Nvidia is set to buy Arm for as much as $40 billion, the largest semiconductor deal ever. Nvidia says that it will use Arm's CPUs to bolster its AI technology.
The Gateway PC brand, now owned by Acer, has re-emerged after a decade of silence with a new lineup of Android tablets and Windows PCs, sold exclusively at Walmart.
Zoho, a low-profile developer of productivity software that competes with Google and Microsoft, has launched a new online integrated workspace that combines nine discrete apps under one unified UI.
AMD has set a date to launch the next iteration of its Ryzen processors, likely the Ryzen 4000 series.
Your kids don't have to do all of their distance-learning schoolwork on Zoom calls and Google Classroom. Use the powerful tools within Microsoft's Office app for iOS and Android to help younger kids work on paper.
Leaks claim the new Microsoft Xbox Series X and new Xbox Series S will launch on Nov. 10, for the same retail prices as the current consoles. Microsoft itself confirmed the Series S price.
The 12.5-inch "Sparti" Surface Laptop priced somewhere below $600 will debut as part of a Microsoft Surface refresh this fall.
Vivaldi debuts version 3.3 of its desktop browser, which offers Break Mode, an option to "pause the Internet" and take a break.
At IFA, Qualcomm announces the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G chip for Windows PCs, boasting multi-day battery life and optional 5G connectivity.
Intel reveals seven new 11th-gen Tiger Lake microprocessors for thin-and-light notebook PCs and tablets. Almost all of them boast significantly higher clock speeds than their predecessor, Ice Lake.
Intel is letting PC vendors run its Tiger Lake chips at a wide range of power and clock speed options, meaning two seemingly identical laptops may differ widely in performance.
Intel clarifies that its first Tiger Lake laptops from top PC brands will begin shipping in October.
Acer launches the Spin 7, a 14-inch convertible that's the first to use Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8cx chip for Windows on ARM.
As part of its Tiger Lake launch, Intel published reams of test data arguing its 11th-gen Core CPU is the fastest notebook PC processor on the planet.
Intel will use a new Evo brand to highlight ultrapremium notebooks it co-designed with laptop makers as part of a second edition of its Project Athena program.