Intel Broadwell-EP Xeon E5 v4: Focus on more cores and reliability
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Haswell refresh to trickle in gradually through 2014
Refresh to begin in the second quarter and carry through the third.
Bots, not humans, dominated web traffic in 2013, according to data recently released by security service Incapsula.
Twitter has updated its mobile apps for iOS and Android with better swiping features and embedded photos in direct messages.
Dell’s first Chromebook will be used primarily in the classroom, and will cost $300.
In yet another brilliant publicity move boosting its reputation while at the same time dissing on the competition, Nokia has offered an unfortunate Samsung Galaxy S4 owner a Lumia handheld completely free of charge.
Commenting on recent reports of deaths at manufacturing partner Pegatron’s factory, Apple’s medical experts have reached a conclusion.
Apple’s new smartphones have more than doubled its market share in the country.
Official word on the Sony Xperia Z1s, the world’s first mini Android smartphone with flagship hardware, remains as elusive as ever, but the Z1s’ visit to the FCC recently suggests that’s about to change very soon.
Sony has launched new USB flash disks for mobile devices, aimed at offering cheap expandable storage to Android phones and tablets that don’t have SD card slots.
With the PS4 sold out pretty much everywhere, Walmart gives shoppers hope with a huge shipment of Sony's next-gen consoles in preparation for the holiday season.
It’s no secret anymore Samsung is eyeing the further expansion of its Galaxy Note product catalog with a low-cost “Lite” version of the 5.7-inch GNote 3.
The LG G Flex might be a mere 24 hours away from breaking cover in the first couple of Asian markets, but at least one country on the continent will apparently be left waiting until February 2014.
Digital Storm’s first Steam machine will be unveiled at the CES next month, and will retail for $1,469.
Apple’s homegrown instant messaging service can now be used in-flight for just $2 per day.
The retailer is expected to offer substantial discounts on the prices of Apple’s latest iPhones, with conventional two year service contracts.
An analyst firm reveals that the PlayStation 4 was the biggest console launch in history, and forecasts Sony's console as the leader in sales.
Contrary to what most foreigners may think about the undesired side effects of smog, officials in China believe the toxic cloud surrounding and choking its citizens is a good thing.
Recent reports pulled from leaked documents indicate that Fallout 4 is indeed real, it's set in Boston, and is currently in development as we speak.
ZeniMax Online has revealed when their ambitious new open-world MMORPG, The Elder Scrolls Online, will launch onto PC and next-gen consoles.
Amazon officially entered the San Francisco grocery business recently, signaling that the company’s position in the perishable food market is more than just an experiment.
HTC’s presence in the Indian mobile décor has always been fairly low-key, but the Taiwanese are hoping the Desire 501, 601 and 700 can turn things around.