Consequence of the sanctions: Russia builds laptops – with chips from 2012

published13. August 2022, 19:42 consequence of the sanctions: Russia builds laptops – with chips from 2012 Russia will soon be launching a laptop “Made in Russia”. The Bitblaze Titan BM15 comes with an outdated processor and an even older graphics card. 1 / 3 This is what Bitblaze Titan BM15 from the Russian company Prombit … Read more

Almost all AMD Ryzen chips are vulnerable to SQUIP attacks, it reduces performance by 50%

Security researchers have discovered a new CPU vulnerability called “SQUIP”, which is short for Scheduler Queue Usage via Interference Probing. Apple M1 processors and Ryzen chips based on AMD Zenamong others, have been found vulnerable to this new security flaw. The vulnerability is related to multi-level separate scheduling queues, while Intel uses a single scheduler, … Read more

“Æpic Leak” – TU Graz warns of vulnerabilities in Intel chips

Æpic Leak (Architectually Leaking Uninitialized Data from the Microarchitecture) is the first attack that can directly read data from the microarchitecture of the main processor (CPU, Central Processing Unit) without using side-channel information. The attack uses a vulnerability in the hardware to directly read data that has not yet been overwritten from the CPU’s internal … Read more

Coca-Cola was supposed to help with morphine addiction, potato chips were just a joke: The inventions that changed our lives were created by accident

Other Kristýna Ševčíková 09. 08. 2022 A microwave oven, glue or penicillin make life easier for millions of people around the world. Believe it or not, these inventions often came about completely by accident. Even favorite foods or drinks are the result of a mistake. People are always chasing big things, success or fame, but … Read more

Russia continues to acquire Western electronics needed for advanced weapons, writes BBC — ČT24 — Czech Television

After studying the wreckage of Russian weapons and technology, experts concluded that more than 450 imported components are used in the latest Russian weapons, mainly from the USA, but also from Japan, Taiwan, South Korea and European countries. These parts are used in Iskander and Tornado-S missiles and in other types of ammunition, in unmanned … Read more

Apple is preparing an updated Mac mini on M2 and M2 Pro chips, but without a redesign

The new version of the Mac mini computer will replace the previously assumed M1 Pro processor with more modern M2 and M2 Pro chips, Bloomberg analyst Mark Gurman said in an author’s newsletter Power On. Image source: According to Mr. Gurman, Apple previously worked on an updated Mac mini on the M1 Pro chip … Read more

The mobile phone signal in the sub-center area of ​​Guangzhou was paralyzed because a man pulled out 8 base station chips and sold them | T Kebang

Nansha District, Guangzhou, China is a local sub-center with a large population. However, in the last month, the local mobile phone signal was suddenly paralyzed and there was no signal. Now the local police have revealed the reason: a man actually pulled out the chip modules of several local base stations and sold them. According … Read more

Intel prepares to offer its first Wi-Fi 7 chips in 2024 as the Wi-Fi 6E standard tries to take off

Officially it is called 802.11be, but we will know it by its commercial name, Wi-Fi 7. This new standard for wireless connections is the evolution of Wi-Fi 6 and of Wi-Fi 6E (802.11ax), two standards that are only now beginning to make an appearance in computing and mobility. There are several companies that they are … Read more

Microsoft Teams Launches Version Supporting Native M1 / ​​M2 Chips – APPLEFANS

Apple officially launched its own Apple Silicon chip in October 2020. In order to allow Mac users to enjoy the smooth performance brought by native apps, many apps have been actively launching versions that support native M chips.Now the Microsoft Teams App is finally availableSupports native M1 / ​​M2 chipsversion of. Microsoft Teams App supports … Read more

Discovery of a new material that can increase the performance of computer chips

News hardware Discovery of a new material that can increase the performance of computer chips Published on 07/31/2022 at 17:25 A team of researchers from the famous MIT, in collaboration with the University of Houston, recently found an alternative to silicon to make the semiconductor of tomorrow, its name: cubic boron arsenide. After lithium, researchers … Read more