Nvidia allegedly working on GA102 based RTX 3070 Ti
Published in Graphics

With 7424 CUDA cores and a 320-bit memory interface

According to the latest rumor, Nvidia is allegedly working on a GA102 based graphics card that will fit between the RTX 3070 and the RTX 3080, suggesting a more powerful RTX 3070 Ti.

Foxconn worries about Luxshare
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How a tiny company is a serious threat to dominance

Foxconn, has set up a task force to fend off the growing clout of Chinese electronics manufacturer Luxshare, which it believes poses a serious threat to its dominance.

Microsoft complains about Slacks complaint
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They are shouting antitrust because coronavirus showed they are rubbish

Microsoft has privately told European competition authorities that Slack's antitrust complaint against the tech giant was motivated essentially by sour grapes.

Boffins take the world's first 3,200-megapixel digital snaps
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Roman broccoli selfie

Boffins at the Menlo Park SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have taken the world's first 3,200-megapixel digital photos, using an advanced imaging device that's built to explore the universe.

Facebook demands a university research project shut down
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You must not research us

Social notworking site Facebook is demanding that a New York University research project cease collecting data about its political-ad targeting practices.

App developers starting to rebel against Apple
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The peasants are revolting

App developers are defying Apple in record numbers, according to a new coalition of companies aimed at breaking the iPhone maker's tight grip over its mobile software and the way it governs the App Store.

International chip wars likely to get nasty
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Governments are more concerned about the industry

Jimmy Goodrich, vice president of global policy with the Washington-based Semiconductor Industry Association is warning that spats for dominance over the chip industry are going to become nastier.

X.Org server has been abandoned
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Last major release was May 2018

It looks like X.Org server is officially toast and a prominent Intel open source developer has admitted the software is abandonware.

Old Apple and Google deal sets the watchdogs barking
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Prime example of antitrust

Apple's agreement to feature Google as the preselected search engine for iPhones, saying America's Justice Department views it as a prime example of what prosecutors say are Google's illegal tactics to protect its monopoly and choke off competition.

2021 will be the Year of AI
Published in AI

Companies might get the hang of it says Forrester

Next year will see companies finally get the hang of AI and start to fix problems associated with it such as a lack of trust and imagination, poor data quality, little data , and a lack of good tools.