Using the latest $6 Raspberry Pi Pico W we find out how many astronauts are on the International Space Station, and learn their names.
Nvidia's GTX 1630 is shaping up to be the slowest entry-level GPU we've seen in a long time. With new benchmarks reporting performance parity with the six-year-old GTX 1050 Ti.
Intel's Blockscale ASIC has arrived a quarter early, but there are worries that it might still be too late, with investors cooling to speculative investments like cryprocurrencies.
A team at Harvard has demonstrated control and tuning of acoustic waves in a way that could process information.
Hardware detective discovers an unreleased AMD Ryzen 7 5700 processor from a Geekbench 5 submission.
A new report indicates that the GPU crypto mining market is dying at a record pace. Causing second-hand GPU prices to plummet extremely quickly.
Gartner predicts that PC shipments will be hit especially hard, due to inflation, war and supply chain disruptions.
The Raspberry Pi Pico W is here along with new projects from makers and developers around the world!
The new driver supports Arc mobile, and ADL-H and -P iGPUs. As well as adding A770M, A550M support and a way to turn off benchmark cheats, there are new optimized games and a range of fixes.
Wi-Fi finally makes its way to the Raspberry Pi Pico, and for just $6 we have quite the IoT platform for makers
Here's the Ryzen 7000 release date, benchmarks, specifications, pricing, and all we know about AMD's Zen 4 architecture.
AMD gave us the official pricing for the Threadripper Pro processors as it announced the end of the non-Pro Threadripper era.
MSI has a "Kombo Strike" feature design just for the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, to improve the chip's performance.
The AyaNeo Next II will either come with an Intel Alder lake CPU and Arc GPU or AMD Ryzen 6000 CPU and Radeon 6000 GPU.
ASRock has just announced full compatibility with Intel's upcoming Raptor Lake processors on most of its current 600-series motherboards. The only requirement is a BIOS update.
GlobalWafers to invest $5 billion in the U.S. wafer production as new fabs from Intel, Samsung Foundry, and TSMC loom.