Apple products always had the reputation for being more secure than Windows, but one researcher says that is not because of superior technology
Selling more than 100,000 computer products every day apparently isn’t enough for Acer, they want to be the LAST one selling products in a sagging PC industry
Size isn’t everything – after all there’s processing power and power usage.
Rumor has it that Google will unveil its new U.S. wireless service today, perhaps creating a game-changing approach to data use.
EE Times has quite a story about Intel once again breaking out of the semiconductor fab pack, with a “quantum” leap over its competitors occurring by 2016 in 10nm nodes.
Sage Electronic Engineering, www.se-eng.com, is offering a free update to its SageBIOS™ Open Source Package (OSP) firmware supporting the Gizmo 2 development platform
Well if you didn’t notice the Google Doodle was a bit of a joke about the Loch Ness Monster being created by submarine biking aliens, then you also probably missed the Google Maps bit about Lock Ness.
Well, with all the fallout of AMD’s miserable first-quarter earnings report, and the flurry of “leaks” about upcoming AMD products that were sure to follow, one of the more interesting stories came from Rich Nass, brand director for Embedded Computing Design.
Leaked details of Intel’s Skylake processor family indicate that the x86-processor giant is taking a long look at bringing gamers into its fold, with dual- and quad-core chips running as fast as 4 GhZ (4.2 GhZ boosted), and churning through a devil-may-care TDP as high as 95 watts.
Fudzilla is now reporting that AMD’s 2016 Opteron server chips will come with up to 32 Zen x86 cores, with DDR4 memory and Greenland integrated graphics.