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Apple is Entering the Car Market by 2024!

  Yes you read it right! Apple is entering the automotive market with its self driving technology and innovative battery solutions. Well, it was about time that they branched out to other sectors as the consumer electronics business was getting saturated. Except for 5G and few other minor innovations in display,camera and battery there's really not much of a technological advancement that can be seen in the near future. That's one of the reasons why smartphone chip companies have gradually started to move to automotive industry - the industry that has been seriously lacking innovation for over a decade .  In the last couple of years, we have seen Tesla pick up and revolutionize the automotive industry as if it was the lone company that had the vision to do so. At a time when competitors were lacking motivation, Tesla just disrupted the market with its self driving electric vehicles. And now they are the market leaders and every other car maker is following the suite. This is t

Apple Mac Book to ditch the sluggish Intel for Good ?

There was a time when Computers/Laptops would be just assumed to have been based out of one entity and no one would even bother to look other way - it was none other than the semiconductor giant "Intel" (I know the tun.. tun tun.. tuun sound just popped into your head the moment I said "Intel")  But, over the years the "giant" status has been challenged by its competitors ARM , Qualcomm , AMD , NVIDIA and others. It has only gone on to harm the market share for Intel.  One of the major drawbacks as seen by most analysts is that Intel's foundry was somehow not able to keep up with the latest technological trends. Intel's own design and foundry were the primary reasons it was able to pull of such huge margins. TSMC,Samsung,Global Foundries and many other third party foundries have been able to invest heavily in R&D and have made leaps of advancement in downsizing the node. Currently, the "5nm" node is gearing up for shipment