Intel Broadwell-EP Xeon E5 v4: Focus on more cores and reliability
With no expected delays in Intel’s server and workstation “tick tock” roadmap for the next several years, and a ARM replacing AMD as a chief competitor, what will Intel’s flagship Xeon chip...
Haswell-EP and Broadwell-EP Xeons on time: Intel server CPU gravy train speeds further
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Here’s a first look at a Haswell-E engineering sample
Intel’s replacement for Ivy Bridge-E and Sandy Bridge-E will have eight cores...
Haswell refresh to trickle in gradually through 2014
Refresh to begin in the second quarter and carry through the third.
As it turns out, its not entirely impossible to take control of a webcam while making sure that the person on the other end remains unaware.
Despite mounting reports, China Mobile reiterates that it is still talking with Apple about the possibility of an iPhone launch.
The holiday season is about giving and cheer. But if one can afford it, it’s probably the time to splurge on expensive and luxurious things. Here are a few gadgets and items worth a second look.
Microsoft pulled a Surface Pro 2 firmware update it rolled out last week after it was discovered that the update was causing battery drain issues.
A tweet from T-Mobile CEO John Legere indicated that the carrier is getting ready to host another Uncarrier event.
A White House task force has made the striking recommendation this month that the NSA’s expansive electronic surveillance programs be subject to significant curbs.
Australian police had to rescue a tourist that fell off a pier because she was distracted by Facebook.
Chinese manufacturer Meizu will begin selling its handsets directly in the U.S. next year, and will be at the CES next month to showcase its offerings.
Video streaming service Hulu has reportedly topped five million subscribers and will reach $1 billion in revenue by the end of 2013, as the company competes with a host of other rival companies.
President Obama and his administration continues to deal with fallout of spying on Americans and foreign citizens, including repeatedly asking major companies for user customer information.
Are you a fan of large iPhone cases? Do you like crustaceans? Then you might also love Hamee’s new iPhone case.
According to @evleaks, U.S. carrier AT&T is testing a Samsung device with a model number SM-G900A, which could be a carrier version of the Galaxy S5.
The LG Chromebase is an upcoming all-in-one (AIO) PC model running the Google Chrome OS, with pricing and release details expected during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next month.
A couple of live photos of the Oppo R1 have leaked online, showing off the Chinese manufacturer’s upcoming mid-range handset from every possible angle.
Sony’s latest gaming console makes its way to Indian shores, a full year ahead of Microsoft’s Xbox One. However, high pricing on next-gen games by publishers might affect sales.
BlackBerry has managed to court LG into pre-installing BlackBerry Messenger on its smartphones.
An FCC listing and fresh report out of Korea seem to further clear the air on two of four unannounced Samsung tablets expected to land in Q1 2014: the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite and an unnamed 10.5-inch Super AMOLED unit.
2015 might see Apple not only diversifying its supply chain, but also adopting an advanced fabrication process for its mobile chips.
After endless speculation, Apple has finally confirmed the Mac Pro 2013 release date.
The mysterious Asus M80TA Windows 8.1 tablet, which inconspicuously made its way to a couple of European online retailers yesterday, has become an open book in the meantime, having its full list of features revealed.