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Secretive Giant TSMC’s $100 Billion Plan To Fix The Chip Shortage

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company makes 24% of all the world’s chips, and 92% of the most advanced ones found in today’s iPhones, fighter jets and supercomputers. Now TSMC is building America’s first 5-nanometer fabrication plant, hoping to reverse a decades-long trend of the U.S. losing chip manufacturing to Asia. CNBC got an exclusive tour of […]

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Hardware

VMware ESXi Setup and Install

NetworkChuck has a new toy and he shares the unboxing and setup with us. I bought a new (old) server to add to my lab!! Buying an old Dell PowerEdge Server or an HP Proliant is the best thing you can do to beef up your lab and start learning. In this video, I walk […]

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Networking

Why Was Facebook Down for Five Hours?

Facebook was down for five hours last week. What happened and what do DNS and BGP have to do with it? Time stamps: 0:00 DNS 7:13 Caching DNS 10:34 Hop-by-hop routing 14:07 Default-free routing 18:28 Peering 19:50 BGP 26:08 The outage

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Hardware Interesting Science

MOSFET – The Most significant invention of the 20th Century

Of all the inventions of the 20th century just one could be said to have changed the world in such a way that it touches virtually everybody on the planet’s lives on a daily basis. It has enabled the most rapid development in technology in history and yet you cant see the vast majority of […]

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Hardware

Unboxing Samsung’s Mind Bending New Display…

If you watch any of my livestreams, then you know how much I love monitors. Unbox Therapy shows off the new Samsung 49″ Odyssey Neo G9 Gaming Monitor #Want

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Hardware

Will IBM Revolutionize PC Gaming?

Here’s a thought provoking video on why IBM could be the catalyst in a PC gaming revolution. We’ve been told by AMD (and @Hardware Unboxed) that cache matters for gaming. So how about giving everyone more cache? Not just L3, but a stonkingly massive L2 cache as well. IBM has the technology, and IBM has […]

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Hardware

Beating Moore’s Law with Photons!

If Moore’s Law is not outright dead, then it’s definitely sick, But what if we change over to photonic computers — using photons rather than electrons? Find out how this could bring the hardware industry to new heights: Lightmatter is building a photonic computer for the biggest growth area in computing right now, and according […]

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Hardware

Tesla D1 Chip – What is All The Fuss About?

Tesla has revealed more details about project Dojo and its D1 Chip. With 50 billion transistors and built on a 7nm process node, the D1 is designed for the training stage of machine learning. Now that Apple and Tesla have entered the chip making market, what does this mean for the established players like Intel […]

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Hardware

Why Are Circuit Boards Green?

Why are PCBs so often green instead of another color?

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Hardware Interesting

Mobile Streaming Gear

ImpartialGeek shows us what he uses for mobile streaming.

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