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USAToday Column
June 15, 2019

The games were the star of E3, but gaming PCs were center stage

FOSTER CITY, Calif. — Hot on the heels of the big E3 gaming conference in Los Angeles, people are talking about gaming-related news. From new game titles, like "Cyberpunk 2077" and "Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order," to next-generation gaming consoles, like the 2020 update of the Microsoft Xbox (codenamed Project Scarlett), to updates on cloud-based game streaming services, there was a lot of new information for gaming enthusiasts to ponder. Arguably, the biggest theme at the show, however, was around PCs.

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Blogs
July 16, 2019

Changes to Arm Licensing Model Add Flexibility for IoT

It's tough enough when you have a business model that not a lot of people understand, but then when you make some adjustments to it, well, let's just say it's easy for people to potentially get confused. Yet, that's exactly the position that Arm could find themselves in today, as news of some additional offerings to their semiconductor IP licensing model are announced.

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  Podcast
July 13, 2019

Intel Chiplet Technology, T-Mobile, Sprint, Dish and 5G Carriers

This week's Tech.pinions podcast discusses some of the latest semiconductor packaging technology announcements from Intel and what they mean for the overall evolution of "chiplets" and the semiconductor industry in general, and debates the potential impact of Dish's involvement with a potential merger between T-Mobile and Sprint and what it says about the current state of 5G networks in the US.

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