Asus has unveiled an ultrabook with a launch price that targets the upper end of the mainstream market.
MIPS has refreshed its entire MIPS32 core product portfolio and released three new processor families.
The fact that hotel Internet connections are now being used as a malware gateway may not be as surprising as the fact that it took so long until this loophole was actively exploited.
IBM envisions that future processors will be powered not only through single-surface power connectors, but through multiple interfaces, especially via grooves etched into the heat sink that sits on top of a CPU.
IEEE has published an update for its 802.11 standard, commonly referred to as WiFi. 802.11-2012 is the fourth major revision of the standard, following 802.11-2007 in 2007 and the initial release of the technology in 1997.
Micron said that it has begun shipping "fully functional" DDR4 memory modules in sample numbers to customers.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office just published a patent application by Microsoft that may raise some eyebrows. "Like" an application, "recommend it" to a friend and you are in patent territory.
Following Hitachi, Seagate also confirmed that it will be showcasing 12Gb/s SSDs at the SCSI Trade Association’s Technical Showcase on May 9.
Intel has received a patent covering its technology to create multi-core processor packages from individual dual-core processors.
Researchers at the University of Exeter claim to have invented the "most transparent, lightweight and flexible material ever for conducting electricity."
Semcon Tech has filed a patent infringement suit against several chip makers, including IBM, Intel, Fujifilm electronics, Texas Instruments, Micron and Samsung.
Side-channel attacks are considered by many computer security experts as one of the greatest security risks in cloud computing.
Internet users lost, on average, about 14 percent of their Internet connection speed in the fourth quarter for 2011.
Canalys has been the only major market research firm that includes tablet shipments in overall PC shipments, which resulted in Apple gaining the top spot in the fourth quarter of last year. But iPad sales in Q1 were not good enough to stay ahead of HP.
Intel notified its customers that it has begun phasing out its current flagship Atom processor, the D2700 with Cedarview core.
Hitachi Global Storage Technology (HGST), which was recently acquired by Western Digital, claims to be first with a demonstration of the first 12Gb/s SAS SSD.