For the first time, researchers were able to build a system in which a single photon could be transmitted while all others were blocked.
Apple may be leveraging its market power to shift production contracts away from Samsung to a greater extent than currently believed.
Every once in a while, Intel restores our confidence that Moore's Law is still alive and well.
Despite the current processor performance focus in the smartphone space, Apple keeps quiet on the architecture of its new chips.
You don't have to be in San Francisco to catch all the action from IDF.
Intel shows off the future.
Following a round of budget Ivy processors for desktop computers, Intel is readying a lineup following the same strategy for the mobile segment.
Intel formally demonstrated the first Haswell processors at IDF.
VGLeaks has published specifications of the upcoming Wii U console, which the site claims are now published on the Nintendo developer website.
AMD's desktop APUs, which combine x86 cores and graphics resources, emerged more than a year ago. We take a Llano-based A8-3870 and compare its performance from 2011 to what you get today using new drivers,...
Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) demonstrated a way to rapidly accelerate ions over a short distance and bring them to a sudden stop. The researchers believe the discovery...
Intel inside, not Qualcomm.
Microsoft's next-generation Xbox is apparently dealing with chip production yield issues.
Nvidia responds to Amazon's claims that the dual-core OMAP4470 is faster than the quad-core Tegra 3 chip.
Intel released a surprising revenue warning as the company's business is not holding up as initially expected.
Intel and Microsoft may not have always played nice with each other over the last 25 years, but there is no doubt the alliance between the two has defined the PC era spanning over two decades.
Intel has updated its processor portfolio in September and has added 10 new Ivy Bridge and 10 new Sandy Bridge desktop and mobile processors.
Some good news that will back up your power claims in spinach with your kids.
Intel told its partners that it is phasing out the Celeron B810 from its mobile processor portfolio and is transitioning the chip into its embedded offering.
Intel sent over several thousand dollars worth of hardware for us to give away, just in time for school to start. But you don't need to be a student to win. Just enter our sweepstakes for your chance to take...
The famous Moore's Law, derived from a 1965 paper published by Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, may not be the most accurate model to predict the scaling of technology and technology development.
Researchers at Cornell University claim to have found the neural code to restore vision for those to have lost their vision due to retina defects.
As Intel is more aggressively moving its processor architecture down-market, ARM could be facing another competitor who is moving up-market.
Nvidia appears to be regaining trust from analysts - not so much because of its Kepler discrete graphics cards, but a general sentiment that Tegra 3 will succeed and drive revenues.
Researchers at RIKEN and the University of Tokyo claim that the there may be a way to build semiconductors that do not leak any power at all.
Zalman's newest CPU air cooler features a dual-fan design in a push-pull configuration.