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The PC and server interface technology can sip energy when it needs to, PCI's industry group says.
From new chips to super-fast storage and amazing connectivity improvements, the future of computing was unveiled at Computex.
The chipmaker is working on wireless technologies that will let you charge, dock, display and transfer data from a computer without any cables.
We got an exclusive hands on with Llama Mountain, a tablet-laptop hybrid that runs on Intel’s new but delayed Broadwell chip.
Samsung has also released 128GB, 256GB and 512GB SSDs based on new V-NAND technology
Tablet and laptop makers will also use the Taiwan trade show to highlight their latest products
Intel shows off a robot that will be based on its Edison processor and available to buy by the end of the year. Is this another OnCue?
Rockchip agrees to design and sell Intel-branded SoCs into the tablet market.
But knowing how to program in Arduino still matters
Nvidia exceeded Wall Street estimates for both profits and revenue, citing a greater takeup of its graphics chips in both traditional PCs and in new markets like data centers.
Crucial will ship DDR4 DIMMs at around the time Intel ships chipsets compatible with the memory.
AMD showed off "Seattle," its first ARM chips for servers. But more important was AMD's announcement of "SkyBridge," which will bring together ARM and AMD's traditional X86 chips.
3D Systems is developing conductive ink for Project Ara's modular blocks, and also fine-tuning its manufacturing process
Nvidia's Jetson TK1 computer, shipping now, delivers 300 gigaflops of performance.
The new chips perform real-time analysis on the types of apps you’re using and provide just enough power to run them optimally.