Intel reported strong profits and revenue for the fourth quarter of 2020, driven by record pandemic-fuelled PC sales of 33 per cent.
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Qualcomm has purchased Nuvia, an Arm CPU start-up, and will use the company's technology to beef up its smartphone and PC CPUs.
Intel open to the idea of bringing in a third-party chip manufacturing line within the business to improve processor manufacturing.
Microsoft unveils a preview version of its Authenticator app for iOS and Android, which then generates the passwords that can be synced with Edge.
Google has bought Neverware, and will make its CloudReady technology to add ChromeOS to older PC hardware part of ChromeOS in the future.
Microsoft is finally bringing Windows on ARM closer to parity with traditional X86 processors.
Think the PC is dead? Not right now. In fact, notebook PC sales are expected to grow by a whopping 26.4 per cent during the fourth quarter.
When users saw a Microsoft tool marked "Productivity Score" that was tied to their names, they freaked out. So Microsoft made changes.
Microsoft has introduced the Windows Feature Experience Pack to test ideas separately from the Windows 10 build releases.
Driven by sales of AMD's mobile Ryzen 4000, Intel's chief competitor has captured more share in the notebook market than at any time in history.
Microsoft has removed, not added, features within the latest Windows 10 Insider update, version 20246. Just part of the process, or a sign of slowing development?
Intel continued its topsy-turvy 2020 by reporting stronger demand for its Tiger Lake CPUs than the company originally anticipated.
Microsoft's Windows 10 October 2020 Update is available to all now, either to download manually or wait until it's pushed to your PC.
Intel, one of the biggest names in the flash storage and SSD business, has sold all of its SSD operations to SK Hynix.
A source close to Microsoft said that Office apps that unexpectedly appeared in the Windows Start menu were due to a bug that's being fixed.