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Samsung Foundry Update: 2nm Unveil in June, Second-Gen SF3 3nm Hits Production This Year

As part of Samsung’s Q1 earnings announcement, the company has outlined some of its foundry unit’s key plans for the rest of the year. The company has confirmed that it remains on track to meeting its goal of starting mass production of chips on its SF3 (3 nm-class, 2nd Generation) technology in the second half…

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iPhone 16 Pro rumored to have the brightest display on any iPhone ever

The latest rumors surrounding the iPhone 16 Pro reveal that Apple might be planning the brightest display to date on any iPhone. Weibo leaker Instant Digital (via MacRumors) says Cupertino wants to add a 20% brighter display to its upcoming 2024 iPhone models.With that, the SDR brightness would be 1,200 nits compared to the 1,000…

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SK hynix Reports That 2025 HBM Memory Supply Has Nearly Sold Out

Demand for high-performance processors for AI training is skyrocketing, and consequently so is the demand for the components that go into these processors. So much so that SK hynix this week is very publicly announcing that the company’s high-bandwidth memory (HBM) production capacity has already sold out for the rest of 2024, and even most…

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Samsung Tapes Out Its First 3nm Smartphone SoC, Gets A Boost From Synopsys AI-Enabled Tools

This week Samsung Electronics and Synopsys announced that Samsung has taped out its first mobile system-on-chip on Samsung Foundry’s 3nm gate-all-around (GAA) process technology. The announcement, coming from electronic design automation Synopsys, further notes that Samsung used the Synopsys.ai EDA suite to place-n-route the layout and verify design of the SoC, which in turn enabled…

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What if the groundbreaking ‘iPhone AI’ is just a regular old phone? 

Thank god for the Humane Ai Pin and Rabbit r1 launches this year. These “not-a-phone” gadgets are supposed to put AI front and center. But each of them represents a different type of failure. Yet I’m thankful for both of them, as they’ve opened our eyes to the reality of AI hardware: We have some…

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Samsung Unveils CXL Memory Module Box: Up to 16 TB at 60 GB/s

Composable disaggregated data center infrastructure promises to change the way data centers for modern workloads are built. However, to fully realize the potential of new technologies, such as CXL, the industry needs brand-new hardware. Recently, Samsung introduced its CXL Memory Module Box (CMM-B), a device that can house up to eight CXL Memory Module –…

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SK hynix to Build $3.87 Billion Memory Packaging Fab in the U.S. for HBM4 and Beyond

SK hynix this week announced plans to build its advanced memory packaging facility in West Lafayette, Indiana. The move can be considered as a milestone both for the memory maker and the U.S., as this is the first advanced memory packaging facility in the country and the company’s first significant manufacturing operation in America. The…

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This Amazon Fire Tablet is the perfect alternative to Apple’s pricey iPads

When Amazon released the first batch of Fire Tablets, it was pretty clear what the company’s intention was. As is the case with many of its other product lines, Amazon looked to undersell all of its top competitors by offering dirt-cheap options that were actually pretty good. Then, as time went on and the company…

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SK hynix Tube T31 Stick SSD Review: Bridging Solution Springs A Surprise

SK hynix is one of the few vertically integrated manufacturers in the flash-based storage market (along with Samsung, Micron / Crucial, Western Digital, and Kioxia). The company is well-established in the OEM market. A few years back, they also started exploring direct end-user products. Internal SSDs (starting with the Gold S31 and Gold P31) were…

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NVIDIA Intros RTX A1000 and A400: Entry-Level ProViz Cards Get Ray Tracing

With NVIDIA’s Turing architecture turning six years old this year, the company has been retiring many of the remaining Turing products from its video card lineup. And today that spirit of spring cleaning is coming to the entry-level segment of NVIDIA’s professional visualization lineup, where NVIDIA is introducing a pair of new desktop cards based…

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