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  1. Results45

    HP Enterprise to Acquire Cray Inc for $1.3B

    . SGI machines are the best. Especially the one that cost a quarter-million dollars: .
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    Samsung announces 3nm MBCFET

    K. Cuz I was looking at Ghz
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    Samsung announces 3nm MBCFET

    .......or 255/400W TDP with 28/56 cores at 3.8Ghz: https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/189452/intel-xeon-w-3175x-processor-38-5m-cache-3-10-ghz.html https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/194146/intel-xeon-platinum-9282-processor-77m-cache-2-60-ghz.html
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    Samsung announces 3nm MBCFET

    Indeed it is: ASML designs and makes EUV Lithography machines Both Samsung and TSMC begin production of 5nm this year so phones and tablets that transform into laptops seem more likely than ever. I'm thinking Android phones that unfold into Chromebooks, folding iPad Pros with OS X Mojave, and Qualcomm "always-on" ultrabooks competitive with Intel's offerings. I guess we'll see what comes along for 2nm in 2024/2025 P.S. If you're into what it takes to develop 7, 5, and 3nm transistors, this a pretty great read: https://semiengineering.com/transistor-options-beyond-3nm/
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    Intel linking graphics speculation

    Digging deeper, here's the story of what happened to LucidLogix: After releasing their multi-GPU chip and Hydra Engine firmware in 2008/2009, reviewers found that the performance scaling only worked on a few games and even poor power management in the next version (the Lucid Virtu). Lucid then after dropped development of multi-GPU products altogether and in 2014 began focusing on their "PowerXtend" firmware for smartphones. The company and all of its IP was acquired by Google for over $44 Million this past July. Might all that IP have contributed to Google's Stadia Platform? I bet it did -- directly or indirectly. Sources: Despite Lucid's novel approaches (from multi-GPU to VirtuMVP to PowerXtend) seems like it's demise was because of better execution by larger tech companies. A good example of this was their "Virtual VSync" technology back in 2012. Sounds familiar? Well both Nvidia and AMD released similar solutions within a year or two after. It even kinda shows in their ads. They were hilariously bad: https://www.youtube.com/user/lucidlogixdotcom/videos And then there's Intel:
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    Google Wing enters the drone-delivery race.

    Lame
  7. Sources: https://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-drone-delivery-wing-alphabet-google-20190423-story.html http://fortune.com/2019/04/23/google-delivery-drones/ https://www.vox.com/2019/4/24/18514295/google-wing-aviation-alphabet-drone-faa https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2019/04/27/google-wing-drone-beats-amazon-faa-approval/3591824002/ The next evolution in lazy technology has arrived! But on a more critical note, delivering transplants by drone is here as well: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/03/drone-flies-a-kidney-to-a-transplant-patient-for-the-first-time-ever.html
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    Folding PCs? Lenovo says "yep"

    Literally! http://discovermagazine.com/2018/apr/future-wear https://www.technologyreview.com/s/539551/ridiculously-elastic-conductive-fibers-for-stretchable-circuits/ https://www.technologyreview.com/s/408800/weaving-batteries-into-clothes/ https://www.technologyreview.com/s/421389/singing-threads/ https://semiengineering.com/non-traditional-chips-gaining-steam/
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    Intel 7nm in 2021

    Is there a thread somewhere already talking about Intel beginning shipments of 10nm CPUs this June (aka next month)? .
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    Folding PCs? Lenovo says "yep"

    Apparently Dell and Asus are at it too.......... Sources: https://www.extremetech.com/computing/270719-asus-shows-off-precog-laptop-with-second-screen-for-keyboard https://wccftech.com/dell-roadmap-leak-xps-dual-screen-xps-13-intel-ice-lake-10nm/ https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2019/05/lenovo-shows-off-a-folding-screen-laptop-coming-some-time-in-2020/ https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2019/5/13/18537302/lenovo-foldable-pc-thinkpad-x1-prototype-hands-on-folding-screen But they might as well die when our phones get a second fold: .
  11. LTT Review is up by the way: The big question is: how am I gonna be able to use all 12GB OF RAM? Install Windows 10? EDIT: found the answer (to prevent background apps from being killed) https://www.androidauthority.com/how-much-ram-do-you-need-in-smartphone-2019-944920/ https://www.howtogeek.com/367770/how-much-ram-does-an-android-phone-really-need/ https://www.howtogeek.com/367770/how-much-ram-does-an-android-phone-really-need/ .
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    iMac 2019 vs Fully-Loaded Macbook Pro

    Both their "tricked out" iMac Pro and Macbook Pro have 32 gigabytes.
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    Thread for Linus Tech Tips Video Suggestions

    After watching "Tech Jesus" mention this while roasting Linus........... I thought: they could really build an RC-PC out of that! Maybe it would turn-out looking something like this: .
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    iMac 2019 vs Fully-Loaded Macbook Pro

    2 things: Would the $3149 Macbook Pro with the Core i7-8850H and Vega Pro 20 have faired any better against the featured Macbook Pro or iMac Pro in terms of value? Can you guys consider doing a long-term usage review or ~ in light of these solutions ~ a "ways to work around iOS limitations" video for the iPad Pro? Nicely done comparison by the way!
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