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Preliminary results released by Gartner showed that global semiconductor revenue amounted to $ 419.7 billion in 2017, up 22% year-over-year. The memory market, which accounted for 31% of the overall semiconductor...

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A YouTube content creator recently found his video the subject of multiple content claims, meaning several people are trying to claim ownership of white noise. Sebastian Tomczak a.k.a “littlescale”,...

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Coinbase today released a blog post denying it had plans to add any new assets. This indicates that rumors crypto’s current flavor of the week, Ripple (XRP), would be added to the popular exchange aren’t...

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This week, news about two major CPU vulnerabilities named Meltdown and Spectre came out. These security flaws affect devices with processors from Intel, AMD, and ARM and can put your data at risk....

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A little more than a day since Google Project Zero went public with its findings regarding a major security flaw in Intel (and others) chip designs, the company announced that it is already is...

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Along with its news about customer satisfaction in 2017, T-Mobile has some network news to share today. T-Mo says that its 600MHz coverage is now live in 586 cities. The full list can be found right...

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That major security flaw attributed to Intel chips might not be so Intel-specific after all. After hours of silence, Intel has posted a response denying some of the claims about the exploit, which...

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Telcos and their IT suppliers are confident of seeing big investments in Wi-Fi connectivity in 2018, according to the Wireless Broadband Alliance.  Among wireless broadband providers, levels of confidence...

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Apple employees have declined to sign a notification requiring them to tell Brazilian iPhone owners how they can get discounted battery replacements, according to a state agency. AppleInsider...

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Troubles with snow and ice at Apple’s North Michigan store in Chicago were attributable to glitches in a rooftop warming system, rather than any inherently bad architecture,...