Does not want an open relationship any more
The tech distributor has ditched its deal to sell VMware products after Broadcom snapped up the software firm.
“Encouraging” customers to subscriptions
Broadcom appears to be doing its best to make like hell for VMware customers by killing off VMware's on-premises perpetual licenses.
First Raspberry Pi with silicon designed in‑house in Cambridge, UK
Raspberry Foundation has officially launched the new Raspberry Pi 5, claiming it to be twice as fast as its predecessor and proudly announcing that it is the first Raspberry Pi computer to feature silicon designed in‑house in Cambridge, UK.
Spending billions in the US
Apple announced a new multiyear, multibillion-dollar agreement with Broadcom, a leading US technology and advanced manufacturing company.
Restricts parts of the market, others can't reach
The European Commission said US chipmaker Broadcom's $61 billion takeover of cloud computing company VMware could restrict competition for certain hardware components.
Tame Apple Press claims fruity cargo cult will be the first to get it
TSMC is on track to launch the much-awaited 3nm process node in September and mainstream media loyal to the fruity Apple cult insist that it will be its first 3nm customer.
The rumoured acquisition of VMWare by Broadcom is expected to be announced tomorrow.
Price is right
Chipmaker Broadcom is in talks to acquire cloud service provider VMware.
The company which must never be named
The fruit and nutty cargo cult Apple has its Asian suppliers so terrified that they will not even name the company.