Don't-Miss Component Stories
Intel saw sales and profits drop in 2012, as the company was hit by a slide in demand for personal computers and its continued inability to make it big in the smartphone and tablet markets, but its data center business continued to grow.
The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and a consortium of top semiconductor companies will hand out $194 million to universities for research that addresses the physical limitations of semiconductors and chips.
Behold! A visual smorgasbord celebrating CPU and GPU coolers designed for people who have more case space than common sense. We hope you're ready for a lot of copper.
In the time since the credit card-size Raspberry Pi computer went on sale, hardware hackers have customized the PC to be everything from a game console to a mini Linux laptop to a supercomputer. We give you the best of the Pi community's hacks.
Gigabyte and Intel try to prove that DIY is not dead in the PC world, offering components that let users build their own AIO PCs.
Xi3 Project Piston - CES 2013
Broadcom thinks it can make NFC a common smartphone feature by offering it in a chip with other wireless technologies, even if making payments with the technology doesn't catch on for years.
Sometimes a single component upgrade can push your PC over the edge. Allow us to make some timely holiday suggestions.
An arcane cabinet that is only slightly larger than a lighter? We're cool with this.
Raspberry Pi gets its own version of Minecraft and an official $25 camera add-on.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini will retire as an officer and director of the company in May, ending a four-decade career with the company.
Trace the ongoing development of techies' favorite input tool, from typewriter mimic to clacky workhorse to enhanced flat-screen.
Network World talks to Black Friday watcher Michael Brim of BFads.net to sort out this holiday season's shopping trends.