Microsoft and Nvidia are teaming up to build a cloud-based supercomputer with a focus on artificial intelligence (AI).
Nvidia is designing an advanced chip for the Chinese market that are designed to be compliant with US restrictions.
Pressure is mounting on China’s semiconductor industry as TSMC has stopped making chips for Chinese startup Biren Technology.
Three of the biggest names in the semiconductor industry are collaborating on a new standard for AI interchange format.
Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon wants his company to be part of a consortium of rivals that would invest in Arm and ensure its independence.
Nvidia is — at long last — open-sourcing its GPU kernel drivers for Linux, potentially ending a major pain point for users.
Globant, a company that helps others prepare “for digital and cognitive future,” is the latest victim of the Lapsus$ ransomware group.
Nvidia suffered a major attack at the hands of ransomware group Lapsus$, an attack CEO Jensen Huang is calling a “wake-up call.”
Intel may score a major foundry customer in the form of Nvidia, one of the biggest semiconductor purchasers in the industry.
Microsoft has confirmed it was at least partially compromised by hacking group Lapsus$, saying it interrupted the attack in progress.
Identification and authentication services firm Okta is investigating the possibility it may have been hacked by LAPSUS$.
In the wake of its failed Nvidia deal, Arm is cutting up to 15% of its workforce, or roughly 1,000 jobs.
Hacker group Lapsus$ is in the news again, this time for stealing 190GB of Samsung data and Galaxy code.
The hackers responsible for an Nvidia data breach have finally made their demands, wanting the company to release open source GPU drivers.
Nvidia has taken a novel approach to hackers that stole its data, hacking them back and encrypting the data so it can’t be accessed.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has expressed his interest in joining a consortium aimed at purchasing Arm Holdings.
Nvidia and Arm have officially abandoned a deal that would have seen Nvidia purchase the semiconductor firm for $40 billion.
After months of intense scrutiny and delays, it appears Nvidia is preparing to abandon its attempts to acquire Arm Holding.