Intel's Knights Landing, which has new memory and interconnect technology, will be in supercomputers by the middle of 2015
The Toughpad line of mobile devices also offers built-in heaters to keep the products warm in freezing environments
Nvidia cancels plans to develop a 64-bit ARM chip for servers as questions linger about the viability of such products
Small server makers Cirrascale and E4 Engineering will be the first to ship 64-bit ARM servers
AMD will improve its chips' power consumption over the next 6 years, hoping for idle battery life in laptops of up to 50 hours.
Versions with Core i3 and Core i7 chips may take two months to ship
Dell's updates will make the Wyse Cloud Connect easier to use with touchscreens and remotely
Intel's Pocket Avatars app maps human expressions to avatars in a mobile chat
AMD is getting requests from game developers to port its Mantle API to Linux.
Unisys is shifting to Intel's Xeon chips for its flagship servers, like most major server makers.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab has good hardware, but isn't a game-changing product.
The stronger demand could be because of the Windows XP PC upgrade cycle, an analyst says.
The struggling company is trying to create operational efficiency, making Lisa Su the chief operating officer.
As the dust settles in Taipei, the next generation of PCs is shedding weight and wires. Smartglasses and even human gestures may soon control these devices, too.
Small Chinese tablet makers are experimenting with dual-boot tablets with Windows and Linux