Seemingly overnight, Intel's Clear Linux became a distribution with an eye toward not just Cloud environments, machine learning applications, data science and power users, but the broader desktop user as well.
Struggling Japanese engineering firm Toshiba on Monday reported improved full-year net profit thanks to the sale of its chip business, but said operating profit was sharply down.
On Monday, WhatsApp admitted a major cybersecurity breach that has enabled targeted spyware to be installed on phones through voice calls.
Microsoft has taken another step toward creating a secure identification platform that will allow users to own their personal data and keep it from the prying eyes of marketers and others.
Hands-on with Lenovo's PC prototype with folding screen
An entire class of vulnerabilities in Intel chips allows attackers to steal data directly from the processor, according to new reports from a group of cybersecurity researchers from around the world.
Toshiba still faces a tough operating environment. The system chip business remains in the red amid China's economic slowdown, and the company has decided to cut about 350 jobs from that segment via an early retirement program.
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The co-chief executives of China's largest chipmaker are fighting over whether to build a profitable business or focus on leading-edge technology, highlighting the problems plaguing the government's push to build an indigenous semiconductor manufacturing sector.
U.S. stock indexes fall about 2% as the trade war between the world's two largest economies escalates.
The iPhone 11 is so close.
Dr. Venkata Renduchintala outlined how the chip giant plans to becomes nimbler and less 'monolithic' following years of manufacturing stumbles.
The European Commission's plan for a wifi-based standard for cars endorsed by Volkswagen faces a two-month delay as EU countries wait for legal advice on the proposal.
Foxconn is poised to nominate chip unit boss Liu Young to succeed Terry Gou as chairman in a surprise choice by the iPhone assembler, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said.
A South Korean court said on Saturday it had approved warrants to arrest two senior officials at Samsung Electronics in relation to an alleged accounting fraud at the tech giant's biopharma affiliate.
Qualcomm's CEO received $3.5 million in Qualcomm shares for settling a bitter legal battle with Apple.
Kudlow said that "both sides will suffer on this," but argued that China will suffer significant GDP losses as export markets are hit. The blow to U.S. GDP, on the other hand, won't be substantial since the economy is "in terrific shape," he said.
Subsidiaries of Xperi Corp, a company that licenses intellectual property, have filed suit against Nvidia in the U.S. District Court of Delaware for patent infringement.
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China urged Washington on Friday to stop putting "unreasonable pressure" on Chinese companies.
An independent researcher discovered dozens of files set to public.
The Trump administration is hiking duties on $200 billion worth of Chinese products to 25% from 10%.
Bill passes that forces media to correct or remove content the government considers to be false
Chris Hughes says Zuckerberg sacrificed "security and civility for clicks."
A fix for 'the defect caused by substances' is in the works
Japan's Toyota Motor and Panasonic said they plan to establish a joint company to develop "connected" services to be used in homes and urban development.
Qualcomm today announced that it has partnered with Google to create a reference design and development kit for building Assistant-enabled Bluetooth headphones.
Oracle is planning to lay off more than 900 people in China, primarily from its local research and development operations of 1,600 employees, Chinese news outlets report.
Trump added that the United States "won't back down until China stops cheating our workers and stealing our jobs."
Hackers stole bitcoin worth $41 million from Binance, one of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchanges, the company said on Wednesday, the latest in a string of thefts from cryptocurrency exchanges around the world.
Intel shares declined 2.5 percent on Wednesday after executives forecast modest profit growth over the next three years, signaling it is likely to lag big rivals as the once-dominant chipmaker catches up in technology.
But don't expect a foldable Pixel any time soon
Samsung Electronics said on Tuesday it cannot confirm the shipping date for its foldable device Galaxy Fold yet
Apple's CEO tells CNBC that his company has been rapidly, yet quietly, making acquisitions.
Recap of all the big announcements.
The Internet of Things processor is optimised for data communications shorter than 100 metres, Samsung said.
German chipmaker Infineon said on Tuesday that a slump in demand had led to an inventory pile-up that would only plateau this summer, keeping pressure on profit margins.
Marvell is purchasing Aquantia for $13.25 per share in cash.
The new Windows Subsystem for Linux will use a real Linux kernel.
Microsoft's annual developer conference gave us a peek at Edge for Mac, new virtual assistant technology and HoloLens 2.
As part of the injunction, the court ordered Xtal not to conduct development activities on its software products that ASML says contain the Dutch company's intellectual property.
South Korea aims to rise to an unrivaled position in both memory and non-memory semiconductor industry by 2030, President Moon Jae-in said Tuesday as he visited a Samsung facility, unveiling a set of policy measures worth over KRW1 trillion (US$860 million) to support industry players.
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