Laptops and notebook PCs using Intel’s first Tiger Lake chips will begin shipping in October, an Intel representative confirmed on Thursday.
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AMD’s share in the notebook PC market is now the highest ever, just under 20 per cent, according to new research findings.
Microsoft confirms that it is in talks to buy the video social-networking site TikTok, following a personal discussion between CEO Satya Nadella and Donald Trump.
PC buyers and builders will have to wait until late next year for Intel's first 10nm desktop processor, and even longer for 7nm processors.
Intel reports second-quarter results but there's a significant delay in the company's shift from the 10nm to the 7nm manufacturing process.
Microsoft has continued its drumbeat of enhancements to Teams and other collaborative apps by announcing new features and readying others for deployment.
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According to reports, Microsoft is even more explicitly pushing its upcoming Windows 10X as a competitor for Chromebooks and Chrome OS.
Intel has “something big to share” on September 2, leading one to guess that it might be its upcoming “Tiger Lake” processor or the debut of its Xe GPU.
While the first quarter saw PC sales plunge, both Gartner and IDC reported a big positive swing as quarantined workers bought PCs and Chromebooks.
Microsoft is shaking up its online Teams video meetings with a new “Together mode” that places participants in a virtual auditorium.
Router makers are failing at almost all aspects of network security, from providing timely updates to using ancient Linux kernels with known vulnerabilities.
Microsoft expects the update to be sent out to affected devices within a few weeks.
Closing retail stores puts more pressure on developing a superior online presence, while pushing more support responsibilities onto consumers.
Microsoft is clearing up Windows 10's app clutter by consolidating Skype for Desktop into Skype for Windows 10.