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Softbank has reportedly amassed a $4 billion stake in Nvidia

Japanese multinational telecommunications corporation Softbank has accumulated a $4 billion stake in Nvidia, making it the chipmaker’s fourth-largest shareholder, according to a Bloomberg report citing people familiar with the matter. Softbank disclosed that it owned an unspecified amount of Nvidia stock when it announced it had closed a $93 billion …

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Take on Scala, Java, Python and more with this coding bootcamp

Getting up to speed with today’s coding tools doesn’t require another four year education. With the Complete Programming Language Bootcamp, you can explore the industry’s top programming tools across eight beginner-friendly courses. Boasting over 90 hours of training, this bootcamp’s project-focused curriculum will have you building up your coding skills …

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How to Reboot and Reset Android Devices

Sometimes things go wrong and knowing how to hard reboot or reset your Android device can come handy. To kick things off I think it is best to explain the difference rebooting and resetting. Rebooting is the same as restarting, and close enough to powering off and then turning off …

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FSP to showcase watercooled power supply at Computex

Hardware enthusiasts have been watercooling PCs for well over a decade. In the early days before all-in-one coolers were all the rage, custom efforts largely focused on keeping the processor at a reasonable temperature for the purpose of overclocking. Over time, the practice grew to encompass other toasty components like …

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LeEco is laying off 70 percent of its US-based workforce

Chinese electronics giant LeEco on Tuesday announced a significant restructuring of its US-based business that’ll result in the dismissal of around 325 employees, or roughly 70 percent of its stateside workforce. LeEco blamed a lack of funding for having to pump the brakes. It’s worth noting that LeEco isn’t pulling …

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