At TechCon this week, ARM will celebrate and show off hard-won successes.
The Zenbook NX500 will ship in October, and be the first laptop with a 4K quantum dots screen.
Cray's XC40 will be used in the U.S. Department of Energy's Trinity and other supercomputers
Lenovo's new Yoga tablets will ship during the holiday season, and Ashton Kutcher has a hand in product development.
Samsung's previous highest-capacity SSD could store 1.6TB, but not any more.
ARM's M7 processor could make drones more agile
The Alienware Alpha console and razer-thin Dell Venue 8 7000 are only the beginning.
IdeaPad U310/U410 owners can get either a $100 refund or $250 voucher as part of a class-action settlement.
Apple fans expressed a preference for the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus over the 4.7-inch iPhone 6
Amazon.com also introduced Fire OS 4 "Sangria," the next generation of software and services tuned for Fire devices
AppliedMicro is introducing its Helix ARM 64-bit embedded processor family at ARM TechCon
Users will be able to print 3D models for home delivery in Microsoft's 3D Builder app.
DisplayPort 1.3 also supports multiple 4K monitors, so if you're looking to build one heck of a gaming rig, the standard has you covered.
Intel sweeps its Broadwell microprocessors under the floor at IDF, and pushes Skylake as the next big thing. If you're going to buy a PC next year, maybe you should wait a bit.
Microsoft wants to put a small version of Windows 8 on more developer boards