MSI is teasing its first handheld gaming PC, and we'll apparently hear more about it at CES.
The tariffs haven't been applied to PC components since March of 2022, and they won't for at least another six months.
An EEC listing from Gigabyte indicates that AMD's RX 7600 XT is coming and could have up to 16GB of memory.
A report from TrendForce anticipates a 50% increase in NAND flash prices in the near term, which will further boost SSD prices.
A Geekbench 5 result for the Core i5-14450HX has appeared, and the performance is equal to the Core i5-13400.
GPD plans to replace the Ryzen 7 7840U in three of its handhelds with the Ryzen 7 8840U some time next year.
YouTuber High Yield has done a deep dive into the Steam Deck APU, and some interesting details have been uncovered.
Seasonic has now removed a suggestion in its 12VHPWR cable guide to use a hair dryer to make bending easier.
Samsung's Texas fab will be operational in 2024, but won't have mass production capability until 2025 at the earliest.
Intel's CEO Pat Gelsinger says transistors now double every three years instead of two, which isn't exactly Moore's Law.
After TSMC announced the upcoming retirement of chairman Mark Liu, some have speculated it might not have been voluntary.
Qualcomm and four other semiconductor companies have jointly formed Quintauris, which is dedicated to enabling next-generation RISC-V hardware development.
Intel's upcoming 14th Gen T-series chips have been leaked, and the frequencies look pretty good for their 35-watt power budget.
Although November's GPU sales in China were 11% higher compared to November 2022, sales are down since last October.
One of the first Meteor Lake NUCs is already arriving in the form of ASRocks Industrial's NUC Ultra 100.
Zhaoxin's KX6640MA G2 x86 processor has popped up on Geekbench 6, and it's about as good as AMD's old Bulldozer chips.
Die shots for Meteor Lake's SoC and GPU tiles have just come out, and it's the first time we've seen detailed images of the TSMC-made tiles.
Xe-HPCVG and Ponte Vecchio VG make an appearance in Intel's latest LLVM compiler update, but there are scant details.
Nvidia's biggest Chinese GPU competitor, Moore Threads, announced its brand-new MTT S4000 GPU that will power data center and AI workloads, alongside new 1000-GPU KUAE Kilocard Cluster.