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The US Offers a $10M Bounty for Intel on Conti Ransomware Gang

Many members of Conti are believed to be based in Russia or surrounding regions. For years, the Kremlin has largely turned a blind...

The US Throws $52 Billion at Chips—but Needs To Spend It Wisely

Congress passed the CHIPS and Science Act on Thursday, a $280 billion package that includes $52 billion in funding available to companies that...

New ‘Retbleed’ Attack Can Swipe Key Data From Intel and AMD CPUs

Retbleed can leak kernel memory from Intel CPUs at about 219 bytes per second and with 98 percent accuracy. The exploit can extract...

Inside the Lab Where Intel Tries to Hack Its Own Chips

“It’s about the fun of breaking things,” Bear says, “finding ways to use hardware that was either blocked or that it was not...

This 22-Year-Old Builds Chips in His Parents’ Garage

Zeloof spun hand-cut, half-inch squares of polysilicon, each to become a separate chip, on a small homemade turntable at 4,000 revolutions per minute...

The Year Everyone Remembered That Chips Matter

The most important technology of the year was not Mark Zuckerberg’s Metaverse, Jack Dorsey’s blockchain, or Elon Musk’s, err, dancing robot.It was more...

The Station: Intel eyes an IPO for Mobileye and how Elon influenced Autopilot – TechCrunch

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every...

Next iMac Could Crush Intel With Monster 20-Core Duo Chip | Digital Trends

Apple’s iMac Pro was dubbed its most powerful Mac ever in 2017, but the all-in-one was discontinued earlier this year without ever living...

Another Intel Chip Flaw Puts a Slew of Gadgets at Risk

Intel is fixing a vulnerability that unauthorized people with physical access can exploit to install malicious firmware on a chip to defeat a...

Why the Chip Shortage Drags On and On … and On

The surge in demand for high-tech products triggered by working from home, lockdown ennui, and a shift to ecommerce has only continued, taking...
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