Apparently it has become more cybersecurity
BlackBerry reported its first-quarter results, beating analysts’ expectations, thanks to its cybersecurity business.
It apparently depends on the taxpayer
While many of us thought that Intel’s dedication to chip plant building might have something to do with saving its own financial bacon it appears that the company will not go ahead with the plan unless the taxpayer bankrolls it.
3D V-cache versus increased clock speeds
The next-generation CPUs could be an interesting time for gamers as Intel and AMD square off with some different concepts.
It is not as if they are listening to real music anyway
Fruity cargo cult Apple has decided to jack up the monthly fee it charges kids to listen to its music service.
Apparently it must have an optimised BAR
Intel has published a puzzling requirement for its Arc GPUs – apparently the PCIe Resiable BAR (ReBAR) feature must be enabled for "optimal" performance.
Too sexy from Milan
An Italian company's hacking tools were good enough to take down Apple and Android smartphones in Italy and Kazakhstan, according to Google.
You can’t transfer data to the US
The Italian data protection authority has found a local web publisher's use of Google analytics is non-compliant with EU data protection rules because it transfers data to a third-world country, which lacks a civilized legal framework.
Barely to compete with AMD’s RX 6400
Chipzilla has released its Arc Alchemist GPU lineup in Asia only to find reviewers unenthused.
Leaked list of Asrock Z790 and H770 motherboards reveals
It appears that Intel’s 13th Gen Raptor Lake will continue to support DDR4.
Musk’s mastery on show
Tesla’s new car factories in Texas and Berlin are "losing billions of dollars" as they struggle to increase production because of a shortage of batteries and China port issues, according to Chief Executive Elon Musk.