Piper Sandler is not optimistic
AMD was downgraded Thursday by Wall Street analysts Piper Sandler to neutral from overweight.
Senate Judiciary Committee bravely approved anti-trust measures
The US Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday approved a bill that would bar tech giants like Amazon.com from giving preference to their own businesses on their websites, despite hefty lobbying from top executives like Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook.
Moving back to America
Chipzilla has lifted the kimono on its plans to invest at least $20 billion in new chip-making capacity in Ohio.
StarCraft, Kings Quest and Guitar Hero are a go
Microsoft has implied that it will dust off some of Activision Blizzard’s old games once it takes over.
Create kangaroos which are potentially dead or alive
Aussie boffins have come up with a way which paves the way for large silicon-based quantum processors for real-world manufacturing and application.
Backed by Thales, Vodafone, and Samsung
Qualcomm has come up with a mobile processor which has an integrated SIM and the technology is being backed by Vodafone, Samsung and Thales.
Unpacked in February
Samsung has blogged that its next Galaxy Unpacked livestream will take place in February, and is likely to see the release of the “the next generation of Galaxy S” which is the Galaxy S22.
Too much consolidation around non-EU operators
The European Union is interested in building its own recursive DNS service that will be made available to EU institutions and the general public for free.
Gelsinger awaits your cheque
Chipzilla Chief Executive Officer [kicking] Pat Gelsinger urged the US and Europe to push ahead with efforts to bring back chip manufacturing which means basically giving chip makers large subsidies to set up shop.
Stop embarrassing Apple by showing its weaknesses on foldable phones
Now that news is starting leak out about Apple’s over-priced AR the Tame Apple Press is lowering its credibility by marketing it and rubbishing the competition.