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Microsoft has extended the special support period for customers who wish run Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 on newer Skylake hardware, though differences still remain with older "Broadwell" systems.
Intel's cops are gone, and ASRock is turning the music back up. It's time to get overclocking once again.
Cisco Systems is buying in some chip expertise that could help it in the datacenter.
Already compatible with Windows PCs and Macs, the super-fast Thunderbolt 3 connector technology will soon also work with Linux PCs.
Big changes are coming to the popular DisplayPort display standard, with a new version 1.4 promising support for 8K displays.
Raspberry Pi has an in-store treat on its fourth anniversary.
Charging an electric car while driving may sound like a wild idea, but Qualcomm wants to bring that capability to automobiles.
Sharp has approved an offer from Hon Hai Precision Industry and related companies to acquire over 66 percent of the company’s voting stock, making the Taiwanese contract manufacturer the new parent of the venerable Japanese firm.
The most frustrating thing about Oppo's SuperVOOC fast-charging demonstration at Mobile World Congress is waiting for the battery to discharge so that they can run it again.
The designer of the graphics chips for the iPhone 6s and HTC One M9+ is setting its sights lower for its next generation of products, a move that spells good news for mobile gamers with a smaller budget.
Microsoft's decision to cut support for Windows 7 and 8.1 on Intel Skylake chips is being upheld by its Windows Embedded teams, but not Windows Server.
To keep up with the demands of a connected world, future Intel chips may focus on energy efficiency over absolute computing power.
Imagination Technologies, the U.K. company that makes graphics chips for Apple's iPhones and iPads, is ditching its CEO and its strategy as it heads for its second consecutive year of losses.
An earthquake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale struck close to a major chip manufacturing hub in Tainan, Taiwan on Saturday morning local time. Some damage was reported to TSMC, a major chip manufacturer.
A barebones PC could turn into a multimedia or virtual reality powerhouse with new FirePro server graphics processors introduced by AMD.