Linaro is pushing a new open-source Software Reference Platform that will provide easy access to firmware and common software tools for easy integration of ARM servers in data centers.
Vivid OLED screens could replace LCD in TVs, PCs and mobile devices, and LG wants to be ready for that.
Intel has just started shipping some of its fastest laptop chips to date, meaning new, powerful laptops should soon be on the market.
In the future, computers may be able to read your thoughts through a connection with the brain. DARPA wants to create a device that could make that happen.
Intel and AMD this month said they expect PC prices to go up this year, as they did in 2015. Why? Because mobile devices are replacing low-cost laptops.
Shipment of PCs with Google's Chrome OS are growing at the expense of Windows laptops and desktops, despite the PC market being in its biggest slump since 2008.
The Windows 10 Mobile OS—popularly known as Windows Phone—is now compatible with smartphones based on x86 chips, according to Microsoft.
Intel has to keep a close watch on China, where an architectural battle is brewing that could break its dominance in servers.
Virtual reality on Chromebooks? HP thinks it's possible.
Two new memristors now available from Knowm are available as prototype test kits for researchers and academics to play with.
AMD's highly anticipated Zen processor architecture will first come to high-end desktops like gaming PCs at the end of this year.
HP's Sprout Pro is a souped up version of the original Sprout PC that shipped in late 2014.
Business users alarmed by Microsoft's recent announcement that new chips will not run on Windows 7 PCs need not fret. More than 100 business PCs coming with Intel's new "Skylake" Core vPro processors will run Windows 7, though the chips are tuned for Windows 10.
Intel is preparing to release a plethora of new server chips in the next three months.
Intel's goal for 2016 is simple: try to break the company's reliance on PCs.