Not personally interested in laptops, but I am impressed with the progress Apple has made with its custom processors. Apple was the first company to introduce a 5-nanometer processor. I'm waiting for AMD and Intel to catch up. Until recently, Intel was struggling to go from 14-nanometers to 10-nanometers.
The biggest chip manufacturer is in Tawain. It has been reported that Intel has contracted for 100% of the not yet available 3-nanometer chip production. In other words, everyone else is out of luck and would have to look elsewhere to produce faster chips.
The "Game of Life" is not an actual game, but a computer simulation invented around 50 years ago. It was one of the first things I learned about computers. It follows a couple of simple rules that create interesting self-propagating patterns.
Apparently, someone has taken this to a much more advanced level.