Microsoft is acting fast to increase Azure capacity to meet a surge in demand.
A bug in the firmware of a handful of HPE's enterprise SAS SSDs will cause them to brick after October 2020.
Honeywell announced its own quantum computer that it claims will be the most powerful in the world when it launches by mid-2020.
AMD today launched the Navi-powered Radeon Pro W5500, a natural rival to Nvidia's Quadro P2200, as well as a mobile variant.
Samsung's HBM2E Flashbolt packs 16GB of DRAM onto one tiny package targeting high-performance computing.
Western Digital completed development of its BiCS5 112-layer flash memory technology. We should see both consumer and enterprise-level products launch in volume this year.
Google paid security researchers $6.5 million in 2019, which is more than double the previous highest payout. It's rewarded more than $21 million through its buy bounty program since 2010.
Avast has long been selling browsing data collected from its users. Now we know how personal that data really is.
DFI is the first to list motherboards with the W480 and Q470 chipsets for Comet Lake's LGA1200 CPU socket.
Intel's NUC 8 Pro targets the enterprise market with vPro support on Intel Core i5 and Core i7 models.
AMD won a contract with Atos for building the BullSequana XH2000 supercomputer for the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF).
Developers have complained about an issue with the Linux kernel scheduler making it difficult to maintain performance in games they're attempting to port to Google Stadia.
Teams, a software for workplace communication and collaboration, is the first Microsoft 365 app to hit Linux.