A research consortium have discovered a techique to make average computer chips better by trimming away rarely used circuits. Error correction more than makes up for the loss. The new technique could produce breakthrough performance in image capture, multimedia, and other data-capture applications such as hearing aids. Read more on the new process here.
Holy cow: the news explosion from CES
CES came and we all stayed at home. That's maybe just as well. We know several people who think they may have gotten Covid-19 at last year's event. They had caught what they at first thought was a really bad case of the CES Flu. As always, reporting on CES is really a months-long process as the entire universe for consumer electronics resets itself for a new year. And this, friends, is a big new year.
Weak demand for LCD monitors gets weaker
First-half ’22 shipments keep pace with the number from the first half of the previous year, thanks to commercial sales. But commercial buyers cannot bridge the gap left by consumers in the second half of ’22.
Electronic Arts joins Nvidia’s game service
Electronic Arts have joined GeForce Now and will allow some of their most beloved franchises to be acquired by the growing global audience instantly.