The second release of MLPerf, an objective AI benchmarking suite, shows how quickly AI tools are improving.
Intel fixes high-severity security flaw in its CPU performance-testing software for Windows 10 systems.
Elon Musk teases the full self-driving computer upgrade.
New hire could accelerate Apple's plans to move macOS hardware from Intel CPUs to Arm-based chips.
Multi-threaded performance blows away the Intel competition.
Raspberry Pi Foundation ventures into higher-end developer boards with the new Raspberry Pi 4 Model B.
Versal is Xilinx's effort to rewrite compute for artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Nvidia also unveiled what it says is the world's 22nd fastest supercomputer, the DGX SuperPOD.
Customers will need to spend time matching Intel's new Cascade Lake processors to applications, and working out how best to deploy Optane DC memory, but there are real performance benefits to be had.
Broadcom is getting clubbed with export restrictions and geopolitical issues as its second quarter sales fell short of expectations.
Remember the processor core wars? They're back, as AMD puts a fire under Intel with a 16-core 3rd-generation Ryzen chip.
Barefoot Networks flagship product is Tofino, which uses Protocol Independent Switch Architecture.
Microsoft releases standalone updates containing Intel microcode mitigations for recently disclosed MDS attacks.
For AMD, the partnership with Samsung gives it more heft to expand its graphics knowhow into smartphones and other mobile markets.
Infineon says the deal will secure future opportunities in automotive, industrial, and IoT markets.
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.
Looking to build a high-end PC around AMD's eight-core Ryzen 7 1800X processor? Here's what you need.
Looking to build a high-end PC around AMD's new Ryzen 7 1800X processor? Here's what you need.
For almost a decade AMD has yielded ground to Intel when it comes to processors, but the new Ryzen 7 chips change all that.
Transistors shrinking in line with Moore's Law have given us ever more powerful and smaller computers, as well as today's smartphones. But no one said you need to stick to the idea that processors have to keep getting smaller and faster.
AMD's next-generation A-Series Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) for laptops and low-power desktops, codenamed "Carrizo", will simultaneously ramp up energy efficiency and boost performance.
The biggest tech expo of the year is drawing to an end. Here's the very best tech we've seen -- including virtual reality, wearable tech, PCs-on-a-stick, and next-generation chips.
Back due to popular demand – all the parts you need to build a sub-$300 PC. Want a good, solid PC but don't want to spend the earth or trust an OEM with the job? Read on.
Let's take a look at this new king of Macs and see what makes it tick.
A new case of suspected Chinese industrial espionage highlights Europe's tricky balancing act between exploiting opportunities in China and guarding against the theft of technology back home.
Samsung plans to triple the volume of 8GB and 12GB DRAM units in anticipation of higher demand for devices with massive memory.
Rumors that Apple is planning an architecture switch away from Intel chips to its own silicon have been circulating for some time now, but recent reports suggest that Apple's revamping will be widespread, and bring even tighter integration between iPhone, iPad, and the Mac. Read more: https://zd.net/2EViugP
IBM makes progress on chip fabrication without using lithography.
Ahead of the holidays, Apple makes its case for the iPad Pro to be your next computer, even though it's not one. Read more: https://zd.net/2QZmC2P
Apple's A12X chip puts the new iPad Pro's performance within range of top-end MacBook Pros, say benchmarks.
The Contributor Covenant aims to address the skew towards white male contributors in open-source projects. Read more: https://zd.net/2D3yD3d
Samsung says its start of 7nm production using extreme ultraviolet lithography will mean higher performance. Read more: https://zd.net/2J9OFK9
Back up files before upgrading to Windows 10 1809, and if you get a warning about Intel drivers, do not proceed.
Chinese internet giant sets up a semiconductor company and unveils plans to release its own artificial intelligence processor.
The acquisition is expected to accelerate the delivery of automotive Ethernet solutions for car makers as they advance autonomous vehicle technologies. Read more: https://zd.net/2CqrGL9
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?