Apple’s AI plans will make its China problems worse
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China does not like OpenAI

Apple’s attempts to hide its lateness in the AI race by using OpenAI might cause it more trouble in one of its biggest markets.

Chipzilla reduces more jobs
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Friday, 21 June 2024 12:06

Chipzilla reduces more jobs

Manages expenses until sales pick up

Intel, the chipmaker, is once again reducing jobs as part of its ongoing efforts to manage expenses while awaiting a sales recovery.

AV giant Kaspersky is about to be kicked out of the US
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US government claims it is under Putin’s thumb

The Biden administration announced plans to prohibit the sale of antivirus software made by Kaspersky Lab in the United States.

Half of Dell employees refuse to return to the office
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Workers are revolting

Gray box shifter Dell Technologies is facing internal resistance as it grapples with its return-to-office (RTO) policy.

Kraken accuses security researchers of extortion
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Release the Kraken

One of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges, Kraken, has accused a group of security researchers of exploiting a critical bug to steal millions in digital cash.

IBM faces another age discrimination case
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This time, former top executives

Biggish Blue is facing another age discrimination lawsuit, this time alongside its spin-off company,  Kyndryl.

Microsoft back as the world’s most valuable company
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Nvidia and Apple slump back before the mighty Vole

Software King of the World Microsoft is back as the world's most valuable public company, just days after being surpassed by Nividia.

Apple confirms you need an upgrade for its “Apple Intelligence"
Published in Mobiles

If you are that intelligent you probably will not

The fruity cargo cult Apple has told its legions of fanboys that they will never get any AI features unless they fork out more dosh for the latest machines.

AMD patents a new graphics-process construction method
Published in Graphics

14 chiplets which function separately or together

AMD has secured a patent for an innovative GPU architecture that introduces a novel graphics-process construction method. This design features a total of 14 chiplets, organised in a way that allows them to function as a unified GPU or even as separate GPUs.

Chipzilla provides update on game crashes
Published in PC Hardware
Thursday, 20 June 2024 12:22

Chipzilla provides update on game crashes

Not good news

Chipzilla Intel has provided an update on its investigation into the causes of game crashes on its CPUs, including the Core i9 14900K and it is not good news.