Goldman Sachs report shows how Huawei's ban will impact American suppliers' revenues.
Hewlett Packard Enterpris will acquire the supercomputer maker Cray for $35 per share in cash, or about $1.3 billion in total.
Code changes in Chromium show that Google has deprecated Project Campfire, an initiative that would have brought the ability to dual-boot Windows 10 on Chromebooks.
D-Wave announced a new version of its 2000Q quantum annealing computer with lower noise and much higher performance.
Arm announced the new Mali-D77 display processor for VR headsets. It claims it can support up to 3K resolution at
According to DigiTimes, shipments for memory modules are expected to increase in the second quarter of 2019.
According to Bloomberg's sources, TSMC has already begun the early test production of Apple's A13 chip expected to appear in the next three iPhone models.
U.S. DOJ said a grand jury indicted a member of a China-based hacking group that had previously stolen the personal data of 78.8 million Anthem users.
The NSA may have inadvertently leaked its own tools a year during an attack whose traffic was captured by the Buckeye espionage group.
According to Reuters' sources, the Chinese government was already planning to reverse on all of its primary commitments to the U.S. government.
At Google I/O 2019, Google announced the public availability of 1,000-TPU pods that make use of both Cloud TPU v2 and v3.
The CIA announced an .onion version of the CIA.gov website that can only be accessed on the Tor anonymity network.
Huawei announced plans to build an R&D chip plant in the UK following allegations that the company's equipment can't be trusted.
President Trump announced on Sunday that he would raise the tariffs on electronics imported from China to 25% from the current 10%.
Dell's SupportAssist application allowed attackers to gain access to the host PC's administrative privileges, install malware and take control.
Intel will discontinue the sale of the first-generation Neural Compute Stick. The company encouraged developers to switch to the second-generation NCS and the open source OpenVINO toolkit.
In its Q2 earnings report, Qualcomm said that Apple owes the chipmaker between $4.5 and $4.7 billion after the two companies settled their lawsuit in April.
After reports about Chinese backdoor chips being built into its motherboards, Super Micro will stop purchasing server components made in China.
As the prices of DRAM and NAND flash products have continued to drop, so have Samsung's profits. However, the company expects its business to stabilize by 2H.
Vodafone revealed that in 2011 and 2012 it found backdoors in the network equipment its Italian division purchased from Huawei.
Huawei introduces Kunpeng 920 processor, which the company has called the "industry's highest-performance server CPU," along with the Taishan X6000 high-density server that uses the same processors.