Vedanta and Foxconn are continuing to move forward with their big joint plan for a $20 billion fab for semiconductor fabrication in India, and both companies expect the fab to break even within four years. There’s even talk about building fabs in other countries, too. And to show just how serious they are, Vedanta has hired industry veteran David Reed as its CEO. However, under the surface, the picture is not so rosy. To begin with, there are infrastructure, bureaucracy, and other issues that need to be overcome.
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Is Nvidia about to change forever?
Nvidia may have started out serving the gaming community with a graphics chip, but the company has always been more than a gaming company. Nvidia is a computer company with strong interests in gaming, but its future is computing. CPU computing, GPU computing, and network computing. Maybe Nvidia should make a change to its name to reflect its broad interests. How about Nvidia Computer, or Nvidia Computing.
Valve finally confirms Counter-Strike 2
The long-running Counter-Strike: Global Offensive finally has a sequel, and it looks better than ever.
GDWC adds student competition
Students and independent developers are encouraged to sign up and show their stuff