AMD has publicly disclosed its strategy and roadmap in an effort to recapture critical server market share.
AMD has released a presentation in which it hinted that Steamroller might come out nearly a year early.
Electronic Arts says it's close to fixing the problems that made the launch of SimCity such a disaster last week, and is offering a free PC game to anyone affected.
Who doesn’t have an old Android smartphone or two sitting around on their desk in the shadows just gathering dust?
TSMC and ARM have clinched a multi-year agreement to extend ongoing collaboration beyond the realm of 20-nanometer (nm) technology and deliver ARM chips on FinFET transistors.
Apple says it's fixed a bug that's been causing some apps downloaded from its store to crash as soon as they're launched.
Hackers linked to the Anonymous collective have breached the digital perimeter protecting the Department of Justice (DoJ) network.
HP has worked up quite a reputation for being the king of drama over the last several years. However, this week the company shifted the drama where it belongs: with the products.
ARM has consolidated its control over the lucrative mobile space and is moving to challenge x86 architecture in markets currently dominated by Intel and AMD.
Around 16,000 sex offenders and prisoners on parole were left unmonitored for 12 hours last week, as a crucial database hit its limits.
Verizon has launched a potentially lucrative initiative to equip all of its Android devices with improved enterprise-grade security and management tools.
The Smooth-Stone syndicate has amassed a $48 million war chest to challenge traditional x86 processors with new, low-powered chips designed for use in servers and data centers.
Microsoft has criticized a Google researcher for publicly disclosing a remote code execution vulnerability affecting Windows XP and Server 2003.
Microsoft is prepping its first Windows 7 (beta) service pack for a July launch.
Hackers have reportedly targeted a number of websites powered by the popular WordPress platform.
ARM is currently the undisputed heavyweight champion of the global mobile marketplace. However, the company has recently accelerated development of low-powered server chips in response to what it describes as "customer demand."
A team of unknown hackers recently engaged in a "brute force" attack against Apache's servers.