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What does chipageddon have to do with climate change? – ABC News

What do you get when you combine the huge surge in demand for consumer electronics that we’ve seen over the part year, with snowstorms in Texas and a drought in…

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What do COVID, a drought in Taiwan and China-US tensions have in common?
They’re all contributing to “chipageddon”.It’s an international phenomenon wreaking havoc on vehicle and computer production lines, and potentially holding up our access to new cars and electronics by months.
Hold up, what’s chipageddon?
Chipageddon is what some have dubbed the global shortage in computer chips that has hit over the last year.
It started as demand for consumer electronics surged when lockdowns hit and the world…

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