Vendors and federal agencies will have to comply with the new certification rules, eventually
TSMC's extreme work culture is putting off US workers, CEO says employees should have passion for job
TSMC's Glassdoor ratings aren't good
P2P payment apps are not banks, and users could eventually lose all their money
Is China holding back?
Providing some good old pentesting to those insecure voting machines
The FBI once said China is responsible for more cyberattacks on the US than every other country combined
The move is in response to journalists, activists, politicians, and academics being surveilled by foreign governments
Foundry founder discusses chip industry fragmentation and US-China chip sanctions
Former national security advisor thinks control of TSMC would make China the OPEC of semiconductors
TikTok has almost 100 million active users in the US
The sanctions are having a huge impact
Cyberattacks are getting more sophisticated and existing security mechanisms are proving ineffective
China has a "stunning lead" over the US
In a nutshell: The Biden administration might be limiting China's ability to manufacture advanced chips, but according to an independent think tank, the Asian nation is still ahead of the US when it comes to research in 37 out of 44 crucial and emerging technologies, including AI, defense, and key quantum tech areas.
U.S. Marshals Service hack is the latest in a string of cybersecurity "incidents" over last two weeks
The big picture: The US government has had a bad run of cybersecurity-related incidents over the last couple of weeks. In the span of 12 days, officials from the FBI, DoD, and USMS have confirmed one data leak caused by human error and two separate attacks against government systems. So far, investigators have either not found any suspects or are keeping the lid on what they have discovered.
Google claims sites would be forced to strictly regulate everything, or nothing at all
Tesla has already committed to opening 7,500 Superchargers to non-Tesla vehicles
China is preparing to shoot down a UFO, too
What just happened? In a situation thought to be unprecedented in peaceful times, the US military has shot down a fourth flying object over North American airspace this month. The latest target, described as an octagonal structure with strings but no payload, was shot over Lake Huron in Michigan at 2.42 pm local time on Sunday following orders from President Biden.
Meanwhile, US companies are doing everything they can to reduce their reliance on China
Whitehall squabbling continues to stall the UK's eagerly anticipated chips policy
White House report criticizes Apple and Google app store policies
Two former employees claim the tech giant bullied them
A common AI to benefit society while respecting privacy
Direct and collateral effects of the CHIPS act
Editor's take: Undeniably, we usually spend a lot of time talking about leading edge semiconductor manufacturing. This is a common mistake that everyone falls into when discussing semis, one which we are as guilty of as anyone. The world is rightly focused on the scarcity of companies capable of operating at the leading edge, but there is a lot more to semis.
With the recent launch of new GPUs from both AMD and Nvidia, it's time to take a look into what graphics cards are the best value right now, using the most up to date pricing in several regions.
The plant will be operational in 2024