Intel announced that it has finished power on testing of its Sapphire Rapids processors with new AMX technology.
Intel announces its Xeon Scalable Cooper Lake processors along with new 200-series Optane Persistent Memory DIMMs and new D7 enterprise SSDs.
AMD refreshed its Ryzen 3000-series "Matisse" processors with slightly higher clock speeds and new XT branding.
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AMD has pulled support for the lone product it developed in collaboration with its industry rival Intel.
AWS joins Tencent and other cloud service providers that have deployed instances based on the EPYC Rome processors.
A law firm has solicited plaintiffs for a class action lawsuit against WD for not disclosing that some of its hard drives use slower SMR technology.
Intel posted a product change notice to announce the end of its special packaging for the Core i9-9900K.
Lisa Su is the first woman to lead the AP's CEO pay analysis for the S&P 500, beating out all other CEOs with her healthy $58.5 million compensation in 2019.
After considerable community backlash, AMD has decided to enable support for Zen 3 processors with existing B450 and X470 motherboards. With caveats.
Intel's Comet Lake lineup for desktop PCs lands with a surprisingly strong mix of cores, performance and pricing, but there's a few gotchas.
AMD posted strong year-over-year financial performance for its 1Q 2020 results, but coronavirus-spurred concerns loom.
Researchers changed the clock rates on an AMD Radeon GPU to transmit data via radio waves to steal data.
Intel's Ponte Vecchio graphics cards show up as add-in cards in a listing for its reference validation platforms.
Nvidia's Mellanox acquisition has finally been approved, which is important as the company battles both AMD and Intel.
WD admits that it sells hard drives with inferior SMR technology without disclosure in advertising or specification sheets.
AMD's new EPYC Rome 7Fx2 processors come to market with higher frequencies, caches, and TDPs, but have a price tag to match.