TSMC: Apple, AMD and Nvidia scale back chip orders

TSMC: Apple, AMD and Nvidia scale back chip orders

With the growing inflation and the uncertainties brought by the Ukrainian war, Smartphones and PC components are not selling that well anymore, so Apple, AMD and Nvidia are now forced to scale back their chip orders from TSMC, which, in...
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Cisco Crashes 20% On Catastrophic Guidance

Cisco Crashes 20% On Catastrophic Guidance

Cisco which has served as the backbone of the internet for the past 30 years and is the biggest maker of computer-networking equipment, reported earnings which wiped out about 20%, or $40 billion, from its market cap in seconds. What...
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Nvidia CEO: Metaverse could save companies billions

Nvidia CEO: Metaverse could save companies billions

Companies are investing money into the creation of the so-called metaverse because it may ultimately save them significant chunks of change in the real world, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang told CNBC’s Jim Cramer. In an interview on “Mad Money,” Huang...
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Texas Instruments to Invest $30 Billion on New U.S. Fabs

Texas Instruments to Invest $30 Billion on New U.S. Fabs

Samsung is not the only company to build new fabs in Texas. The Governor of Texas recently announced the Texas Instruments was planning to build several new 300-mm fabs near Sherman. In total, TI intends to build as many as...
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UK: National security probe of nVidia’s $54 Billion ARM deal

UK: National security probe of nVidia’s $54 Billion ARM deal

The British government has launched an in-depth investigation into nVidia’s takeover of the UK-based technology company ARM on national security grounds, throwing another hurdle in the path of the $54 Billion deal. Digital and Culture Secretary Nadine Dorrie...
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TSMC is considering a 3 nm foundry in Arizona

TSMC is considering a 3 nm foundry in Arizona

TSMC—Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, the chip foundry making advanced processors for Apple, AMD, and Qualcomm—is beefing up its plans to build factories in Arizona while turning away from an advanced plant in Europe. Last year, TSMC announced t...
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Global notebook shipments surge to 60 million units in 4Q20

Global notebook shipments surge to 60 million units in 4Q20

Global notebook shipments, excluding detachable models, surged over 10% sequentially to hit a fresh high of 60 million units in fourth-quarter 2020, mainly driven by robust demand for remote work and study amid the worsening pandemic woes, year-end e-commerce ...
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PC market posts 25% year-on-year growth in Q4 2020

PC market posts 25% year-on-year growth in Q4 2020

According to the latest IDC analysis, the global PC market grew for a third quarter in a row recording an impressive 13% growth compared to Q3 2020 thanks to the increased demand during the holiday season. But even compared to...
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Nvidia now powers a majority of the world’s top 500 supercomputers

Nvidia now powers a majority of the world’s top 500 supercomputers

70 percent of TOP500’s latest list of the most powerful supercomputers use Nvidia technology. TOP500 has released the 56th edition of its list of the top 500 supercomputers in the world revealing that nearly 70 percent of them are now powered by Nvid...
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AMD: $35 Billion All-Stock Acquisition of Xilinx

AMD: $35 Billion All-Stock Acquisition of Xilinx

After a couple of weeks of rumor, as well as a couple of years of hearsay, AMD has gone feet first into a full acquisition of FPGA manufacturer Xilinx. The deal involves an all-stock transaction, leveraging AMD’s sizeable share price...
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Intel downgraded at Bank of America

Intel downgraded at Bank of America

Persistent confidence problems with the mysterious Management Engine module, inability to advance the 7nm process, and unconditional support for the brutal Khazar-Zionist regime ensured Intel’s downfall. Shares of Intel Corp. (symbol: INTC) are down 10.7...
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Risks in AMD – Xilinx deal

Risks in AMD – Xilinx deal

AMD is in talks to acquire Xilinx Inc. in a deal that could be valued at as much as $30 billion. That would be AMD’s largest purchase ever, by a wide margin, and conjures memories of a similarly audacious transaction...
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ARM and Nvidia chips could seriously challenge Intel and AMD

ARM and Nvidia chips could seriously challenge Intel and AMD

Nvidia’s only CPU and mobile-centric hardware has been the Tegra line of SoCs. These were found in a few mobile devices some years ago; the Google Nexus 7 had a Tegra chipset for example. But Nvidia has mostly stuck with...
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Nvidia buyout of ARM for $40 billion is imminent

Nvidia buyout of ARM for $40 billion is imminent

SoftBank is preparing to sell chipmaker ARM to Nvidia as early as next week in a deal worth more than $40 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported. Rumors of the deal began circulating in July, and Nvidia has been reported to be...
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400 Security Flaws In Qualcomm’s Snapdragon CPUs

400 Security Flaws In Qualcomm’s Snapdragon CPUs

Qualcomm turn over 1 Billion Android phones into spying tools. More than one billion Android phones may be compromised as researchers found 400 vulnerabilities in Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chips, which are standard in smartphones and other gadgets. Snapdrago...
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