UK researchers from the Lancaster University invented a form of "universal memory" that promises 100 times lower power consumption than RAM with non-volatile storage.
Toshiba's senior research scientist Hayato Goto invented a quantum computing-inspired algorithm that outperforms other combinatorial optimization algorithms running on supercomputers.
Intel CPU shortages are reportedly convincing more laptop vendors to switch to AMD chips, which could help AMD reach 20% market share in the notebook market in Q1 2020.
Intel said it will reduce the performance loss seen by the Gen7 graphics driver after it patched a security vulnerability.
The U.S. bill seeks to prohibit any kind of intelligence sharing with countries that adopt Huawei's 5G networking gear.
Amazon issued warnings to its customers saying the Honey browser extension represents a security risk and should be uninstalled immediately.
SiFi has partnered with Ceva to create system-on-chips using the RISC-V architecture and Ceva's vision, imaging and machine learning co-processors.
Multiple vulnerabilities would have allowed attackers to take over user accounts on the popular social media video site.
The FBI has sent Apple a letter asking the company to unlock two iPhones involved in the recent shooting of three Navy servicemen.
Researchers from France and Singapore showed that cheap chosen-prefix attacks against SHA-1 signatures are now possible, and that the attacks are getting cheaper every year.
AMD introduced two new FreeSync specifications in an attempt to make it easier for consumers to identify which monitors will allow them to experience smooth gaming or HDR games.
Reuters reported that the U.S. government started a campaign in 2018 to pressure the Dutch officials against allowing ASML to give a large Chinese semiconductor company access to EUV technology.
Brittany Kaiser has started leaking documents to the public that reveal the full breath and depth of the voter manipulation enabled by Cambridge Analytica in various countries.
Microsoft has started to include banner ads in two of its most popular Universal Windows Platform (UWP) applications: Mail and Calendar. It seems that there's no way for users to get rid of the ads.
Intel's Rapid Storage Technology vulnerability could have allowed persistent malware to exist on Windows systems and bypass of antivirus engines.
Kioxia, formerly known as Toshiba Memory, announced Twin BiCS Flash, which promises more bits per cell, smaller cells and higher NAND flash density than QLC NAND.
Security researchers have found five new security flaws in the Intel NUC firmware, after multiple other NUC vulnerability disclosures were made earlier this year.
Intel's CEO Bob Swan said in a fireside chat with Credit Suisse that its 7nm process is expected to be equivalent to TSMC's 5nm process, even though it will arrive a year later.
A secret directive earlier this year called for the removal of foreign hardware and software from Chinese government and public institutions within three years.