Hacker's code to emulate original IBM PC on ESP32 board is impressive stuff
The WIN Max 2021 gaming handheld, which pairs an Intel or AMD SoC with Windows and will enter its latest funding round this week.
The PS5 has already sold 10 million units less than a year since its launch, unlocking the fastest selling games console achievement for Sony - despite continuous shortages.
Both Microsoft and Apple said supply chain issues have continued to have an impact, despite strong performance.
Alphacool has announced the Eiswolf 2 AIO, a watercooling drop-in compatible with select MSI and Asus RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 GPUs
Puget Systems, a workstation provider, released its State of the CPU report, which showed AMD-based systems as the most sought-after by professionals.
Recent research on superconductors may provide the solution for stability of quantum states, enabling undisturbed quantum computing scaling.
Researchers have shown that it is possible to use plastics to create a working Arm microprocessor, creating a new world for truly flexible electronics spanning multiple sectors.
A New Zealand retailer has listed models for PowerColor's Radeon RX 6600 XT graphics cards - all packed with 8 GB GDDR6 memory, but MSRP remains an unreachable dream.
The UI from Valve's upcoming Steam Deck games machine will replace the desktop app's Big Picture Mode, a forum post has confirmed
Amazon's beta for the upcoming New World game seems to be the only common link between dead RTX 3090's - and other cards exhibit strange behaviour as well.
A duo of Mini-PC manufacturers are readying palm-sized solutions packed to the gills with Zen cores and Vega graphics.
Taiwan's version of the CDC finds unlikely allies in the COVID-19 crisis, as TSMC and Foxconn jointly acquire and donate 10 million doses of BioNTech's vaccine.
Companies in China have reportedly purchased much of Japan’s used chip-making equipment to skirt U.S. restrictions.
Best Buy laid off 5,000 employees as the COVID-19 pandemic led even more people to shop online instead of in-store.
President Joe Biden issued an executive order requiring an extensive 100-day review of America’s critical supply chains.
Fry’s Electronics announced that it’s going out of business as a result of COVID-19’s effect on the retail industry.
Gigabyte reportedly told its partners that COVID-19 spikes in California have caused shipment delays for its products.
With the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus, Taiwanese manufacturers are requesting for Computex to be postponed.
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