Homepage

breaking news

Here’s Why Intel CEO Believes Chip Shortage to Last Until 2024

Here’s Why Intel CEO Believes Chip Shortage to Last Until 2024

By Benzinga After predicting the global chip shortage would last until 2023, Intel Corporation CEO Pat Gelsinger is now suggesting the shortage could last until at least 2024. Gelsinger thinks that the industry can meet the demand for new products being built on new lines, not just existing ones; hence, the chip shortage will stretch into 2024. Talking about Intel’s…

Keep reading

Shutdown of Foxconn’s Factories in China Threatens Apple’s Supply Chain

By Bryan Jung Taiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group, the world’s largest electronics manufacturer and Apple’s main supplier, has again suspended operations at two of its factories in Kunshan, China, after the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) implemented strict quarantine rules in parts of the country to combat the spread of the Omicron variant of the virus in March. On April…

Keep reading

How To Build A Gaming PC

By The ICLOUD USA Editorial Team The founder of ICLOUD USA has worked for a major OEM early in his career. To this day he still builds his own PCs. There are several advantages behind building your own PC: The components are exactly what you wantThere is no unwanted OEM pre-loaded softwareThe PC is built…

Keep reading

Top House Republicans Allege Democrats ‘Not Serious’ About Confronting China in Chips, Competition Bill

By Mimi Nguyen Ly Top House Republicans say their Democrat colleagues are “not serious” about confronting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), after the House unveiled legislation Democrats say would increase U.S. semiconductor manufacturing and bolster competition with China. The United States is currently facing a chronic shortage of semiconductor chips—a key component in phones, computers, and cars—which have put…

Keep reading

US Semiconductor Chip Shortage Poses Economic, National Security Risks: Commerce Dept.

By Katabella Roberts The United States is facing a chronic shortage of semiconductor chips and a long-term solution is desperately needed to avoid economic and national security risks to the nation, according to a new report by the U.S Department of Commerce. A government survey of more than 150 companies that produce and buy chips—aimed at providing insight into…

Keep reading

Microsoft’s Activision Merger Is History’s Biggest Tech Deal. The Stocks to Play It.

By Eric J. Savitz It was a wild week in tech, with Netflixmissing earnings, Peloton Interactiveteetering, and the Nasdaq Composite entering correction territory. But those events overshadowed the week’s most important tech news: Microsoft’s Tuesday announcement that it had agreed to buy Activision Blizzard in an all-cash deal valued at nearly $69 billion. It would…

Keep reading

Net neutrality will make a comeback in 2022

By Marguerite Reardon A new chapter in the ongoing saga of net neutrality and who governs the internet will take shape over the next year thanks to another shift in power at the Federal Communications Commission.  With new appointees from President Joe Biden firming up a Democratic majority at the agency, reinstating Obama-era net neutrality rules thrown…

Keep reading

CBP Seizes Shipment Containing 50,000 Fake Apple AirPods, 920 Nintendo Video Game Consoles From China

By Katabella Roberts Customs agents working at the Port of Houston seized a shipment containing 50,000 fake Apple AirPods and 920 Nintendo video game consoles early last month for violating intellectual property rights (IPR), U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced on Thursday. The officers discovered the illegitimate products after inspecting a shipment of goods arriving from China into the United States and determined…

Keep reading

Loading…

Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.

featured stories

Loading…

Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.