Games have been this expensive before
A split decision means the FTC might approve the deal
Free over-the-air TV is still a thing
Editor's take: I've long been a proponent of cutting the cord – that is, ditching cable or satellite television service in favor of alternatives like over-the-top solutions and streaming services delivered over the Internet. The dream of true a la carte programming never materialized, but it is still possible to save money compared to traditional providers and free over-the-air (OTA) broadcasts continue to very much be a part of that formula. With the proliferation of streaming services, you may be surprised to learn that OTA technology has continued to evolve.
Nothing wants to enter the US smartphone market
The research describes Intel's plan to advance 2D transistor and 3D packaging technologies
Eight, 12-, and 16-core X3D processors with overclocking enabled
The big picture: Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company's (TSMC) Arizona factory project has become more apparent over the last few weeks. The company intends to move some of the most advanced node processing to the United States, much of it for Apple's iPhones. The company will soon announce an upgrade to its plans.
Further deals are expected through the holidays
Highlights from AWS re:Invent and how far Arm-based CPUs have come
Just after he told Alex Jones "I like Hitler"
GPU prices had only recently normalized
Google could face paying almost $5 billion in damages
Hoping to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050
A hot potato: Like a train leaving the station, it now seems inevitable that US companies are moving to reduce, or entirely eliminate, their reliance on China. It took a long time to get started, companies had been complaining about changing conditions in China for a decade. The 2018 trade war was the spark that really got them moving, and their progress has only been gaining momentum since then. This process will take years, maybe decades, but at this point is probably unstoppable.
Don't be surprised if your cable bill goes up next month
Bahamas AG defends his investigation into SBF and FTX while pointing fingers at the rest of the world
But was anybody even listening? Less than 1,400 combined Facebook and YouTube views say "no"
In other news, the sky is blue
Microsoft to head off the EU's January deadline with concessions to secure its Activision acquisition
The $69 billion deal also faces a possible FTC lawsuit
A hot potato: The US / China tech clash is entering an even more heated phase, with the FCC acting as a hammer against Chinese companies making network and telecom devices. They're an unacceptable risk to national security, the FCC claims.
The iPhone 14 launch has been far from smooth
The Tesla-powered energy storage system could help the UK get through a tough winter
After saying no more layoffs were planned