A hyper-stylish FPS, Severed Steel has a great core but lacks the coherence of a great shooter.
Assembling the structure.
Making Crescent Moons.
Bigs-up 5G even as it shutters modem business.
Aims to give RISC-V a run for its money.
Next step on from FPGAs.
MKR Vidor 4000 unveiled this weekend.
Seeks an engineer to lead the efforts.
Still using Arm parts, too.
Double the RAM and quadruple the flash, too.
Look to make a splash in HPC.
Claims advantages over Google's TPUs.
Could solve some pretty hairy problems.
First Intel-branded ARM since XScale.
For the biggest customers only.
No waterblock required.
FPGAs heading to future CPUs.
Deal valued upwards of $10 billion.
Price strictly on application, sadly.
Open laptop heads to production.
Break-outs, open drivers and SDR promised.
$250,000 goal for December delivery.
Gen2 spec doubles the interface rate.
Bunnie Huang's dreams come true.
Makes a move into co-processing.
Intel increasing its foundry business.
September 23 2021 | 09:05
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