SanDisk is targeting the datacenter market with its latest 4 TB SSD.
A report claims that Apple will greatly focus on the changes and improvements it has made in the next major update of OS X at this year’s WWDC.
The press invite sent out by Motorola suggests that the company will be unveiling the successor to the value-for-money Moto G.
HP is dabbling in a 14-inch SlateBook that looks like a traditional notebook but runs Android.
Shield 2 features much better hardware when compared to the first-generation Shield.
Both manufacturers will be offering memory modules that offer better data transmission rates from later this year.
Motorola is seeing a resurgence in sales that is set to continue as new devices are scheduled to launch later this quarter.
Catalyst 14.4 adds support for the R9 295X2 and includes tweaks for CrossFire and Mantle.
44 refreshed Haswell chips will be released in May, but this list lacks new details on Devil’s Canyon.
G.Skill clears the last hurdle of DDR3 by launching the industry’s first DDR3L stick.
Agreement between the two companies would see Samsung develop a 14nm process node and license it to GlobalFoundries, but there’s also a reason for caution.
Windows 8.1 Update 1 must be installed by May 13 to continue to receive security patches from Microsoft.
OnePlus One features high-end hardware in a slim form factor that will be available for under $400.
Lian Li’s PC-V2130 will be its new flagship offering once it launches later this year.
Apple has expanded the availability of the new entry-level iPhone 5c model to a handful of European markets.
All major manufacturers and carriers in the US have signed a commitment to provide anti-theft tools and services to users on all handsets starting July 2015.
Quantenna is working on a 10-gigabit Wi-Fi chipset that will utilize eight data streams simultaneously.
Despite two Surface generations having passed and sales numbers still paling in comparison to Apple iPad volumes, Microsoft’s commitment to the Windows tablet project is growing, with a form factor expansion eyed for 2014.
New low-end chips to compete against Intel’s Bay Trail platform.
The Steam page for the upcoming Lord of the Rings RPG reveals a demanding list of PC requirements for the game, including 64-bit and DX11-only support.