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Facebook Developing Machine Learning Chip – Report

Engineers at Facebook are reportedly developing a machine learning chip, as part of its internal chip development program

1 week ago

Intel May Invest 80 Billion Euros For Two Chip Fabs

CEO Pat Gelsinger says Intel could invest as much as 80 billion euros ($95bn or £69bn) in Europe to expand…

2 weeks ago

HPE Wins NSA Cloud Contract Worth $2bn

Hewlett Packard Enterprise wins $2 billion cloud services contract with America's top secret intelligence agency, the NSA

3 weeks ago

Western Digital ‘In Talks’ To Buy Kioxia In $20bn NAND Deal

Western Digital could face hurdles to its reported $20bn offer for Kioxia, which could restructure NAND memory market and create…

3 weeks ago

UK Government Sets Out Strategy For Green Hydrogen Sector

Hydrogen has long been touted as a better solution for green transportation among other uses, and now the government sets…

1 month ago

NSA Awards $10bn Contract To AWS, But Microsoft Files Complaint

Revenge for the JEDI? Microsoft files an official complaint with government regulator, after NSA awards $10 billion contract to AWS

1 month ago

Dropbox Data Centres Achieves 100 Percent Renewable Energy Goal

Going green. Dropbox achieves a lower carbon footprint with news its data centres now run on 100 percent renewable energy

2 months ago

Microsoft Thrives Thanks To Azure Growth

Software giant posts record results, as certain business segments (Azure) thrive during Coronavirus pandemic, but others struggle

2 months ago

Intel Warns Chip Shortage Could Last Until 2023

CEO Pat Gelsinger said chip ecosystem recovering, but supply chain is stilled stressed, with chip shortages to last until 2023

2 months ago

Japan Sets Data Transfer Speed Record Of 319Tbps

Researchers in Japan have set a stunning data transmission speed record of 319Tbps, over a long distance of 3,001km or…

2 months ago

Cambridge Data Finds Bitcoin Miners Shifting Away From China

Bitcoin mining operations began shifting out of China even before country began crackdown earlier this year, while Kazakhstan and US…

2 months ago

TSMC Considers Construction Of Japanese Factory – Report

World's largest contract chipmaker is considering construction of a new factory in Japan to help tackle global chip shortage

2 months ago

ARM Touts Performance Per Watt As New ‘Moore’s Law’

Traditional Moore's Law is no longer relevant in today world's, argues ARM, and says 'performance per watt' is the better…

2 months ago

UK’s Most Powerful Supercomputer, Cambridge-1, Targets Healthcare

Nvidia's Cambridge-1 is now the UK's most powerful supercomputer, and will offer research capabilities for healthcare and AI

2 months ago

Pentagon Cancels JEDI Cloud Contract

Seething Microsoft? US DoD loses patience and pulls the plug on $10 billion JEDI cloud contract, after legal challenge by…

3 months ago

ARM CEO Insists Nvidia Purchase Better Than IPO

Head of ARM strongly defends Nvidia acquisition, which he says is a much better alternative than being a standalone public…

3 months ago

Jeff Bezos Steps Down As Amazon CEO

The king is dead, long live the king. Amazon CEO and founder Jeff Bezos steps down today and is succeeded…

3 months ago

Government Welcomes EU Data Protection Agreement

Personal data will continue to 'seamlessly flow' between the United Kingdom and Europe, after European Union agreement

3 months ago

US Takes Aim At Big Tech, Approves Breakup Antitrust Bill

Big tech firms face real breakup threat after one draft antitrust bill in US House of Representative gains official approval

3 months ago

US Regulator Proposes More Restrictions For Huawei

Federal Communications Commission grants initial approval for rules banning new Huawei and ZTE equipment, and requiring carriers to 'rip and…

3 months ago

World Bank Rejects El Salvador Bitcoin Request

Crypto setback? World Bank refuses a formal request from El Salvador to assist with implementation of Bitcoin as legal tender

3 months ago

Amazon Web Services To Build Data Centre In Israel

New AWS infrastructure region is slated to arrive in first half of 2023, and will offer cloud services to variety…

3 months ago

Fastly Blames Global Outages On Software Bug

Global outage of major websites on Tuesday was caused when an expected customer change, triggered an undiscovered software bug

3 months ago

Major Websites Down After Global Outage

Major internet outage knocks oflline big name websites such as UK Government, Amazon, CNN, Bloomberg, Financial Times offline

3 months ago

Microsoft’s £11bn AI Deal Approved By US Regulators

Microsoft's £11bn deal to buy artificial intelligence and speech recognition pioneer Nuance Communications passes review by US antitrust regulators

4 months ago

Google Photos Ends Unlimited Storage – What To Do

No more unlimited free photo storage, as Google ends years of free cloud storage for photos. But is there an…

4 months ago

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos To Step Down 5 July

Jeff Bezos will step down at CEO on 5 July, on what he admits is a sentimental date after nearly…

4 months ago

Google Approved To Build Mega Campus In San Jose

Positive news for California, after San Jose city council approves Google plan to build multi-billion dollar campus spanning 80 acres

4 months ago

Google Cloud, SpaceX Sign Deal For Enterprise Cloud Services

Elon Musk's SpaceX is to deliver Google Cloud services to enterprises at the 'network edge', via the Starlink constellation

4 months ago