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.
LG’s first 4K monitor will feature an ultra-widescreen panel with a resolution of 4096 x 2160. A 34-inch and 29-inch monitor with an UltraWide resolution of 3440 x 1440 will also be launched at the same time, with all models being showcased at LG’s booth at the CES next month.
The LG GX is the successor to the Optimus G Pro, and comes with software elements that were seen on the LG G2.
Twitter is capitalizing on the ability of mobile devices to detect and share geo-location in testing its latest “nearby tweets” feature, aimed at improving discovery and context.
Twitter is planning to incorporate a feature that will enable users to edit tweets to correct minor mistakes: The challenge with implementation, however, is preventing bait-and-switch tactics by deceptive users.
Oppo took to Twitter today to confirm that its next handset, the Find 7, will come with a QHD screen.
Asus is reportedly looking to throw its hat in the 8-inch Windows tablet ring, with a contender known at the moment only by an extremely cryptic model number: M80TA.
More than a decade after it launched on the PlayStation, the original Tomb Raider has quietly made its way to Apple’s mobile platform.
It wasn’t long ago that pundits and analysts predicted Windows Phone’s imminent demise, but it now looks like the platform may rise from the ashes and get unexpected support from up-and-coming Asian-based hardware manufacturers.
Samsung never sleeps, that much we’ve always known about the Android kings, and the first three months of 2014 shall prove it once again, as the Koreans are rumored to unveil four, count’em four new tablets.
Nokia’s alleged second tablet, known on the inside as the “Illusionist” and said to be ultimately branded as the Lumia 2020, has been purportedly canceled for mysterious reasons, according to fairly reliable sources.
Amid rising allegations of worker abuse, Pegatron details its use of advanced facial recognition technology to ensure that potential underage workers aren’t able to secure employment.
Apple has released an incremental OS X Mavericks update which brings some new improvements.
ASUS’ tablet-cum-phone hybrid lineup could be getting a new member in the form of the PadFone X, which decided to make a short stop at a benchmark website.
Danish organization Asetek wins the innovation award for its RackCDU cooling solution.
According to the latest batch of rumors, Nokia has abandoned its Android efforts and is instead focusing on wearables.
Brother seems to have indirectly found a new, albeit strange way to promote their printers recently, by starring them in their very own dating sim game.
A Japanese thief has been arrested on the account that he stole $185,000, but the strange thing is he didn’t spoil himself with the loot.
In some countries, $10,000 can buy you an eco-car, but if you’re a gamer in the UK you can put that money towards a gold-plated Xbox One.
A torchbearer for the Sochi 2014 Winter Games suffered a heart attack and died after carrying the Olympic torch.
If the latest rumors hold true, Microsoft might add every major requested feature to Windows Phone with the Windows Phone 8.1 upgrade.