Samsung's chip business contributed the lion's share of its operating income, thanks to strong sales of both memory and logic chips.
Initial concerns include chip makers have less access to Arm IP and Arm being refocussed to Nvidia products.
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On the bright side, Netgear is seeing strong SMB demand assuming it can wrangle logistics issues.
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Intel said its hardware is involved in a slate of new projects ranging from university research to autonomous FedEx delivery robots.
The first developer beta is available right now, with an official release expected early next year.
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The commerce giant gets the Black Friday party started with deals on everyday gadgets and gizmos.
The cloud computing giant has joined Google and IBM in the race to build a universal, fault-tolerant quantum computer.
Air traffic control for drones is paving the way for commercial UAV delivery.
AT&T will be providing 5G connectivity at the Dearborn Rouge where electric vehicles are being built.
AMD said enterprise use of EPYC was particularly strong in the quarter among Dell, Lenovo, Cisco and other system makers.
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All devices, including the Duo 2, will be available starting October 5, the day Microsoft launches Windows 11.
There's a next-generation Kindle Paperwhite, a new Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition, and a brand-new waterproof Kindle Paperwhite Kids.
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Lots of fast storage in a small, robust package.
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The Acer Chromebook 317 is the industry’s first 17.3-inch Chromebook, aimed at both heavy-duty multi-taskers and those wanting an immersive entertainment platform.
ZDNet's Larry Dignan caught up with Acer CEO Jason Chen and Acer Pan-America chief Gregg Prendergast to talk about the state of PC demand, the impact of Chromebooks, and how sustainability is good business.
Matt Miller says Samsung continues to refine the hardware with its best Galaxy Watch ever. Even more significant is that this watch is a Wear OS powered by Samsung smartwatch. Read more: https://zd.net/2Y38Q8s
Fitbit's latest sports a color display, GPS, and elegant form factor. Matt Miller thinks it has everything you could want in a tracker -- and at a reasonable price. Read more: https://zd.net/3u2VIvl
LG brought the ANC and UV bacteria-killing features from two previous earbuds and combined them into the TONE Free FP8. Matt Miller tells Beth Mauder that long battery life, comfort, and more make this new headset a worthy contender. Read more: https://zd.net/3kptpnJ
Matt Miller says COROS continues to challenge Garmin in the high-end GPS sports watch market by delivering very long battery life, onboard music, and compelling materials for a price that is less than rival offerings. Read more: https://zd.net/3lugsYZ
Matt Miller says OnePlus is known for its competitive smartphones, but also dabbles in accessories. Its new earbuds offer ANC, water resistance, and much more for $150. Read more: https://zd.net/3mpsWTW
Matt Miller says active noise cancellation is all the rage today on earbuds and Amazfit offers reliable ANC and much more for $150. The earbuds even have a heart rate monitor, fitness tracking, and posture correction reminders. Read more: https://zd.net/3yXIRME
Matt Miller says the first smartwatch entry from OnePlus isn't as compelling as its smartphones, but for just $159, you get what you pay for. It gets the basics right with a lovely display, long battery life, solid design, phone call support, and more. Read more: https://zd.net/3fUF4s4
ZDNet's Larry Dignan caught up with John Curtis, VP and General Manager, and Hamshy Raveendran, Head of Product Management and Go To Market for Samsung's B2B Mobile Division, to talk about the business case for the company's foldable devices. Read more: https://zd.net/3yCzaDn
While Sennheiser's new Bluetooth earbuds don't look like much, they deliver on excellent audio performance with very long battery life. Matt Miller says the earbuds are comfortable for extended wear and include support for the aptX codec. Read more: https://zd.net/3fO3ymR
Matt Miller says the latest Forerunner model sports unique LTE connectivity, along with all of the great features from the original 945. It may be the best GPS sports watch for those who want to leave the phone behind and benefit from connected safety features. Read more: https://zd.net/3gIm67L
As a pandemic age gimmick, having an antimicrobial coating is an interesting extra.