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
What does the future hold for the mainstream Xeon processor line? Will...
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.
One of the first non-Nexus and non-Google Play Edition Android devices to get bumped up to the latest and greatest software version, 4.4 KitKat, will apparently be LG’s G2, slated for the update this month in Korea.
Apple has started seeding the second beta of iOS 7.1 to registered developers, taking yet another step towards unveiling the first major iterative update to iOS 7.
Samsung wants the younger generations to grow up with wearable technology that have major potential in high fashion and regular street apparel.
Microsoft is swinging for the fences in its continued battle against Google, with ridiculous TV advertisements – and by cleverly trying to steal users from Gmail.
The Adam II is the first table to come out of Notion Ink in two years, and it does feature a few unique elements.
Privacy is a big deal in this age of social networking: online posts can potentially be a source of privacy leaks, even aborted or cancelled posts can be tracked, especially by Facebook.
There hasn’t been much news about an evad3rs iOS 7 jailbreak, but a new controversy has surfaced.
Lead Investment for Bungie Tyson Greene sheds light on Destiny's RPG mechanics, revealing that gamers will have a ton of flexibility, content, and community interaction in their upcoming FPS/RPG mashup.
Ubisoft has faced trials with Rainbow Six: Patriots, stating that it "had to be remade" as many things "did not work", effectively restarting the title's development.
Indie dev Johnathan Blow continues to reprimand Microsoft on their past treatment of indie devs, citing his own personal experiences and also hopes that the company will deter this behavior with ID@Xbox.
Om Nom comes back, hungrier than ever for candy.
Who knows what the future holds, but concepts are surely fun to look at.
What does the future hold for the mainstream Xeon processor line? Will it face the roadmap uncertainties of off-the-shelf desktop CPUs for the next year or two?
Using a keyboard and mouse to interact with your PC is so passe: here’s what we can look forward to.
China has successfully soft-landed its Chang’e 3 lander onto the surface of the moon, a major milestone for the state-run space agency.
Andy Rubin’s latest moonshot at Google involves building robots, and by acquiring Boston Dynamics, it is getting there soon.
During a recent podcast, Sony boss Jack Tretton revealed a surprising sale figure for Amazon's PS4 sales and also discusses how the company plans to deal with the high level of consumer demand.
Microsoft might be taking a cue from Google and adding the option of software navigation buttons in Windows Phone 8.1.
Major U.S. carriers are finally beginning to receive Retina iPad mini inventory.
The completely revamped Mac Pro release might just be around the corner.