Ryan Shrout says goodbye to Intel
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Ex PC Perspective leaves after almost five years

Ryan Shrout, ex. PC Perspective hack has announced its departure from Intel, where he has changed quite a few roles since 2018.

Lamini ditches Nvidia
Published in AI
27 September 2023

Lamini ditches Nvidia

AMD GPUs easier for Llama-2

AI startup Lamini uses AMD GPUs instead of the more popular Nvidia GPUs to run large language models (LLMs) like Llama-2 for customers.

Sir Jony Ive gears up to take on Apple
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Teaming up with OpenAI chief Sam Altman

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that the bloke who made Apple’s mediocre hardware look special, Sir Jony Ive, is teaming up with OpenAI chief Sam Altman to build an AI-based project.

Apple told to open up to rivals
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EU set to scare the pants off Jobs' Mob

The EU is set to give the fruity cargo cult Apple a few sleepless nights with its industry chief Thierry Breton calling on the company to open up its walled garden of delights.

Microsoft investigates cheaper AI options
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Plan B from outer space

Software king of the world, Microsoft, is investigating cheaper, less effective means of running AI.

GPUs hit by cross-origin attack
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Six of the major suppliers vulnerable

GPUs from all six significant suppliers could be vulnerable to a newly discovered attack that allows malicious websites to read the usernames, passwords, and other sensitive visual data displayed by other websites.

Unity group collapses into chaos
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Company no longer loved 

The "first official Unity user group in the world" has collapsed into chao after 13 years because it no longer trusts the company.

MariaDB might be sold to Runa Capital
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Ill advised IPO

Venture capital firm Runa Capital has bid for MariaDB, the open saucy database company which slashed its staff levels to the bone after a disappointing IPO last year.

Samsung develops Low Power Compression Attached Memory Module
Published in PC Hardware

Says it will transform DRAM

Samsung Electronics has developed the industry’s first Low Power Compression Attached Memory Module (LPCAMM) form factor, which is expected to transform the DRAM market for PCs and laptops — and potentially data centres.

France surrendering to robots
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Installations growing eight per cent a year

France is adopting robots at a rate of eight per cent a year according to a report compiled by the  International Federation of Robotics.