Turns in his chips for cash
British Intel legend Graham Palmer has retired from Intel UK. I met up with him a couple of weeks ago (pictured, in The Grapes, Oxford) and we shared some memories about the Intel Developer Forums we attended together.
Comment: Hey, it's commerce and globalisation, guys
The Wall Street Journal has realised that American companies supply loads of tech to the People's Republic of China.
While market continues to soar
Jon Peddie research said that sales of add-in boards boomed in the third quarter of this year, increasing by 42 percent compared to the third quarter.
Chevy equals levy
In a move which must alarm rural American ISPs, federal commications commissioner Ajit Pai more or less told broadband companies they had to rip out anything Chinese and replace them.
But Huawei says US itself suffers
The US Commerce Department said that it has granted a 90 day extension of its temporary general licence which will extend until February 16th next year.
Does speed kill?
At Huawei's “Innovation Day” in Paris, earlier this week, Francois Barrault, chairman of IDATE Digiworld, made some interesting comparisons between robots and human beings, focusing on the five senses.
Opinion: If you want a robolution, coin another neologism
Talking about AI and “robolution”, yeah really, a French MP delivered a speech at Huawei's Paris gig today which will compel your or repel you, according to your inclination and degree of latitude
Call for transparency
BBC executive Mukul Devichand, who is heading up the corporation's AI efforts, said at a Huawei event in Paris that “smart” assistants like Google Home, Alexa and Apple Siri ran the risk of becoming content editors.
See through walls – it's kind of magic
Merouane Debba, director of the mathematical and algorithmic sciences lab, Huawei said the company is aiming to introduce 5G plus in 2028 and 6G in 2030.