The Raspberry Pi 4's V3DV driver has now passed the conformance test for the Vulkan APIs.
The M1-powered MacBook Air sports all the power of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and Magic Keyboard, for hundreds of dollars less. If you aren't using the iPad's camera or the Apple Pencil, is there any reason to get the big iPad?
SolidRun's new board aims to bring machine learning to devices in the field.
Why couldn't the M1 chip have been an Intel chip?
Sure, gaming demand is making it hard to procure new GPUs from Nvidia and AMD, but the launches coincide with a surge in Bitcoin. Cryptomining may be about to pick up again.
The reviews are in, and Apple's new M1 chip is everything that it promised to be. So, what happens next?
Google's initial attempt at building Chrome for Macs with Apple's new M1 chip has been crashing unexpectedly.
The latest Top500 list shows that supercomputers are getting better, but more slowly.
Intel is prepping to roll out its 3rd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, code named Ice Lake, for HPC workloads.
Microsoft is working with chip makers like Intel to bring its Pluton security processor to all Windows 10 PCs.
AMD is looking to capitalize on its momentum with its EPYC server processor by pairing it with the Instinct MI100 GPU accelerator to gain in high performance computing.
Apple's M1 chip promises to be a major performance boost for the MacBook Air.
Here's why I'm sticking with my Intel MacBook Pro, for now.
While the same M1 chip is coming out in the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini, the design of the mini gives us some forensic clues about how the M1 chip might be designed.
Apple's new M1-based systems have been announced, and Apple avoided touting their memory and storage - for good reason.
I've just again re-watched Apple's M1 chip unveiling event, and I'm left with more questions than answers.
Here's what we know about Apple's new M1 SoC.
CEO Tim Cook and Company show off next generation Mac computers and a whole lot more...
AMD hopes that by adding Athlon and Ryzen 3000 C-series processors to the lineup, AMD wants to move Chromebooks out of the realm of everyday tasks such as web browsing and casual gaming, and offer silicon capable of handling heavy multitasking and smooth gaming.
AMD takes on Intel's Xeon processors with the new Threadripper PRO 3000WX series.
We've known it was going to happen for years, and that day has now come. Apple has announced the fourth evolution for the Mac -- a slow, but inevitable move away from Intel to Apple Silicon.
AMD is pitching its new Ryzen PRO 4000 processors as "the new standard for modern business PCs" offering what is claimed to be the best performing processor, the most advanced technology, and, perhaps more significant for business, the most modern security.
AMD's Ryzen PRO 4000 chips, aimed at business users who demand security-centric features and enterprise-grade reliability.
Now that AMD's flagship Intel-beating 32-core, 64-thread 2nd-gen Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX is out, let's take a look at what it takes to build a super desktop system around this silicon. Not included in this build is a case, and the cost of the Windows 10 operating system.
AMD continues to keep the Socket AM4 platform alive and catering for budget and elite PC users with new B450 chipset-based motherboards.
AMD continues to pile the pressure on Intel, with prices range from $199 to $329.
Over the past 12 months, AMD has launched over 20 Ryzen CPUs and APUs, spanning almost the entire PC market, from premium to budget, into nearly all parts of the premium PC market, from gaming to professional, and mobile to desktop.
Unboxing a couple of brand new AMD Ryzen processors with Radeon Vega graphics hardware, along with associated hardware. Stay tuned for a much closer look at this hardware coming soon.
Looking to build a high-end PC around AMD's eight-core Ryzen 7 1800X processor? Here's what you need for the perfect build.
Looking to build a high-end PC around AMD's Threadripper processor? Here's what you need.
In this week's Jason Squared, Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani discuss Apple’s final announcement of 2020 and whether it lived up to the hype. Read more: https://zd.net/32DirBO
Qualcomm's new Quick Charge 5 technology could spell the end of waiting an hour to get back connected on mobile.
Maybe the news of Apple shifting its Mac CPUs from Intel to its own ARM64 architecture seemed subdued by the upheavals going on in the world today. Or perhaps, just perhaps, this is one of those changes: Not only a move to a more efficient processor, but also a more sustainable supply chain. It may be the smartest move yet, and not just from Apple. ZDNet’s Scott Fulton explains. Read more: https://zd.net/2OZC3J9
Windows 10 users find a new glitch with certain configurations, missed by Microsoft in testing the latest feature update.
Microsoft brings malware scanning to firmware on Windows 10 PCs.
Flutter now uses Apple's Metal API for iOS GPU access by default, brings faster animations and uses less memory.
Intel's launch comes as the company is in a dogfight with AMD, which has been upping its innovation cadence and powering more systems.
Scott Fulton explains how Google astonished the world by claiming its prototype quantum processor has achieved “supremacy” -- the ability to process a task in seconds that would take a classical supercomputer more than a lifetime. But how long can Google reign supreme before IBM mounts a challenge to its legitimacy? Months? Days? Read more: https://zd.net/2K5bKiK
Google reckons it has found the way forward to developing a fault-tolerant quantum computer.
The Dell PowerEdge R815's core density is impressive, setting it up neatly for virtualisation duties. Using AMD's 6000 series processors, it hits 48 cores across only four sockets, all in a 2U chassis.
The HP ProLiant DL585 G5 is a powerful server with a strong emphasis on reliability and serviceability that reduces overall device cost.
A fantastic mid-range projector, the 7210 delivers the deep contrast and natural colours that make for an excellent cinematic experience.
AMD has sprung a surprise by launching two new Athlon XP processors ahead of schedule. How does the flagship 2600+ CPU fare against Intel's Pentium 4 competition?