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[Update: Mfg. Statement] Popular SoC Boards Have An Unpatchable Security Flaw, Leaving Many Automotive, Industrial And Military Components At Risk

Researchers conducting a routine security audit recently discovered two serious security flaws within a popular brand of System on a Chip (SoC) boards. The security vulnerability undermines secure boot capabilities. What’s most concerning is the fact that the SoC is deployed in several critical components that go into mainstream industry …

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Early Samples Of Intel Tiger Lake CPUs With Xe Graphics Seen in User benchmark Databases

After a lot of delays, Intel finally released the Ice Lake CPU architecture which is based on its new 10nm process node. It is worth noting that Intel is the last firm to join the better manufacturing process. Other Silicon producers have already moved to the 7nm process, and according …

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Largest Processor Ever Built Packs 1.2 Trillion Transistors, Leaves Top-End Intel And AMD CPUs and GPUs Behind

A company has managed to create the largest ever processing chip that far exceeds anything that Intel or AMD has ever produced. With an insane 1.2 Trillion transistors on the silicon wafer, the processor is by far the biggest semiconductor chip ever built. The company behind the processor is planning …

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Sony PlayStation 5 To Pack Top-End Powerful GPU Clocking 2.0 GHz, Indicates Leaked Sample Clocks Of PS5 Test Bench

The Sony PlayStation 5 and the Microsoft Xbox Scarlett are two of the most anticipated and eagerly awaited high-end gaming consoles. The individual companies have been tightly holding on to the specifications of their respective gaming machines, but features do keep leaking regularly. The latest leak suggests Sony’s PS5 could …

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Navi 23 Might Be Based On AMD’s 2nd Generation RDNA Architecture, Internally Known As “NVIDIA Killer”

AMD recently announced its new RDNA architecture based Navi GPUs, and it appears the NVIDIA competitor is already deep in development of the second-generation RDNA. The new architecture reportedly supports high-bandwidth HBM2E VRAM. With their next-gen technology, AMD is attempting to achieve hardware-level integration on their GPUs to support real-time …

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Project Athena Laptops Will Get A New Swanky Intel Badge

Intel Project Athena appears to be entering the commercial arena. High-end laptops that are usually configured for better performance and graphics for productivity, as well as gaming, will soon have Intel processors that have been “engineered for mobile performance”. CPUs meant for such powerful yet mainstream laptops and mobile computing …

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Rumors Suggest AMD’s Flute SoC Will Power Microsoft’s Project Scarlett: Another Cost Minimizing Measure

Current console cycle along with the mid-cycle refreshes are at their end. Both console giants Sony and Microsoft have already announced that their respective consoles will be retiring by the end of the current year. Both companies have come forward with bold announcements regarding their next consoles. These include 8k …

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Google Glasses Development Continues As Search Giant Attempts To Discover True Potential Of AR And VR

Google Glasses are not abandoned. Google is deep in the development of the third generation of the Augmented Reality infused smart glasses. Google wants to pursue the idea of simple wearable glasses that are always connected to the internet and offer information and updates directly to wearer’s ears, while visual …

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AMD Extends Radeon Cauldron 1.0 SDK To Programming Community Which Uses Simplified C++

After extensive internal testing and surprisingly rapid adoption within, AMD is now offering Radeon Cauldron 1.0 Software Development Kit (SDK) to the programming community. The company assures the framework is not only highly simplified but it is also remarkably versatile. In other words, the Radeon Cauldron SDK is easily graspable for …

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DRAM Prices To Go As Low As 40% Of The Current Price: Aftershocks Of The Trade War

A few days back, the prices of SSDs were at their minimal. We reported that the prices might increase due to a decrease in supply as many Taiwanese producers had decreased SSD production. The laws of economics are now against DRAM producers. It is reported that the prices of DRAMs …

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