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Stories by Mark Hachman
Shipments of desktop PC CPUs fell by more than 30 per cent during the first quarter of 2022 -- the largest drop in desktop CPU sales in history.
AMD reported record revenues for the first quarter of 2022, largely shrugging off concerns of chip shortages that have worried companies like Intel and Microsoft.
Intel reported substantial profits for the first quarter, but revenue dipped and the company's revenue outlook is even lower.
Devices using Qualcomm's Nuvia chips for PCs and phones are expected in late 2023 with the vendor claims is still consistent with its original roadmap.
ESET has found several UEFI vulnerabilities in over 100 different Lenovo consumer laptop models, which can be patched by updating the notebook's firmware.
Kaspersky Lab has been blacklisted by the U.S., joining Huawei and ZTE as companies that are deemed a threat to national security.
AMD is halting sales of its products to Russia in a move which seems to be the first explicit commitment from the chip industry in taking action against Russia.
Microsoft has chosen to avoid the spread of disinformation by de-ranking Russian state-sponsored sites Russia Today and Sputnik from Bing.
Intel provided a look ahead at its CPU roadmap in the context of its manufacturing technology and what power savings those chips would offer.
Microsoft Defender Preview is now live for both Windows PCs and Android phones, offering a clean, organised way to protect your devices against malware and phishing attempts.
Satya Nadella tries to distract investors wondering about the state of its HoloLens business by positioning the metaverse against Microsoft's proposed purchase of Activision Blizzard. It mostly works.
AMD executives reported a record quarter and an even better outlook, along with confidence that the company can meet demand for its processors and GPUs.
Microsoft reported strong revenue and profits during the fiscal second quarter, but was vague in describing how many users Windows 11 actually has.
Intel announces a new megafab near Columbus, Ohio, that will be used to manufacture "angstrom-class" chips beginning in 2025 -- hopefully well after the ongoing chip shortage disappears.
With hybrid work becoming the new normal, the game has changed for high-power computing and where it happens.