Rumored AMD Renoir listings point to 12-CU Vega integrated graphics, leading some to believe that there may also be higher-end Vega 13 and Vega 15 GPU variants, too.
Microsoft Azure announced that it's the first public cloud services company to offer instances powered by AMD's latest Rome Epyc server processors.
Kaspersky uncovered a new advanced persistent threat group, Dark Universe, that had been operating in the dark for eight years.
Nvidia released patches for 12 new security bugs found in the company's GPU display driver and its GeForce Experience software.
A new variant of MegaCortex ransomware now locks users out of their Windows accounts and threatens to make their stolen files in public.
Researchers have developed a technique that could allow attackers to hack voice assistants and other devices with MEMS microphones via laser beams.
Netflix increased its encrypted video data bandwidth for its AMD Epyc and Intel Xeon-based servers from 100 Gbps or less to 200 Gbps.
Attackers have started exploiting the BlueKeep RDP vulnerability in the wild, according to security researchers.
The China-linked APT41 group has reportedly stolen text messages and call records from political and military leaders of western countries with a new malware called MessageTap.
The U.S. government is funding two facilities involved in making radiation-hardened chips for its nuclear arsenal, as well as other DoD and space projects.
Microsoft's Threat Experts managed threat hunting service is now available to all Microsoft Defender ATP customers.
Amid a U.S.-China trade war, Arm reportedly said it'll license chip designs to Chinese partners, since they're based on UK technology.
Google published research saying its 54-qubit quantum computer achieved quantum supremacy. IBM already started disputing the claim earlier this week.
Intel launched an antitrust lawsuit against Fortress, alleging that the company stockpiled patents for the purpose of forcing technology companies to pay royalties.
Arm announced the new Ethos-N57 and Ethos-N37 neural processing units targeting mid-range and low-end devices, as well as new GPU and display processor IP.
Leaked Google research said it'd take a classical supercomputer 10,000 years to complete a particular task. IBM said it did it in 2.5 days.
Scientists from the U.S., Australia and Japan demonstrated a prototype quantum computer that's made out of light and can scale to extreme sizes.
Avast detected an intrusion into its own network on September 23. The company believes that the attacker attempted to compromise its CCleaner PC utility.
Some of NordVPN servers' TLS keys leaked in a data breach suffered by the VPN company's unnamed hosting provider.
The PCI-SIG consortium announced revision 0.3 of the PCIe 6.0 specification and said that the final version will be available by 2021.
SATA-IO points to naming scheme for AMD's upcoming "Castle Peak" Threadripper 3000-series processors.