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Nvidia is now worth $1.7 trillion -- make that $1.82 trillion...
Jackpot baby! Artificial intelligence has proven incredibly fruitful for Nvidia and its shareholders over the past year, and could even help the chipmaker surpass Amazon in terms of total market capitalization. Closing at over $720 today, that's an increase of more than 20% year over year and nearly 50% since the beginning of 2024.
The iPad is safe, for now
Over 80% off, available for Windows or Mac
"No Starlinks have been sold directly or indirectly to Russia"
Super Resolution could now work in non-gaming apps as well, but only with specialized hardware
Recap: The Biden Administration conceived the CHIPS and Science Act as a far-reaching plan to rebuild the US microchip industry essentially from scratch. The plan includes roughly $280 billion in public subsidies to boost domestic research and semiconductor manufacturing, with public and private sectors working together towards a common goal.
A 1-in-3-million item sold faster than ice cream on a hot summer day
The motive remains unknown
Who knew a toy-like security testing device could prove to be such a menace?
Bottom line: The popularity of the Flipper Zero has Canadian officials on edge. While the tool's capabilities do raise concerns, the knee-jerk prohibition highlights the tricky balance between empowering white-hat hackers and preventing malicious misuse of technology.
Use the correct insertion sequence or the drive appears broken
WTF?! A self-destructing, open-source USB stick that can heat its flash chip to 100 degrees Celsius (212 degrees Fahrenheit) has almost reached its crowdfunding goal. Not only does the device boast a Mission Impossible-style self-kill ability, but it also has a secret feature that hides data unless you plug it in the correct way.
Don't look now but Apple is back to licensing an operating system after decades
Is it real, or just malarkey?
The soaring price of Bitcoin has fattened FTX's bottom line considerably
A bit of Linux convenience now on the Windows environment
Nvidia's initial claims about GH200's performance hold up for the most part
In context: The booming AI sector has propelled Nvidia's financials to new heights, as its AI acceleration GPUs have become highly sought after. However, these general-purpose components are facing increasing competition, prompting the company to develop more efficient chips tailored for specific clients and tasks.
Be "Aware" of what you post to Teams or Slack
Is the future of laptops transparent?
In context: A YouTuber recreated a real-life working version of the Pokédex from the 1990s anime series. For those unfamiliar, the Pokédex was a red camera-like device that Ash used to identify Pokémon. The gadget would analyze the creature and then vocally tell Ash its name and description.
Microsoft is trying various strategies to encourage Copilot use
Microsoft must end its unfair software licensing practices or face the consequences
The big picture: 5G technology promised to revolutionize mobile networking, but the world is still waiting for this future to become a reality. Meanwhile, major network operators are making significant progress in delivering additional building blocks for 5G networks.
Not a ton of overclocking headroom on the iGPU
From money loser to money maker, Uber's come a long way
Samsung has identified a high-severity vulnerability in the Magician SSD software that could allow attackers to access sensitive data. This issue has been addressed in the latest version, 8.0.1, making it crucial to update your software immediately.
Insurers that misuse predictive AI models will pay the price
This squashes rumors about a possible Windows 12 release in 2024
A 25% increase in the US, 43% in the UK
The latest Raptor Lake and Meteor Lake chips are unaffected by the ban
What just happened? A court in Germany has issued an injunction against certain Intel processors in the country following a patent dispute against another US-based firm. In a case that could have far-reaching consequences for Intel's European business, a regional court in Dusseldorf ruled that many of Team Blue's older processor lineups infringe on a European patent held by a California-based company called R2 Semiconductor.
Just as Apple complains about unsafe third-party app stores
The ocean likely occupies half the moon's volume