Nvidia modifies H100 to sell it to China
Cuts it back to avoid red tape
Nvidia has modified its AI H100 chip to get around export rules so it can be flogged to China as a “H800.”
Nvidia dusts off dual GPU cards
At least for data centres
Nvidia has announced a new dual-GPU product, the H100 NVL but sadly not for SLI or multi-GPU gaming.
Nvidia teams up in Microsoft Azure pact
Nvidia cloud based services
The maker of graphics cards named after a Roman vengence daemon, Nvidia has teamed up with the software King of the World, Microsoft.
Fertility apps collecting too much information
Might be selling it on
Fertility apps on mobile phones might be collecting rather too much personal data sparking fears that creators are selling it.
Microsoft brings DALL-E to Bing
Generates images based on written text
Software King of the World Microsoft is using an advanced version of Open AI’s DALL-E image generator to power its own Bing and Edge browser.
Ron DeSantis calls for Google break-up
Too big and anti-Republican
Conservative governor and probable presidential candidate Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is becoming the centre of calls to break up big tech firms.
Gigabyte leaks desktop RTX 4060 via its GCC tool specs
Also spins beans on RTX 4070 memory
Gigabyte appears to have accidentally leaked the specifications of the desktop RTX 4060 via its Gigabyte Control Center (GCC) tool.
Huawei replaced 13,000 components to avoid US sanctions
That is money which is not going to the West
Huawei Technologies has replaced more than 13,000 components in its products with local Chinese-made parts and redesigned more than 4,000 circuit boards over the past three years in response to US sanctions.
Musk replaces press office with poop emoji
Because asking him questions is just asking for trouble
Supreme twit Elon [Look at me] Musk has shown his media genius by sacking his press office and dealing with any press queries by sending journalists an automatic poop emoji.
Chinese watchdog accuses chip tycoon Zhao Weiguo of corruption
Central Commission for Discipline Inspection calls for charges
China's anti-fraud watchdog has accused Tsinghua Unigroup former chairman Zhao Weiguo of corruption.