Company reps flat out deny AMD’s claims, dismissing most as simply lies.
There isn’t much “Intel Inside” Intel’s new line-up of Enterprise-geared SSDs.
The semiconductor giant posts a solid quarter, but Chinese market is proving to be “uncertain” for the company.
Exit leaves Qualcomm the only major player in the LTE baseband business.
Low-power laptop includes a touchscreen display and a AMD E1 Micro-6200T processor.
Mobile chip designer has solid quarter and announced record number of licensees.
Revenue is up, but hardware is proving to be a big drag on the company’s financials.
NAS and consumer desktop versions of the drive available for $299 and $279.
Major customers and cloud service providers get the first samples of Seagate’s mega-sized drives.
GPUs will likely be based on the Maxwell GM204 architecture, and fabricated at the 20nm process.
Many ex-Nokia employees laid off as Microsoft seeks to restructure.
Otherwise healthy year-over-year increases in earnings and revenue aren’t enough to address AMD’s debt issue.
CES and Computex target different markets, and it would be foolish to consider a Chinese CES a threat to Taiwan’s flagship trade show.
A new report says that hackers are targeting departments like the Government Printing Office in hopes to find less protected secrets.
Solid earnings report comes from increased demand for PC CPUs, but growth in mobile once again proves to be non-existent.
Headcount reductions come as Microsoft works to integrate Nokia’s handset division into the company.
Low-cost Windows notebooks could beat the Chromebook on cost and functionality, Microsoft says.
Babak Parvizw won’t disclose what he’s working on, but says he’s “super excited” about the new project.
Clock speeds and process node will improve on the A8, but the next-generation Apple’s flagship SoC won’t be quad or octa-core.
Purportedly leaked photos from Microsoft show the Start Menu mixes in elements from Windows 8’s Metro UI.