News Intel's Pat Gelsinger gets to deliver some good news during his tenure as CEO.
News We keep hearing whispers of the superconducting material dreams are made of but they often end up Flubber.
News Zenbleed shouldn't be left exposed for long, so you best keep an eye out for an upcoming AGESA fix for affected chips.
News "...under certain thermal stress conditions the SD card reader may malfunction," an Asus representative says.
Next steps Facing a power wall and the limit of physics, chip makers are in a constant battle to reengineer and re-evaluate ways to build a better CPU.
Locals only "Similar to how muscle cars from the '50s haven't disappeared, the love for building your own desktop PC from the ground up... will make desktop PCs prevail."
Going nuclear We're not at the tipping point yet, however. The hardware is still nascent and "the thing that we haven't cracked yet is the software."
One step beyond The sheer mass of manufacturing might behind silicon will keep it thriving for a long time even if there are better options out there.
Precious I didn't get the One Ring but these gorgeous Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth land cards are a sweet participation trophy.
Wasteful But the raw numbers are hiding other trends behind Britain's plateauing recycling numbers, and an expert points to Covid and our changing attitudes to tech to provide answers.
News Deepmind's Go AI pushed a human champion into retirement. Now Google's AI lab wants to roll it into its next-gen large language model to compete with ChatGPT. Should we be worried?