Samsung joins RISC-V Software Ecosystem
May the road Rise with you
Samsung Electronics has announced that it has joined RISE (RISC-V Software Ecosystem), an open-source software development project to build and develop an advanced semiconductor ecosystem.
Rapidus teams up with IBM on 2nm tech
Turning around Japan's semiconductor industry
Japanese company Rapidus has teamed up with IBM as part of its cunning plan to turn around Japan’s semiconductor industry by developing 2nm semiconductor technology.
Investors rushing to put cash into AI-based companies
In what could be a huge bubble, investors are rushing to put their savings into companies centered around AI technology.
Chromecast 1 is retired
Google's first successful bit of hardware
After ten years of service, Google is retiring its decade-old Chromecast 1.
Gigabyte's hidden code is a security risk
Eclypsium warns that it is a gift for hackers
Hidden code in hundreds of models of Gigabyte motherboards is a gift for hackers wanting to install malicious programs in a computer's UEFI firmware, according to security outfit Eclypsium.
Meta threatens to banish Californian news
If it is forced to pay for it
Social notworking company Meta has threatened to ban news content from its platform in California if the state government passes legislation requiring tech companies to pay publishers.
Will connect to any Bluetooth low energy (BLE) chips
Hubble Network plans to launch a constellation of 300 satellites to create a global satellite network that any Bluetooth-enabled device can connect to, anywhere in the world.
Nvidia's new driver causes flickering issues
I see a red door and Nvidia paints it black
Nvidia released its latest Windows WHQL driver version 535.98 is causing a few flickering screen issues for users.
HP revenues fall
Blames a bad case of headwinds
HP has recorded a drop in revenue of 21.7 per cent year-on-year and 6.7 per cent compared with the previous quarter as consumers and businesses seek to spend less on refreshing hardware such as business laptops.
Intel's Foundry looks good says Nvidia
Might want to use it instead of TSMC
Nvidia CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang said he is open to using Intel Foundry Services to manufacture future GPUs, because it's seen the results of some test chips the company has produced on a future process node and they're looking good.