Intel Broadwell-EP Xeon E5 v4: Focus on more cores and reliability
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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
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Haswell refresh to trickle in gradually through 2014
Refresh to begin in the second quarter and carry through the third.
A demand supply gap might already be brewing up as Apple says demand for its new Mac Pro is “great.”
Despite recent reports, there might be more than four new Samsung tablets looming large on the horizon, as another one has just cleared the FCC, carrying a model number not associated in any way to previously rumored Galaxy slates.
A third subvariety of the likeliest Samsung Galaxy S5 candidate spotted online so far, codenamed SM-G900F, has paid notorious benchmarking authority AnTuTu a quick visit, revealing somewhat underwhelming specs.
Motorola is full of surprises lately and, after rolling out the uber-cheap Moto G stateside earlier than expected, it’s also delivering a precocious Android 4.4 KitKat update for the budget-conscious powerhouse.
Mac owners may soon be able to make FaceTime audio calls, next OS X update to bring this feature.
The deal is far from being confirmed at this point, perhaps renegotiations are getting in the way.
Struggling ARM-oriented server chip designer ceases operations on Thursday as companies eye its IP portfolio.
Still remember using your old Apple Desktop Bus mouse? Or maybe you have already tried to retrofit one? Well, Century had just taken this classic Apple mouse into our modern era with their new commercial product.
Toshiba finally opens the commercial availability for their new USB dongles that feature its TransferJet wireless data transfer technology.
Barracuda Networks continues to manufacture traditional enterprise networking technology, but must also try to keep up with the sheer number of business rivals and customers heading into the cloud.
Microsoft strengthens its Windows Phone 8 offering by rolling out the Xbox Video and Xbox Music apps for the increasingly popular mobile phone OS.
The latest influx of cash enables Cyanogen Inc. to double in size, with a new Chinese office in the works.
Microsoft “Project Siena” is a Windows 8.1 app that will let users create their own Windows apps, without the need for any programming know-how.
The new Apple Mac Pro is finally available, customers can order one right away.
As promised, ZeptoLab today released Cut the Rope 2 for iOS.
The Nokia “Moneypenny” will be called the Lumia 630 or 635 depending on its configuration, according to Evleaks, who continues to spill the beans on Nokia’s upcoming devices.
Less than 24 hours after bringing word of the latest deadline rumored for Nokia Lumia 929’s release and the phone’s surprising final market name – Lumia Icon – new sources weigh in on both the ETA and device branding.
As secretive as Samsung is trying to be in regards to Android 4.4 KitKat update timelines for its devices, the cat appears to be out of the bag at least as far as the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S4 are concerned.
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.