Microsoft reported strong revenue and profits during the fiscal second quarter, but was vague in describing how many users Windows 11 actually has.
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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.
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People snapped up PCs as they worked from home.
Intel has named Michelle Johnston Holthaus as the new head of its Client Computing Group (CCG), which includes Intel's Core processor line.
At CES 2022, Google describes a number of ways in which it will use Fast Pair and other technologies to connect PCs, Chromebooks, Android phones and even cars and smartwatches.
Google has released version 96.0.4664.110 of its Chrome desktop browser to address a security vulnerability that is being exploited.
Microsoft added back some tweaks to Windows 11 that users had hoped for, such as the addition of the taskbar clock.
Microsoft has decided that those users who want to run 64-bit apps on a Windows on ARM PC must use Windows 11, not Windows 10.
A Windows 11 Insider build prevents Microsoft Edge links from being routed to third-party browsers via tools like EdgeDeflector. Microsoft said it's preserving "end-to-end customer experiences."
A combination of various manufacturing techniques will allow Intel to meet or even exceed Moore's Law over the next 10 years, according to Pat Gelsinger.
AMD has indicated that it's far better positioned for the fourth quarter of this year than Intel, after investing in securing manufacturing capacity.
Microsoft is going to push its PC Health Check app to all Windows 10 PCs as a way to encourage users to upgrade to Windows 11.
Intel claims that ongoing chip shortages mean that PC vendors expect to prioritise more expensive models during the holiday shopping season.
Intel has reported its third-quarter earnings which included a note that its laptop PC business was hurt by a shortfall of unidentified components.
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