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New tech replaces old with blinding speed, especially when it comes to graphics cards. Learn from the story of Nvidia's GeForce Titan X vs. its own cousin, the 980 Ti--a classic tale of tech triumph turned into tragedy.
STMicroelectronics is hoping to help developers implement voice control over Bluetooth
Estimating the number of people present by looking at Wi-Fi signals could help make buildings more energy efficient
An international team has recorded and monitored mouse brain cells with mesh electronics inserted via a syringe
Senate passes bill reining in NSA...Cook attacks other tech vendors for trading on privacy...Intel marries Thunderbolt to USB-C
For the Carrizo, AMD squeezed more transistors onto the same 28-nm node as the prior generation, increasing performance and reducing power.
Nantero's new carbon-nanotube chips could replace DRAM, solid-state and hard drives in PCs, and bring more storage to wearables
The Broadwell-H line will serve as a stopgap until its next "Skylake" chips roll out later this year.
Qualcomm's QCA9994 and QCA9984 Wi-Fi chips tap into the higher 160MHz spectrum.
See you later, 600W limit. Thanks to Silverstone's new 700W SFX-L power supply, you can cram big gaming power into the smallest rigs.
Altera specializes in FPGAs, reprogrammable chips which Intel lacks
The companies reportedly are in advanced talks
Intel could put to rest doubts about Thunderbolt's future after Apple did not include the technology in the 12-inch MacBook
ARM is in the advanced stages of developing a top-line processor to succeed the Cortex-A72.
DDR4 promised higher capacities than DDR3 and the time is finally here: Corsair and Kingston have announced 128GB RAM kits.