Nvidia’s Meteoric Rise Drove Shares of These Three Suppliers Over 30% Year-to-date

Nvidia is one of the world’s biggest companies, with a market capitalisation of $3.11 trillion. The Nvidia stock returned a phenomenal 282,884% in total returns since its 1999 IPO or 36.8% in average annual returns over the last 25 years. The chipmaker’s massive leap into powering AI engines and growing demand for graphics processing units … Read more

India electronics component manufacturing to hit $240 bn by 2030

New Delhi: As the government doubles down on making India a global manufacturing hub, the demand for electronics components and sub-assemblies is likely to scale to $240 billion by 2030, paving the way for $500 billion worth of electronics production goal while creating at least 2.8 lakhs new jobs by 2026, a report showed on … Read more

Spoilt for choice: How changing consumer preferences & tech advancements driving upgrades in electronics and car

Kolkata | New Delhi: Hyundai Motor India gave the third significant upgrade to its flagship sports utility vehicle Creta this January, almost nine years after its launch in 2015 and about four years after its second generation in 2020. But the next big development followed in just three months with the performance-focused Creta N Line … Read more

Recent solar storm and eclipse are reminders we live in the sun’s embrace

The colourful auroras that treated skywatchers across the country last weekend and the total solar eclipse last month are reminders that the Earth is in direct line of fire from activities on the surface of the sun. The Space Weather division of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has been issuing warnings for … Read more

Canadian military should turn to private sector for space surveillance tech, MPs told

The Canadian military could have modern satellite coverage in the Arctic a decade earlier than envisioned if the federal government is willing to follow the example of other countries and embrace commercial options in space, a House of Commons committee heard Monday. Mike Greenley, chief executive officer of MDA Canada, told committee members Canada has fallen behind … Read more

India’s 300 billion USD electronics goal by 2026 requires 100 Billion USD in chips

New Delhi: As India aims to reach $300 billion electronics production by FY26, it will trigger demand for semiconductors worth $90-$100 billion, largely driven by domestic mobile manufacturing — an opportunity the country must tap. The current electronics manufacturing at nearly $103 billion translates to a semiconductor requirement of $26-$31 billion, considering the industry average … Read more

London Drugs stores remain closed after ‘cybersecurity incident’

All London Drugs stores remained closed across Western Canada on Tuesday morning, two days after the B.C.-based company announced it was dealing with a “cybersecurity incident.” A statement issued by the company at 7:20 a.m. PT Tuesday said its stores “will remain temporarily closed … until further notice while continuing to provide customers with urgent pharmacy care.” … Read more

Foxconn, a major Apple supplier, introduces rotating CEO role

Taiwan’s Foxconn has this month started a rotating chief executive system in an overhaul of its management designed to nurture successors of the world’s largest contract electronics maker, chairman Young Liu said on Wednesday. Reuters exclusively reported last week that major Apple supplier Foxconn was considering introducing a rotating chief executive system in a move … Read more

Dell XPS 14 vs. HP Spectre x360 14: which should you buy?

Mark Coppock / Digital Trends The HP Spectre x360 14 and Dell XPS 14 are two of the biggest new laptops announced at CES 2024. Deliberately or not, HP and Dell rolled out significant upgrades of their premier laptops to coincide with the arrival of Intel’s Core Ultra Meteor Lake chipset. The latter introduced a new … Read more

What Is Packet Loss, and How Do You Fix It?

There are few things more frustrating than trying to work, game, or stream a movie and experiencing stuttering, pausing, and other unstable behavior due to a dodgy internet connection. Even if your Wi-Fi signal is strong or you’re using a wired connection, you can still experience hiccups due to the irritating phenomenon of packet loss. … Read more