Intel’s Foundry plans are not impressing Wall Street
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Taking too long  

Even though tech stocks are doing well thanks to accelerated computing infrastructure, artificial intelligence (AI) systems built atop that infrastructure and elevated interest among governments worldwide in "re-shoring" chip manufacturing onto their soil, Intel is doing poorly.

Apple is no longer the world’s biggest mobile phone seller
Published in Mobiles


Sales plummet

Apple, the fruity cargo cult, has been dethroned as the world's largest mobile phone seller following a sharp drop in sales. This allows South Korean rival Samsung to reclaim the global market share lead.

Ubisoft pulls the plug on 'The Crew'
Published in Gaming
Tuesday, 16 April 2024 09:49

Ubisoft pulls the plug on 'The Crew'


Gamer outrage as users don't get what they paid for

Ubisoft has just given gamers a stark reminder that they are renting access to our libraries and pulled the plug on the online-only racing game 'The Crew'.

AI exterminates humans in some tasks, but not all
Published in AI


Stanford’s New AI Index Report

Stanford’s new AI Index Report discloses that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has outperformed humans in several benchmarks, including image classification, visual reasoning, and English understanding. However, it lags in complex tasks like competition-level mathematics, visual commonsense reasoning, and planning.

Apple in trouble with British courts
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Monday, 15 April 2024 11:53

Apple in trouble with British courts


Attempts to dodge €1 billion law suit thrown out

Fruity cargo cult Apple’s cheeky bid to dodge a lawsuit worth nearly €1 billion has been chucked out by the beak.

Chipzilla's Raptor Lake CPUs are extinct
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Monday, 15 April 2024 11:44

Chipzilla's Raptor Lake CPUs are extinct


Meets its meteor

Chipzilla, also known as Intel, is ringing the death knell for its overclockable Core i5, i7, and i9 Raptor Lake CPUs. The K-series lineup is set to become tech fossils after 24 May 2024, with vendors getting their last chance to snap them up.

Huawei's building a mega chip R&D Centre
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Monday, 15 April 2024 11:20

Huawei's building a mega chip R&D Centre


Shanghai to be the new Silicon Valley

Tech titan Huawei is trying to outsmart Uncle Sam's tech crackdown with a whopping new semiconductor R&D centre in Shanghai. They're talking a big game with plans to whip up their lithography machines, the secret sauce for top-tier chips.

Spectre's spooky sequel haunts Linux
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Monday, 15 April 2024 11:05

Spectre's spooky sequel haunts Linux


Intel’s Ghost in the Machine returns

Tech boffins are quaking in their boots as the ghost of Spectre returns to haunt Linux systems.

PHP on life support
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Monday, 15 April 2024 10:46

PHP on life support


Plummets to all-time low in popularity

PHP has nosedived to its lowest-ever rank on the TIOBE index—coming in at a dismal #17.

Qualcomm joins Canonical's elite circle
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Monday, 15 April 2024 10:45

Qualcomm joins Canonical's elite circle


Tech Titans Team Up

Qualcomm is set to join Canonical's "silicon partners," a coveted club that boasts big names like Intel, Nvidia, AMD, and Arm.