Sapphire has begun offering its first cooler for CPUs.
Rumor has it that Microsoft is currently working on the Surface RT and Surface Pro sequels along with a Surface "Book" form factor.
The Vertical Power VP-400 Runway Seeker does for planes what the car industry is trying to accomplish for cars: Take the pilot out of the equation and guide you safely to your destination without your...
The new Thermalright Archon SB-E heatsink features a Pressure Vault Bracket plate and ultra-slim design for RAM compatibility.
Nintendo promised significantly greater processing capability in the recently released Wii U than in the preceding Wii console.
Globalfoundries has appointed Rutger Wijburg to oversee the operation of its Fab 8 in Malta, New York.
AMD is at the beginning of a massive reorganization phase that will only leave about half of its entire business to traditional processors.
AMD's management is taking another step to keep the company afloat.
Gigabyte's overclocking team was able to overclock AMD’s A10-5800K APU to a record 7.87 GHz, up from a stock 3.8 GHz.
AMD's CEO said that sales figures stemming from the Black Friday weekend look reasonably well.
Mainstream CPUs in LGA packaging will supposedly be phased out in 2014 for embedded Broadwell SoCs.
Creative signed a $50 million deal to license out GPU tech and sell some of its engineering resources to Intel.
Leaked roadmaps of the upcoming Atom Valleyview-T Atom SoC provide new details about Intel's processor for tablets.
AMD employees are not getting much room to breathe these days. In addition to the 1,700 people that were just cut recently, AMD will be laying off an undisclosed number of people in the first half of 2013.
Intel said that Paul Otellini will retire from his role as CEO in May 2013.
New chips will lead to faster tablets that sports higher memory capacity.
The world's most prestigious supercomputers are usually spotlighted in the Top500 list of the world's fastest systems.
On the right path, Read believes.
AMD is looking for ways to make some cash in a changing market before its reserves are depleted.
Replaces Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Sequoia at the top spot.
After one year of dominating the enthusiast space, Intel's Core i7-3960X is being replaced. The new Core i7-3970X features higher clock rates, but also imposes a 150 W TDP. Just for kicks, we're putting it up...
Tablets are eating cheap PCs alive.
Intel released the 32 nm generation of its Itanium processor series, now known as the 9500-series.
We are not exactly surprised that MIPS has been acquired since the company was shopping for a buyer for several months.
AMD is losing two more high-ranking executives.
Will Apple design its own chips for its Mac computers?