Companies in China have reportedly purchased much of Japan’s used chip-making equipment to skirt U.S. restrictions.
Best Buy laid off 5,000 employees as the COVID-19 pandemic led even more people to shop online instead of in-store.
President Joe Biden issued an executive order requiring an extensive 100-day review of America’s critical supply chains.
Fry’s Electronics announced that it’s going out of business as a result of COVID-19’s effect on the retail industry.
Gigabyte reportedly told its partners that COVID-19 spikes in California have caused shipment delays for its products.
With the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus, Taiwanese manufacturers are requesting for Computex to be postponed.
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A secret directive earlier this year called for the removal of foreign hardware and software from Chinese government and public institutions within three years.
A new report from the Consumer Technology Association predicts a sharp rise in laptop prices amidst President Trump’s proposed tariffs
The Save the Internet Act of 2019 is meant to force the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) to restore the net neutrality protections it repealed in 2018.
Gorilla Glass 6 was designed to protect glass-dominated devices from shattering when their owners inevitably drop them.
Magic Leap finally revealed some of the specifications for its upcoming mixed reality headset, which will release this summer.
Valve is making progress with multi-room VR configurations using SteamVR Tracking 2.0--the latest SteamVR beta update can address up to 16 base stations.
Pimax issued a backer update saying that it once again missed its projected delivery timeframe, but it’s gearing up for mass production over the summer.
Valve's second-gen Knuckles prototypes feature improved ergonomic and structural design, a thumbstick instead of a trackpad, and new force sensor inputs.
Microsoft seems to have abandoned its plans for console VR, leaving Sony’s PSVR in a class of its own.
Samsung Electronics Co. is facing a hefty $400 million penalty for infringing on a patent owned by a South Korean University.