AMD is apparently quietly adding a new SKU to its Llano processor lineup.
While gesture control of a user interface may be an enticing UI control choice for a combination of Kinect and Windows 8, there is an inherent benefit to this idea for those who cannot use a keyboard and mouse.
In an industry that is facing the perfect storm, only Apple, Asus and Lenovo are keeping their heads above the water.
Fusion-io has developed a subsystem technology called Extended memory, which enables developers to take advantage of NAND Flash memory as an extension of DRAM.
A Chinese website reports that Nvidia is thinking about extending its $199 tablet strategy to smartphones.
AMD has told investors that its second quarter revenue will be much lower than previously anticipated.
CyberPower has unveiled the Power Mega II Graphics Workstation Series, a range of workstation-class computers that can be equipped with Nvidia Quadro graphics cards as well as Sandy Bridge Xeons and Ivy Bridge Core CPUs.
Intel may be bowing to the pressure of system vendors and reducing the price of some low-power processors to enable lower ultrabook prices.
Microsoft has released some information about the market introduction of Windows 8 as well as the finalization date of Windows 8 to its employees.
Building a quantum computer is one of the big quests in physics today. It's a path littered with obstacles, but tiny milestones are achieved almost every day by researchers around the globe.
Nvidia confirmed that it has the first set of WHQL-certified Windows 8 drivers for its desktop graphics cards available.
Intel is not content with a 1.06 billion Euro (about $1.34 billion) fine it was handed by EU antitrust regulators.
Richard Posner, who recently voiced his concerns about patents and chastised Apple and Motorola in a patent case, considers patents for most industries potentially unnecessary and, in the way they are currently leveraged, a "problem."
Hard drive manufacturing is apparently exceeding pre-Thailand flood levels and companies such as Seagate are now reaping the benefits from increased HDD pricing.
Following the announcement of the Google Nexus 7 tablet, Archos is the first budget tablet vendor to follow up with its own version of a $250 tablet.
If the shape and design of a notebook computer can be patented and that patent can, in fact, be enforced, Apple may have been just given a tool that could turn out to be a pain in the neck for PC makers.