New World game developer Amazon Games announced it is pushing back its New World game until September.
After an aborted earlier model, the latest RISC-V computer takes aim at the crowded single board computer market
A submitted ECC listing hints at the possible collaboration from Asus and Noctua, producing a GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua edition graphics card.
UK government states national security concerns as the primary factor for blocking Nvidia's acquisition of Arm.
In a leaked Geekbench submission, we see the alleged clock speed of Intel's upcoming Xe-HPG DG2-128EU GPU reaching 2,200 MHz.
AMD and Valve are collaborating to design a new frequency scaling driver that will improve the performance and efficiency of various Zen 2 SoCs, including the one found inside Valve's Steam Deck.
Valve's Steam Hardware Survey shows that the Linux gaming market share has reached 1.0%, with an even higher outlook for the future.
Intel's executive accidentally posts a picture that reveals details of next-generation Thunderbolt 5 protocol.
Intel has shipped its final Itanium processors to customers and the company waves goodbye to the platform.
The AMD Ryzen 4700S desktop kit is now registered with the EEC, indicating a possible market outside China.
Microsoft brings Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.100 to Windows Insiders in the Beta Channel, bringing more stability for testers.
TrendForce predicts that enterprise SSDs will experience a 15% price hike in the upcoming quarter, with signs of price correction sometimes towards the end of 2021.
Pliops uses the power of FPGA to optimize all-flash storage solutions for the best possible performance and efficiency, bringing increased system speeds and reduced CPU usage.
NZXT introduces two new SKUs in the company's pre-built PC offerings, targeting streamers and small form-factor enthusiasts.
Japanese engineers achieve a record-breaking internet speed of 319 Tb/s, that was carried for over 3,000 kilometers.
Arm makes the case for focusing on the performance per watt metric, showing some of the next steps that the semiconductor industry is taking.
Lenovo announces a trio of ThinkStation P350 workstation-grade desktop PCs for entry-level workstation users.
Linux kernel dumps legacy IDE support in the latest release candidate, ending built-in support for legacy storage devices.
Icy Dock presents a 24 drive solution ideal for workstation PCs, gaming rigs, home servers, and data centers that require high IOPS, high capacity, and low latency storage access.