AMD's promised up to 18 hours of battery life with AMD Ryzen 4000 laptops.
Honeywell announced its own quantum computer that it claims will be the most powerful in the world when it launches by mid-2020.
Due to coronavirus, Foxconn is expecting some revenue decline in Q1 2020 in both its consumer electronics and enterprise businesses.
TSMC announced the new CoWoS chip packaging technology, developed in collaboration with Broadcom, that promises twice as much memory bandwidth and much higher memory capacity than the competition.
Panel makers have reportedly lowered their output by 20% in February due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The NOAA announced that it will install two new AMD Epyc-based supercomputers for weather forecasting.
Intel released a report claiming it found almost two-thirds of related security bugs discovered in 2019, with most of the remaining found through its bug bounty program.
Kaspersky Labs blamed Microsoft for the latest Windows 10 update breaking features on users' systems, after Microsoft revoked vulnerable UEFI signatures and forgot to tell Kaspersky about it.
The Navy will install a Cray supercomputer of 12.8 petaflops powered by AMD CPUs and Nvidia GPUs and destined for scientific and military research.
Eclypsium researchers have uncovered that millions of systems made by Dell, HP, Lenovo and others could be exploited and taken over because the peripheral firmware isn't signed and encrypted.
According to a DigiTimes research, coronavirus outbreak will hurt the laptop, semiconductor, smartphone and display panel markets during H2.
The U.S. FTC and the European Commission have started inquiries into big technology companies to learn how they've been abusing their market positions to kill off or hurt smaller players.
After Amazon filed a a motion to halt Microsoft's work on the JEDI contract, a judge has issued an injunction against Microsoft.
The U.S. Department of Justice has accused Huawei with racketeering, alleging that the company has misappropriated source code, trade secrets, and robotics technology from six American companies.
The U.S. government claimed to WSJ that it has evidence Huawei has backdoor access to U.S. telecom equipment.
According to cybersecurity firm Sophos, RobbinHood ransomware has been making use of legitimate, but vulnerable, Gigabyte drivers to infect PCs.
A new Preview Build lets Arm64 devices running Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise use Microsoft's hypervisor, Hyper-V.
Security camera firmware made by China-based Hangzhou Xiongmai Technology allows for remote access, security researchers discovered.
The Indian government announced a budget of $1.12 billion over the next five years for research in quantum technologies.
Adata chairman Simon Chen believes that DRAM and NAND flash memory prices will rise by June if Coronavirus is contained.
The Semiconductor Industry Association said that last year's semiconductor revenues fell 12%, representing the biggest drop since 2001.
The update is available for both consumer and server versions of Windows 10 build 1903, but users need to install it manually.