Intel updated its Nios family of soft cores with the Nios V design based on the open-source RISC-V instruction set architecture.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger declared that his company is back as Alder Lake and Sapphire Rapids loom on the horizon.
GPD says it is preparing an update to the Pocket series, and this generation brings the most powerful processors yet in the form of Intel's Tiger Lake processors.
Researchers from MIT have developed a new technique for supercomputer monitoring and diagnostics that visualizes the hardware in 3D and alerts users in real-time to any possible issues.
Researchers from Incheon National University in South Korea have been working on a proof of concept solution for processors based on DNA molecules, which delivers a great promise.
TrendForce investigates that semiconductor foundry revenue has remained in constant growth over the years, and the Q2 results are looking promising with 6% increase in QoQ.
Intel is reportedly set to release its 12th-gen line of Alder Lake S CPUs this coming Fall, but only in the K and KF line for now.
Arm licensees Broadcom, MediaTek, and Marvell have indicated their support of Nvidia's proposed acquisition.
As we enter the Apple M1’s early days, we’re gathering everything we know about it into one convenient place.
Rocket Lake might be facing some turbulence, with the i7-11700K already having a few dollars shaved off its price.
A YouTuber has received his unlocked Rocket Lake i9 chip ahead of the official launch, giving us a more in-depth look at that weird new box.
Intel’s hired Apple’s old “I’m a Mac” actor to push PCs in a new series of attack ads that cement the company's new antagonistic relationship with its former partner.
In a bizarre role reversal, Intel’s 10th generation chips are started to sell for cheaper than AMD’s latest generation, which is still hard to find through official sources.
Microsoft’s currently working to move its servers and potentially some Surface devices to its own custom chips.
Micro Center’s maintaining its mostly in-store-only business model even during the pandemic, so be sure to check your local store for stock now and then.
Amazon’s data centers for its machine-learning based services are ditching Nvidia chips for the company’s own custom “Inferentia” processor.
AMD and retailers are pulling back the curtain on exactly what happened with the Ryzen 5000 launch, and what those hoping to get the processors can expect next.