Intel's Tiger Lake-U comes armed with a new architecture, 10nm process, and up to four cores and eight threads.
DDR5 is entering mass production throughout 2020 and 2021, and although the JEDEC spec isn't finalized, SK Hynix was kind enough to share DDR5's specifications.
For a while, AMD CPUs haven't been running Matlab optimally, but Mathworks has finally outed a fix for the dreadful performance issues on non-Intel silicon.
The Playstation 5 is up for pre-order at a Canadian retailer, though we have our doubts about the price.
The BenQ Zowie XL2746S has a 240 Hz refresh rate and is very fast monitor for very competitive gamers.
Watch ads in exchange for crypto, using your body's response and brainwaves as proof-of-work. Is Microsoft's cryptomining patent application recipe for a dystopian future?
The upcoming Intel Core i9-10900K has been spotted with some impressive performance figures. Here's what we think about it.
A bug in the firmware of a handful of HPE's enterprise SAS SSDs will cause them to brick after October 2020.
With 32GB per module and as 64GB kits, you can pair up four of these kits in HEDT systems for up to 256GB memory pools.
This year's Computex will be shorter, smaller, and happen a little later, but at least it's still happening!
The White House started a COVID-19 High-Performance Computing Consortium, giving researchers access to 330PF of raw performance.
The Coronavirus is spreading throughout south east Asia, leading storage device manufacturers to halt operations.
Bleujour's KUBB NUCs come with new finishes and run off Intel Whiskey Lake, despite its discontinuation announcement.
DLSS 2.0 adds improved performance, image quality, customizability, and should be much easier for devs to implement.
With the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus, Taiwanese manufacturers are requesting for Computex to be postponed.
In its effort to help contain the Coronavirus, Best Buy is closing all shops in favor of pickup and delivery options.
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