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29 October

German technology group Bosch has planned to invest over 400 million euros in microchip production in Germany and Malaysia next year. By doing this, the company hopes to reduce the global deficit. A shortage of chips for car companies has had a significant impact on car production around the world in the past year. Some […]

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25 October

Scientists have created a smart new dressing that will help solve a serious problem in the treatment of chronic wounds. It transmits damage status data directly to the smartphone. To understand that the wound is healing and does not require treatment, doctors have to remove the bandage. However, this can interfere with the healing process. […]

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21 October

The UK intends to use heat from data centers to heat homes and offices. This will help reduce the amount of greenhouse gases. During operation, data centers generate a lot of heat, it is called garbage, since it is not used in any way. The UK authorities decided to use this heat to heat homes […]

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20 October

Google is committed to proactively detecting software defects in key open source projects. But now it has become known that the company is also developing a SiliFuzz system that will detect defects in processors. How SiliFuzz works is to analyze processor performance by executing pre-prepared test data collected using emulators. This is one of the […]

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19 October

Vestas is developing the world’s most powerful offshore wind turbine. It will be installed in Denmark in the second half of 2022. According to the company, the height of the turbine will be 280 m and the length of the blades will be 115.5 m. Vestas is going to install a prototype turbine onshore to […]

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17 October

In a massive campaign to eradicate cryptocurrencies, the Chinese authorities identified hundreds of miners who were stealing electricity from government agencies. And this is especially unpleasant against the background of the fact that the country is struggling with its shortage. According to state-owned Chinese media, miners in Zhejiang and Jiangsu provinces began to persecute miners […]

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14 October

Acer presented several products with antibacterial properties at once, and also showed how a unique jacket made from coffee grounds looks like. Acer announced this week that it is expanding its antimicrobial product catalog to multiple product lines covering both consumer and commercial audiences. Thousands of bacteria are deposited on the surface of electronic devices […]

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13 October

Intelligence services may intercept encrypted messages and store them in the hope that they can eventually develop a practical quantum computer to crack them, a security researcher working with the UK government warned. Quantum computers cannot crack encrypted networks – yet, but such a possibility exists in the not too distant future. Although dozens of […]

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12 October

AMD’s GPU Lead Vineet Goel joined Intel in late September. The processor giant officially confirmed this information and added that the specialist took the position of vice president and general manager of the Xe Architecture and IP Engineering Group. Gowell reports directly to Raja Koduri, an AMD veteran who also joined Intel and led the […]

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12 October

An analog neural processor is presented, which most accurately simulates the work of the human brain. Rain Neuromorphics has developed a digital processor that contains 10,000 digital neurons. It will be released using a 180nm process technology. The human brain is made up of about 90 billion neurons. It also has dendrites – these are […]

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