Do data centers need an overhaul? Nvidia says they do
Data centers are only becoming more important. The rise of the digital medium in enterprise means that organizations are becoming increasingly reliant on external hardware to function. Now the AI hype provides a motive to invest heavily in data center infrastructure renewal. Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang... Read more
Nvidia to demand a premium for AI chips
The AI hype is providing Nvidia with plenty of cashflow. Announcements of new Nvidia partners keep coming, but it seems the company will continue to face major shortages through 2023. What is an Nvidia partner deal worth if you don't get what you asked for?
As Wccftech reports, demand for AI-acc... Read more
Computex roundup 2023: AI dominates at Nvidia, Intel and Qualcomm
Every year at Computex, we are bound to see a healthy amount of announcements surrounding new technology. As we are seeing more often this year, it is teeming with AI developments. This time we turn to Nvidia, Intel and Qualcomm to see what they are up to when it comes to AI hardware and applicatio... Read more
This is what Windows Copilot will look like
Microsoft unveiled Windows Copilot at its own Build conference. We take a look at the AI assistant that the Redmond tech giant will introduce for Preview users in June.
Those who follow developments around GitHub and Microsoft 365 products will already be familiar with the concept of a copilot. ... Read more
Windows 11 on Arm gets same data protection as x86 version
A preview version of Windows 11 on Arm now includes Endpoint Data Loss Protection (DLP) policy options. This feature allows users to protect sensitive data.
Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25375 builds on the existing assortment of configuration options on the operating system. Microsoft Purvie... Read more
Nvidia’s GH200 Superchip in production, already in use at Big Tech
Nvidia unveiled the GH200 Grace Hopper "Superchip" at Computex 2023. It is a combination of the company's CPUs and GPUs intended for data centers. This Arm-based chip will allow AI workloads to run efficiently and at massive scale. Google, Meta and Microsoft are said to already have access to the t... Read more
Are Google and OpenAI the right partners to regulate AI?
Reports about the potential dangers of AI are coming thick and fast. We often hear these voices emanating from politicians and ethicists, but they're far from alone. Strikingly, it's the CEOs from Google and OpenAI that can be heard expressing their wish for AI to be regulated. Both companies are l... Read more
According to Intel, we can say goodbye to 16- and 32-bit
Intel is proposing a new architecture standard: X86-S. This would simplify the booting of processors a lot.
Changes like this are rare. Processors can usually handle multiple modes to ensure as much compatibility as possible. For this reason, the existing x86-64 architecture goes through several... Read more
Review: Samsung S23 flagships flex their muscles
Samsung has been offering customers a wide range of smartphones and connected devices for a while. We're taking a closer look at the Koreant tech giants top-of-the-line offerings: the Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra. In addition, we examine the integration that the Galaxy ecosystem offers when these devic... Read more
Nvidia benefits hugely from hype around AI
Nvidia's first-quarter figures will please its shareholders. The GPU giant pulled in $7.2 billion, significantly more than the expected $6.5 billion. The real tastemaker, however, were the projected Q2 results: 11 billion in revenue versus the analyst consensus of 7.2 billion.
However, the resul... Read more