Microsoft's Surface Laptop 4 promises performance and battery life improvements over a range of Intel Core and AMD Ryzen Surface Edition chips.
Stories by Mark Hachman
Sources close to Intel back up a report that the vendor may try to move away from describing its chips as 10nm, 7nm, or something similar.
Intel said it plans to make available its x86 processor cores, graphics, and AI technology for licensing via its new foundry business.
Newly minted Intel chief executive Pat Gelsinger has outlined his vision for returning Intel to greatness: a manufacturing strategy called 'IDM 2.0'.
Discord is reportedly in acquisition talks with Microsoft for over $10 billion, giving Redmond a social network that boosts PC gaming aspirations.
A leaked presentation about Intel's upcoming Alder Lake CPU family suggests the new chips will affect motherboards, memory and more.
Microsoft is adding Power Automate Desktop as a Windows app, allowing users to automate tasks in various apps via macro functions.
Windows 10's latest Update KB5000802, which rolled out March 9, appears to be causing Windows Blue Screens of Death errors after trying to print.
Microsoft's upcoming Surface Laptop 4 may ship with either Intel's 11th-gen Tiger Lake or AMD's CPUs—but the older Ryzen 4000.
If a Chromebook goes out of support and doesn't receive browser updates, some sites won't give it access. Google's working to fix this.
At Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft certifies Microsoft Teams displays, updates its Teams speaker timeline, and unveils new presenter modes.
Microsoft announced Microsoft Mesh, a VR platform that Redmond hopes will eventually be used for holographic meetings and other uses.
Brave Software is buying Tailcat, an open search engine, and will add it to what it’s calling Brave Search, a forthcoming search engine.
Google Chrome won’t replace third-party cookies with alternative methods of tracking individuals in Chrome.
Microsoft Azure Percept houses camera module and smart mic, forming the foundation for intelligent devices built by partners.
Join Channel Asia for an exclusive webinar, in association with Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA) and learn about the latest industry insights and how technology services continue to evolve to deliver differentiated value, and how partners can be successful in 2021 and beyond.