AMD. Intel. Now Taylor
A former senior PR executive at Intel and AMD has now a senior vice president role at Ryff - a startup making waves in Silicon Valley and now with what appears to have an office in The Smoke (London).
It is a kind of internal combustion - trust me
A hydrogen fuelled vehicle may well be the winner in the 2025 Le Mans race, a senior semiconductor analyst said today.
Chip crisis hits new high. Or low
As if shortages in semiconductors weren't enough to give car manufacturers, computer manufacturers, medical manufacturers and others a case of the screaming heebie-jeebies, it seems some vendors have bought into an international scam to sell fake chips to put into their devices.
Einstein as mad as Nikola Tesla
A possibly ignorant man has suggested that the USA could alter the orbits of planet Earth and our companion, the Moon. It might be altered by technology. Actually, although a Texas Republican congressman has come up with what seems like a crazy idea, he has just come up with the wrong answer to the right question.
A major Chinese firm has forced a change in the name of a famous Oxford University college grant by bunging nearly a milion into the establishment.
Hong Kong HSBC legal attempt begins tomorrow
A senior Huawei executive today said his company is being played as a pawn in what he believes is a chess game in the trade war between the USA and China.
Update Swan upped
Intel's new CEO will be Pat Gelsinger, who will take up his position after current CEO Bob Swan steps down in mid-February, CNBC reported today.
A US politician is asking the National Security Agency (NSA) about its implementation of back doors in technology products that let spooks spy on network traffic.
5G will damage UK economy – report
A report commissioned by Huawei claims a delay to 5G will cost the United Kingdom £100 billion in economic benefits and particularly take its toll on employment in areas beyond the South East/London bubble over the next 10 years.
Great sound, great build, fit ye sae?
I’ve been reviewing both software and hardware for over 35 years now, but this is the first time I’ve had to take into account geopolitics. But more, much more on that later.