaTek said they will partner on technology for advanced vehicle infotainment systems that can stream video or games or interact with drivers using artificial intelligence. 

Canon discovers rare metal free OLED panel technique
Published in Graphics

Makes panels less dependent on China 

Canon has developed a material for organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels that does not use rare metals.

Nvidia Grace Hopper Superchips enter full production
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The DGX GH200 AI Supercomputer makes an appearance

Nvidia kicked off its Computex 2023 presence with a keynote led by its founder and CEO, Jensen Huang, and a bunch of big announcements, starting with the full production of its Nvidia GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip, which will power systems from its various partners as it becomes available later this year. Nvidia also unveiled the massive 1-Exaflop DGX GH200 AI Supercomputer.

Mozilla says sorry for adverts
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Angry users fling fruit

Big Cheeses at the Mozzarella Foundation have said sorry after installing a full-page advert promoting Mozilla VPN on Firefox.

ARM unveils new CPU cores for Exynos chips
Published in PC Hardware

Along with Immortalis G720 GPU

ARM has unveiled its next-generation CPU and GPU cores – the Cortex-A520, Cortex-A720, and Cortex-X4.

Google told to pay Sonos $32.5 million
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Stole its ideas

Google has been ordered to pay Sonos $32.5 million after a jury verdict found that Google's smart speakers and media players infringed on one of Sonos' patents.