At present, only two companies – South Korea’s Samsung and Taiwan’s TSMC – manufacture semiconductors on an industrial scale at the most advanced process nodes. These industry leaders are currently producing in commercial quantities at the 7-nanometre (nm) node, while striving to move to 5 nm, and then, finally, to 3 nm by the mid-2020s. For comparison, the US integrated chip manufacturer Intel is also eager to produce in volume at 7 nm, but the company ran into difficulties in achieving this goal, announcing in July 2020 that production of its next-generation chips would be delayed until 2022.
A word we seem to hear a lot lately is “geek”, which refers to someone who has a passion or even an obsession for various technological innovations.
On the night of 27 and 28 July, Google blocked the YouTube accounts of a number of Russian media outlets (the Tsargrad TV channel, the Double-Headed Eagle Society, the anti-abortion group “Za Zhizn!”, Geopolitika.ru) and individual
One of the consequences of the coronavirus and the quarantine measures introduced in a number of countries has been an increase in Internet demand.
From maligning Pakistan in foreign media to try to sabotage Pakistan’s growth on every other front, India has never missed a chance to hurt her neighbor state.