RS Components had been a manufacturer and distributor of Raspberry Pi since its launch in 2012.
Framework is changing the power button on its open source case design after a challenge from Lenovo claiming that it infringes upon Lenovo's Legion trademarks.
AMD is reportedly dealing with serious AGESA microcode issues on its upcoming AM5 platform, which might delay Ryzen 7000's release window to late September.
Intel factories in China's Sichuan Province, have been shutd down in order to reduce the strain in the electrical grid.
New evidence surrounding Samsung's 990 Pro SSD suggest it will be either a PCIe 4.0 or PCIe 5.0 drive.
ThinkLearnDo has created a Raspberry Pi-powered keychain holder that can back up data overnight to a USB thumb drive.
The Core i9 Raptor Lake chip jumps from being 39% to 59% faster than its Alder Lake predecessor thanks to the application of an improved cooling solution.
Nvidia updates its Chrome and Edge browser implementation of GeForce Now to support 1440p and 120 fps gameplay for members of the RTX 3080 plan.
New Intel 700-series motherboards to enable extreme turbo boost levels for Intel's 13th Generation Core processors.
Big crypto miners have racked up massive debts, but their hardware is still worth a lot of cash. However, SDIG is well placed for market swings as it also owns power generation plants too.
A bizarre situation in which a Janet Jackson music video can crash a laptop has gained official recognition.
A team of researchers from China managed to entangle two different quantum memories across a 12.5 km distance in an urban environment, bringing the promise of a quantum internet closer.
Tesla is growing its Ampere GPU powered AI supercomputer for now, but ultimately plans to replace the processing power with its own Dojo D1 ASICs forged on TSMC N7.
Corsair has teased its first PCIe 5.0 SSD, showing speeds of up to 10,000MB/s. Full specs and release date weren't shared, but we expect it may launch this winter.
A lucrative contract to make spaceflight processors has gone to Microchip Technology, Inc. of Arizona.