The Quantum Computing Development Consortium has finalized the first-ever quantum computing-focussed benchmarks, built via an open-source, hardware-agnostic vision.
As manufacturers start jumping on the DDR5 bandwagon, TeamGroup has pre-empted some of its competitors by introducing the DDR5 T-Force Vulcan DRAM kits with operating frequencies up to 5,200 MHz.
Hacker group Desorden has claimed responsibility for a security breach on Acer's India server cluster, siphoning sensitive data on millions of customers.
Intel has confirmed that its ARC Alchemist series of GPUs will be free of any cryptocurrency mining handicaps when they launch in Q2 2022, marking a stance that's closer to AMD's than that of NVIDIA.
Taiwan's Nanya Technology Corporation president Dr. Pei-Ing Lee expects DRAM pricing to undergo a downards correction by year end, compensating from recent DRAM pricing increases on a global level.
DICE revealed the system requirements for the upcoming Battlefield 2042 ahead of the game's Open Beta. These include a quad-core CPU, a 2016 or later GPU, and a 64-bit version of Windows 10.
A Xilinx FPGA with as many as 6,000 individual RISC-V SERV cores is now the world record holder for the most RISC-V cores on a single device.
YMTC, one of the foremost NAND manufacturers in China, has announced the mass production status of its 128-layer, QLC-based 3D NAND.
According to DigiTimes, AMD and Mediatek may be in a negotiation process towards establishing a joint venture. The focus would be on SoC-bound data transmission technologies such as 5G and Wi-fi.
Employing techniques learned from quantum physics to increase the lifetime of silicon-based transistors.
Intel's Raja Koduri explains the reasoning behind the choice to have TSMC manufacture Intel's ARC graphics chips. It's about production capacity.
In the age of subscription services and Office 365, Microsoft is still releasing standalone versions of its productivity suite.