Rumours from the Far East
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that there could be supply problems with AMD’s 7nm processors and graphics cards.
Stars are not right for Libra
Germany has passed a blockchain strategy in which Berlin vows to fight any company efforts to establish a parallel currency.
Apple should only pay 0.005 per cent tax rate in EU
The European Union’s order to Apple to pay 13 billion euros in back taxes “defies reality and common sense” a European court was told yesterday.
The Wi-Fi Alliance has finalised its Wi-Fi Certified 6 programme, aka. 802.11ax.
Supercomputer clusters are cool
Oracle's OpenWorld convention saw the outfit showing off a Raspberry Pi Supercomputer that combines 1,060 Raspberry Pis into one cluster.
The structure of the universe has changed
After years of wetting its pants with excitement every time a new iPhone comes out, the New York Times is telling its readers it is pointless to upgrade to the new iPhone.
53-qubit quantum computer out in October
IBM is taking a major step forward in moving quantum computing use forward by opening its first IBM Quantum Computation Centre in New York.
Making a clean sweep of the specs
It is starting to look like Tiger Lake-U will feature a 50 per cent increase in L3 cache capacity, going from 8MB to 12MB.
Ours is better than yours
Samsung and LG are clashing over the image quality of their 8K TVs, each claiming that their ultra-high-definition televisions are "the bestest" and the other smells of a Nintendo gaming system.