Leaked Geekbench benchmark puts AMD's recently announced 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X above the $2,000 18-core Intel Core i9-9980XE
According to a recent report, Apple is looking to buy Intel's German modem division to accelerate the development of its in-house wireless modem chips.
At E3 2019, Epic Games announced that it's giving a way a new game every week until the end of 2019.
Huawei has reportedly its notebook parts suppliers to stop their deliveries to the company, signifying a suspension of Huawei's notebook business.
Memory chip suppliers will begin shipping DDR5 RAM later this year, but the new memory standard is expected to go mainstream in 2021 and 2022.
Google reportedly argued that Huawei could represent a U.S. national security risk if Google can no longer collaborate with the Chinese firm.
Security researcher released a software tool to find and analyze the firmware of AMD's PSP chip, considered by many a potential security and privacy risk.
Researchers from the German Technical University of Munich developed a permanent magnetic cooling system for quantum computers, making them more practical.
Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 7cx SoC, a lower-performance version of Snapdragon 8cx targeted at $300-$800 Windows 10 laptops.
Global NAND flash revenues have dropped by 20-25% across the industry, as the average sales price of NAND products saw a similar decline.
Security expert warned that almost a million Windows computers are still vulnerable to the wormable Remote Desktop Protocol vulnerability that Microsoft revealed two weeks ago.
NordVPN announced NordLocker, an easy-to-use encryption tool for files that users upload to the cloud.
A coalition of technology companies and civil rights groups that includes 47 signatories published an open letter arguing against GCHQ's "ghost" proposal.
MediaTek revelead a new system-on-chip that comes with Arm's latest CPU and GPU IP, as well as a brand-new machine learning processor and the company's own multi-mode 5G modem.
Intel announced that it's pushing a patchset to the upcoming Linux kernel version that includes support for its new memory encryption feature called Multi-Key Total Memory Encryption (MKTME).
Arm announced a next-generation CPU, GPU, as well as a new machine learning processor, all promising significant performance and energy efficiency over the previous generations.
AMD's support for PCIe 4.0 in its CPUs and chipsets will usher in a new wave of high-performance devices, with SSDs leading the way.
IBM's Director of Research in Tokyo, Norishige Morimoto, announced that the company plans to launch a quantum computer in 3-5 years that will outperform classical supercomputers.
TSMC announced that the U.S. ban against Huawei will not impact its shipments to the Chinese company.
Acer launched the Nitro 5 and Swift 3 laptops that will feature AMD's second-generation Ryzen Mobile processors based on the Zen+ microarchitecture.
Judge Koh ruled that Qualcomm has violated antitrust law through its abusive and anti-competitive patent-licensing practices.
The Tor Project announced version 8.5 of its browser, bringing a new UI and, for the first time ever, a stable Android version.