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This startup wants to copy you into an embryo for organ harvesting

In a search for novel forms of longevity medicine, a biotech company based in Israel says it intends to create embryo-stage versions of people in order to harvest tissues for use in transplant treatments. The company, Renewal Bio, is pursuing… Continue Reading →

TSMC Chairman: Fabs Would Be ‘Not Operable’ If China Invades

Tensions are running high as Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi touched down in Taiwan today. The controversial visit was undertaken despite stark warnings from the Chinese government of “forceful measures” if she went through with it. She is the… Continue Reading →

The OpenCAPI consortium’s assets and standards will be transferred to the CXL consortium, making CXL the dominant server CPU-to-device interconnect standard (Ryan Smith/AnandTech)

Ryan Smith / AnandTech: The OpenCAPI consortium’s assets and standards will be transferred to the CXL consortium, making CXL the dominant server CPU-to-device interconnect standard  —  With the 2022 Flash Memory Summit taking place this week, not only is there… Continue Reading →

The Download: a breakthrough climate bill, and Twitter’s terrible trends

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Here are the biggest technology wins in the breakthrough climate bill Two weeks after blowing up hopes of… Continue Reading →

The US Secret Service is exploring disabling iMessage on employees’ phones, since its E2E encryption may have led to the loss of January 6 texts (Eric Geller/Politico)

Eric Geller / Politico: The US Secret Service is exploring disabling iMessage on employees’ phones, since its E2E encryption may have led to the loss of January 6 texts  —  The agency is weighing the trade-offs of restricting how employees… Continue Reading →

US Congress Passes CHIPS Act, Sends it to Biden’s Desk

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger holds an 18A SRAM wafer. After years of being stuck in legislative gridlock, the CHIPS act has finally passed both the House and the Senate. It will now proceed to President Biden’s desk, where it will… Continue Reading →

Here are the biggest technology wins in the breakthrough climate bill

Two weeks after blowing up hopes of a US climate deal, Senator Joe Manchin announced on Wednesday that he and Senator Chuck Schumer, the Democratic majority leader, had struck a compromise agreement that would provide nearly $400 billion for climate… Continue Reading →

Raptor Lake Gets Up to 20 Percent Performance Boost With DDR5

Even though a lot of us are galavanting around and enjoying summer, Intel is hard at work prepping Raptor Lake for its impending launch. This means more CPUs are getting into the hands of system builders, allowing for more benchmarks… Continue Reading →

US Congress is working on a bill to crack down on and ban firms that sell spyware from working with the government; experts say market will be hard to curtail (Suzanne Smalley/CyberScoop)

Suzanne Smalley / CyberScoop: US Congress is working on a bill to crack down on and ban firms that sell spyware from working with the government; experts say market will be hard to curtail  —  Congress is waking up to… Continue Reading →

Microsoft Testing ‘Taskbar Overflow’ Feature for Power Users

Windows 11 began rolling out to devices late last year, shaking up the formula that made Windows 10 so long-lived. Among the multitude of changes, good and bad, is the taskbar. The new design is contentious to say the least,… Continue Reading →

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