Arm gets a slice of the Pi
From real-time media models to AI codecs
Disney will soon have full ownership of Hulu
With over $3,000 equipment and setup fees
Alpabet's User Choice Billing option seems good enough for everybody else, but Sweeney says, "No."
US export restrictions could cost Nvidia $5 billion in lost orders, sends share price to 5-month low
Team Green temporarily lost its $1 trillion valuation
Lenovo unites businesses, showcases AI strategy
The memory chip market is showing signs of improvement
Western Digital won't merge with Kioxia (at least, not right now)
"This is a classic David and Goliath battle"
Why it matters: Five years ago there were only two companies that made CPUs, today there are a dozen. Most of the new entrants went after the big, profitable data center market, but now competitors are coming for PCs. Nvidia and AMD are reportedly preparing Arm-based CPUs for PCs. With Microsoft opening up the market for Arm laptop CPUs, this spells bad news for Qualcomm today, and potentially bad news for Intel over the very long term.
The new chargers will be installed across the country from next year
Bringing mainframe computing into the cloud era
But he's happy for Intel Foundry Services to manufacture Arm chips
The focus is on rural and underserved areas
Meta's VR division lost $3.7 billion last quarter, bringing total losses to almost $40 billion since 2020
The metaverse division's quarterly revenue was its lowest on record
A bit of good news for Team Green
'Release' topped the Bitter Lemon category
Amazon has had enough of protests
Amid rising tensions with the US
It's been four years since AMD launched RDNA, the successor to the venerable GCN graphics architecture. We take a look through the tech and numbers to see just how successful it's been.
After the US tightened chip-export rules
Why it matters: RISC V pioneer SiFive has gone through several iterations, but has now solidified a business model that essentially positions it as a direct competitor to Arm. If they can continue to execute they will benefit from much of the very healthy RISC V momentum.
One of several dockets that the Commission opened up this week
TSCM is very confident about its upcoming chip production processes