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.
According to JK Wang, the TSMC's senior vice president for fab operations, the company is on track to begin volume production of 3nm chips in 2022.
ChangXin Memory is the only Chinese DRAM maker to complete its production facility. Its competitor, Tsinghua, is years away from production.
AWS' Braket quantum computing cloud service gives researchers, developers and businesses access to quantum computers built by D-Wave and more.
Intel announced it filed an amicus brief in order to dispute Qualcomm's appeal of an FTC ruling on its anti-competitive practices.
RIPE announced that it can no longer easily provide IPv4 addresses to members that ask for them. New allocations are severely limited and based on a waiting list.
Microsoft removed the Exploit Protection feature from the security baseline for Windows 10 1909 and Windows 10 Server 1909, saying that it caused too many compatibility issues.
An analyst from Mizuho Bank believes Intel's stock value will rise due to recent price reductions on Cascade Lake.
AMD's first Zen-based unlocked Athlon processor will be available at online retailers within the next few days.
A new ransomware nicknamed "NextCry," has started targeting NextCloud Linux servers that use older NGINX and PHP software packages.
Three former Apple chip architects have launched the Nuvia startup to create a server processor that can take on Intel and AMD in the data center.
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.