The global semiconductor shortage we have been reporting on for the better part of the last year looks as though it could finally be turning a corner for the automotive industry. Smartphone production, however, may have to continue to suffer deficien
5G needs a bit more consideration. It is literally combustion of water adding to the increase in Global climate BAD changes.
Main attraction: Scientists create the world's thinnest magnet that is just one ATOM thick and could lead to huge advances in quantum computing
Harvard-MIT Center for Ultracold Atoms and other universities has developed a special type of quantum computer known as a programmable quantum simulator capable of operating with 256 quantum bits.
Scaling up to a large number of qubits with high-precision control is essential in the demonstrations of quantum computational advantage to exponentially outpace the classical hardware and algorithmic improvements.
Excessive heat can damage your computer's performance and lifespan. But at what point is it overheating? How hot is too hot?
It still looks like we are nowhere near the end of the ongoing global semi chip shortage.
Tesla is taking what is being called an "unusual step" to secure its supply of semiconductor chips for its vehicles in the midst of a global shortage. The company is going to be "paying for advance" for the semis it needs and is also considering "buy
Let's explore quantum computing, problems it might solve, and what it will do to current security protocols and blockchain.
Peter Thiel is investing $10 million in Blackrock Neurotech, a rival company to Elon Musk's Neuralink.
Engineers have designed a computer processor that thwarts hackers by randomly changing its microarchitecture every few milliseconds.
Used cars are supposed to go down in value. Last month, their value increased by more than 10 percent – something that has never happened before.
Intel's CEO has been the latest in a chorus of voices stating that the ongoing semiconductor shortage is going to last for a "couple of years".
The global supply chain of a semiconductor chip is complex and spans the globe.
It exploits magnetic reconnection as a fast, high-power ion heating mechanism; natural plasma self-organization as a robust, stable confinement scheme; and passive magnetic compression at modest ratios to reduce overall engineering complexity.
"Every application is short of chips."
When pervasive chip and semiconductor shortages are threatening supply chains worldwide, it is hardly a surprise that Apple, one of the largest silicon buyers, has postponed the production of some MacBooks and iPads, according to a new report from Ni