According to a report by The Financial Times, Intel is looking to divest itself of its Intel Security business division. This may mean the sale of entire business unit to private investors.
Engineers at the University of California at Davis have developed the world's first 1,000-core processor. The chip reportedly boasts insane levels of power efficiency, and can be powered by a single AA battery.
Rumors have surfaced that certain design problems with USB 3.1 transmission speeds on AMD's Zen chipset could lead to increased costs for board manufacturers.
AMD has apparently more than doubled down on its upcoming Zen processors; read on for more details.
These CPU cases by EVGA boast an optimized airflow path, removable fan filters, and easy removable door for easy rig assembly. Jump in to see what else it offers.
News has emerged that Intel and AMD have postponed the release of their next-generation processors to early next year, with plans to launch during CES 2017. If the reports turn out to be accurate, we may have to wait a little while longer for Kaby Lake and Zen.
Intel has launched its new "Broadwell-EX" Xeon processor E7-8800 and 4800 v4 series. With the new processors, Intel has up the ante, in terms of performance, reliability and security, for advanced analytics in real-time decisions. Read on to uncover the capabilities of the latest Xeon E7 family processors.
Situated in the popular computer and electronics shopping district of Taipei is the new Syntrend electronics shopping mall. This is where Intel has setup their fairly new Intel Experience Store to provide the mall shoppers a hands-on experience with their latest technologies. If you're in Taipei, you'll want to check this store and the mall.
When it comes to Computex, there’s probably no bigger player than Intel who’s at the forefront of driving innovation and enabling scores of ODMs and OEMs to design amazing products around them. Trust us when we say Intel has its mind set on powering just about anything you can imagine. We show you why.
AMD publicly demonstrated their latest "Zen" core at their press conference this morning, signifying the silicon's health and the company's determination to go head on with Intel's dominance in the high-performance desktop market.