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Samsung now ready to produce 8 nanometer chipsets

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 19 October 2017

Qualifying for the production process three months ahead of time, Samsung confirms that its plans to build 8 nanometer chips is ready to go. FULL STORY >

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Intel has developed superconducting test chip for quantum computing

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 11 October 2017

It's yet another step forward in Quantum Computing. FULL STORY >

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Tesla and AMD working together on chip for self-driving cars

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 21 September 2017

Following the news of Waymo and Intel's announcement, Tesla and AMD have confirmed a partnership to create a chip designed for use in self-driving cars. FULL STORY >

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Intel introduces new 8th Gen Core processors

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 21 August 2017

Intel expands its family of processors, by introducing the 8th Core offering that promises to deliver up to 40% more speed than its predecessor. FULL STORY >

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IBM develops chip with 30 billion transistors

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 5 June 2017

The death of Moore's Law has been greatly exaggerated, at least as far as IBM's latest chip is concerned. FULL STORY >

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CHiPs movie receives first trailer

By Staff Writer 12 January 2017

If you think that the new CHiPs movie is to be a trip down memory lane, well, you have another thing coming. FULL STORY >

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Qualcomm debuts new 10 nm Snapdragon 835 chip

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 18 November 2016

With transistors as small as a water molecule according to Qualcomm, the company unveils its latest mobile chipset - the Snapdragon 835. FULL STORY >

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Parker is Nvidia's latest SoC for self-driving cars

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 24 August 2016

Initially shown at CES this year, Nvidia details its System on Chip (SoC) offering for autonomous vehicles, named Parker. FULL STORY >

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Samsung uses IBM's TrueNorth for hand gesture recognition demo

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 15 August 2016

A processor designed by IBM to work like a human brain, Samsung recently used TrueNorth for its own hand gesture recognition system. FULL STORY >

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Aruba Atmosphere 2016: Preparing for the digital revolution

By Ryan Noik 15 June 2016

Amongst the many discussions, keynotes and interviews at Aruba Atmosphere 2016, there were a few gems of insights that were shared, tucked into the tail end of the conference. FULL STORY >

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Samsung unveils new Exynos 7 Octa 7870 chipset for mid-range smartphones

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 17 February 2016

Designed for use in mid-range smartphones as a competitor to Qualcomm's Snapdragon, Samsung debuts a new Exynos chipset - the 7 Octa 7870. FULL STORY >

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To give its army added edge, DARPA is working on unjammable chip

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 13 January 2016

In an effort to give the US military a communication advantage, DARPA is currently developing an unjammable chip to combat the use of electronic warfare. FULL STORY >

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Google reportedly looking for a partner to help design its own chips

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 6 November 2015

According to reports, Google is aiming to get on the same level as Apple and Samsung, by designing its own set of smartphone chips with the help of a partner. FULL STORY >

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Why you should care about the chipset in your mobile device

By Staff Writer 31 July 2015

When buying a new smartphone, we consider the screen, camera and price, but James Munn of Qualcomm says the chipset should be of equal concern. FULL STORY >

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Star Wars #1 SA Artist editions for sale on Bidorbuy

By Mike Joubert 25 February 2015

A number of variant covers illustrated by some awesome local comic talent are now up for auction on Bidorbuy. FULL STORY >

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