Trump's China embargo us hurts too much
Donald Trump’s trade war against China is finding opposition among the US’s chipmakers.
Chips sell even better than predicted
Samsung Electronics said its first-quarter operating profit managed to rise slightly from a slump a year earlier, as solid chip sales helped cushion the blow from the coronavirus pandemic on smartphones and TVs.
Can’t handle big stuff
Mac users are experiencing occasional system crashes after updating to macOS Catalina version 10.15.4, released a few weeks ago and it turns out that the software might not be up to snuff.
Zoom’s security problems were Vole’s gain
After many schools adopted Zoom to conduct online lessons during the coronavirus lockdown, concerns about security and privacy have led to a ban on the video conferencing software across the US.
Eight billion threats in the first two months of 2020
Trend Micro said it blocked nearly eight billion threats in the first two months of 2020, with ransomware and business email compromise (BEC) attacks surging over the period.
Drivers can’t get sick
Autonomous shuttles are being used to move COVID-19 tests from a Jacksonville, Florida testing site to a nearby Mayo Clinic processing location, in what the medical nonprofit is calling a "first" for the US.
Your loo could be your next doctor
A team of boffins has built a smart-toilet that can detect signs of various diseases emerging from your backend.
Needs to be free of western influence
The moves by the US to shut down Chinese manufacturing of high tech gear appear to have resulted in a self-sufficiency push which should put the fear of Chiyou in the hearts of western chipmakers.
Worried that British technology could end up in Chinese paws
Senior MPs are asking the government to intervene to prevent a Chinese state-owned business from taking control of the board of British chipmaker Imagination Technologies.
Gamers suddenly interested in Chipzilla again
Intel has witnessed a surprising reversal of fortune in Steam’s Hardware & Software Survey for March in terms of processor usage.