The ongoing conflict between the U.S. and China might lead to a downturn in the server market sooner than many expected.
Seagate releases the Exos 16, IronWolf and Iron Wolf Pro 16TB hard drives to market using TDMR technology.
Microsoft removed Windows 10's and Windows Server's password expiration policies in favor of encouraging organizations to think more about their own security.
Hewlett Packard Enterpris will acquire the supercomputer maker Cray for $35 per share in cash, or about $1.3 billion in total.
D-Wave announced a new version of its 2000Q quantum annealing computer with lower noise and much higher performance.
At Google I/O 2019, Google announced the public availability of 1,000-TPU pods that make use of both Cloud TPU v2 and v3.
Microsoft still sees a place for Cortana in the future of work, as evidenced by a video demo it made for Build, its developer conference here in Seattle.
DRAMeXchange predicted server shipments will continue to grow until 2020, primarily due to increased 5G adoption, but that demand will also peak that year.
Qualcomm and the Chinese Guizhou province will shut down their Centriq joint venture by the end of this month, according to a new report.
Microsoft debuted the Surface Hub 2S at an event in New York City, partnering with Steelcase to talk about the future of work.
HP announced 5 laptops today with a new security solution called Sure Sense. It uses AI to detect malware, including previously unknown variants.
Acer today announced three upcoming commercial laptops, the Chromebook 715, Chromebook 714 and TravelMate P6.
Toshiba Client Solutions announced today that its American counterpart will now be called Dynabook Americas.
AMD published a new white paper titled "Avoid the 'Intel Tax' With AMD Epyc Processors" to encourage data centers to abandon Xeon processors in their servers.
Industry experts believe that the rapidly declining prices of SSDs will drive consumers and enterprises to adopt higher-capacity SSDs and NVMe SSDs.
Microsoft announced Defender ATP enterprise services for businesses that use both Windows and macOS computers.
The world's first exascale supercomputer will feature Intel's Xe graphics, Optane DC Persistent Memory DIMMs and a future Xeon model.
Micron announced a new line of NVMe SSDs with capacities between 256GB and 1TB, sequential read/write speeds of 3GB/s and 1.6GB/s, respectively.