According to the Wall Street Journal, AMD is in advanced talks to buy Xilinx in a deal that could top $30 billion.
AMD announces its Zen 3-powered Ryzen 5000 processors, which come with leading 1080p gaming performance and a beastly 19% IPC improvement.
Intel announces that its 11th-gen Rocket Lake chips will come to market in Q1 2021 with the PCIe 4.0 interface.
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang reveals that the company expects shortages of its GeForce RTX 3080 and 3080 graphics cards to last until the end of the year.
Several third-party GPU makers have posted public statements about the reports of crashing issues with Nvidia's RTX 30-series graphics cards.
The United States government looks to stop China's leading chipmaker from procuring new equipment and software.
EVGA has confirmed that it encountered problems with a type of capacitor that has been cited as the cause of widespread RTX 3080 crashes.
AMD posted Linux patches enabling support for Van Gogh APUs, which will come with DDR5 support and Navi 2.
Intel announced a new wave of Atom x6000E Elkhart Lake, Pentium, and Celeron CPUs that come with 10nm transistors.
ARM unveils its Neoverse roadmap with two new cores, a 50% increase in IPC, SVE capabilities, and a plan for the future of chiplet-based designs.
AMD announced its Ryzen and Athlon 3000 C-Series processors that will tackle the higher-end of the Chromebook market.
EVGA announced via Twitter that it will stock 'thousands' of RTX 3080 GPUs soon, but hasn't given a definitive date.
We tested Intel’s 11th Gen “Tiger Lake” Core i7-1185G7 in a sample system to see how it performs against other leading laptop chips.
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said during a recent analyst call that the company could create its own Nvidia-branded CPUs, signalling a new level of competition in the processor market.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Nvidia is close to finalizing a deal to buy ARM from SoftBank for roughly $40 billion.
Intel revealed nine new Tiger Lake processors with powerful specs that rival AMD's Ryzen 4000 series processors.
Lightmatter revealed the details of its revolutionary silicon photonics Mars SoC that uses lasers for computation.
Cerebras teased its new Wafer Scale Engine with 2.6 trillion 7nm transistors and 850,000 cores at Hot Chips 2020.
Intel divulged the architectural details of its 28-core Ice Lake-SP Xeon variants at Hot Chips 2020.