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Desktop motherboards with USB 3.1 connectors are being released by hardware companies.
A new process reduces the cost of making gallium arsenide chips and solar cells.
Qualcomm, MediaTek, Samsung and LG are all working on exciting new products
AMD's open alternative to Nvidia's G-Sync finally arrives. and in force. We kicked the tires on FreeSync to see if this alternative is good enough to overcome its competition's nearly two year head start and try to pick a winner.
The flash storage module is aimed at mass market devices
The company came out on top at a competition at the Cebit trade show
Just when you thought the graphics war was over, Nvidia opened the curtain on the "ultra-enthusiast" GeForce GTX Titan X which it claims is the most powerful gaming GPU it's ever made.
HSA Foundation's first software and hardware specification could extract more performance, battery from mobile devices
While it won't eliminate heat, this heat pipe could spread it out better and reduce extremes of temperature on the surface of smartphones
The 'Rowhammering' attack exploits electrical interference to change binary values in memory
If you're the kind of person that's been held back by the pathetic 16GB of RAM in your laptop, I'M Intelligent Memory says its new chips can take you to 32GB even if Intel doesn't approve of it.
The new USB 3.1 port in the 12-inch MacBook is backward compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0.
Apple's quest for ultra-thin simplicity in the new 12-inch MacBook has left a lot of technology in a shallow grave, replaced by a single Type-C port.