The bad news is that SSD prices could jump 50% this year
Is the focus on AI costing more jobs?
eBay says it takes responsibility for the misconduct of its former employees
At the DICE Awards, Alan Wake 2 and Marvel's Spider-Man 2 receive more nominations than Baldur's Gate 3
Will this be the first awards show where BG3 doesn't clean up?
Operational within the next decade, hopefully
A new memory format for "no-compromise" next-gen AI laptops
Twitch says goodbye to more than 500 employees
A lot of buzzwords for a potentially overlapping business acquisition
The new standard will push the boundaries of today's wireless connectivity
Expect this trend to continue
Clouded demand outlook and uncertain market conditions will heavily influence the next three months
Apple has a lot on its plate right now
Radio and podcast giant Audacy files for bankruptcy months after awarding $3.2 million to executives
Video killed the radio star
New federal subsidies to make more chips for cars, washing machines, and missiles?
The market for AI edge inference may not monetize well for the semiconductor vendors
Beating consoles for the last decade, but mobile rules supreme
The H1-B visa is used for foreign workers in specialty occupations, essential to the US tech industry
A decarbonization experiment with reused fuel cells that will run for two years
The deadline has been extended by five months
A hot potato: In a rare story about a company that isn't Amazon pushing to replace its human workers with machines, Samsung is reportedly planning to make all its fabs fully automated within the next six years. The Korean giant has already begun development of a system that will lead to human-free facilities, according to a new report.
Many overemployed people aren't double checking their own work, nor are they innovating on behalf of the company
More chaos for the storage industry
The downturn period experienced in 2023 will soon leave room for a stellar recovery