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Sources: Nvidia is planning to abandon its Arm acquisition, as regulators scrutinize the deal; source says SoftBank is preparing an IPO for Arm
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Twitter code shows it is developing Flock, which lets users create tweets for up to 150 close friends, after teasing the feature in July 2021
James Vincent / The Verge:
Meta unveils AI Research SuperCluster, a supercomputer for ML training, claiming it will have 16K GPUs and be the world's fastest upon completion in mid-2022
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