Dennard scaling is gone, Amdahl’s Law is reaching its limit, and Moore’s Law is becoming difficult and expensive to follow, particularly as power and performance benefits diminish. And while none of that has reduced opportunities for much faster, lower-power chips, it has significantly shifted the dynamics for their design and manufacturing.
This may sound silly to some, but lately, I’ve been feeling a bit guilty. Guilty because I’ve not been a good lad and crunched those hours as well as I could have, according to the imposed numbers on my contract.
Meta deserves a bit of a discount off of its recent highs, but a number of myths about its business have caused the market to over-react.
It's mythbusting time! The world's richest and largest city is cheaper and roomier than you think.
While mapping minerals in Earth’s deserts, the agency's new detector on the ISS spotted massive contributors to climate change