AMD posts document with new information on its Threadripper lineup.
TSMC and Samsung have both announced advanced process nodes aimed at automotive applications such as ADAS and autonomous driving, for TSMC on 7nm and Samsung on 8nm.
Intel and the U.S. Department of Labor reached a $5 million settlement related to allegations of discriminatory practices.
The PCI-SIG consortium announced revision 0.3 of the PCIe 6.0 specification and said that the final version will be available by 2021.
SATA-IO points to naming scheme for AMD's upcoming "Castle Peak" Threadripper 3000-series processors.
Microsoft introduced a new Tamper Protection feature meant to stop malware from changing Windows security settings.
HP announced the Chromebox G2 desktop computer as well as new Chromebook models for its enterprise customers.
A bug in the sudo utility may allow non-root users to gain administrative privileges if their user is configured in the sudoers file by using the user ID "-1" or "4294967295”.
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