Market Intelligence Center  Jun 5  Comment 
Dave M. is battling computer hardware "issues" this morning. The good news is we have new, bigger, better, faster, stronger computers today. The bad news relates to the idea of an old dog trying to learn new tricks! (Dave was heard saying...
Forbes  Apr 30  Comment 
From time to time people ask me why chips cost so much, and can't anything be done to make them cheaper.  The argument goes like this: Silicon is the second most abundant element on the earth's crust, making up about 28% of its mass.  It's the...
SeekingAlpha  Apr 13  Comment 
By Confero: ASML (ASML) is a lithography equipment manufacturer for the semiconductor industry, without which chip manufacturers cannot make computer chips for the computer and telecom industries. ASML is nearly a monopoly company in the...
TechCrunch  Mar 24  Comment 
Physicists at Ohio State University have successfully sent an electron “down” a wire made of diamond, a first that could mean new methods of transferring data inside computer chips. As you can imagine, these aren’t wires in a traditional...
The Economic Times  Mar 3  Comment 
HCL Infosystems’ exit from PC manufacturing and the ongoing organisational restructuring have prompted many staff to post resumes on job portals.
The Economic Times  Mar 2  Comment 
HCL Infosystems’ exit from PC manufacturing and the ongoing organisational restructuring have prompted many staff to post resumes on job portals.
New York Times  Jan 23  Comment 
Cheap servers were a drag on Big Blue. Now the company plans to focus on computer hardware with better profit margins.     
New York Times  Jan 9  Comment 
Scientists are looking for new ways to make computer chips and investigating materials that can self-assemble.     
Yahoo  Dec 22  Comment 
The massive data breach disclosed by retailer Target Corp last week is likely to teach its U.S. customers a painful lesson in payment card security and build support for an anti-fraud technology now sitting on the shelf. For years, U.S. merchants...
Red Orbit  Nov 21  Comment 
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Theorists Predict New Single-Layer Material Could Go Beyond Graphene, Conducting Electricity with 100 Percent Efficiency at Room Temperature A single layer of tin atoms could be the world’s first...

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