After being forced to extend its 14nm Core processors by several years, Intel now says it can launch both 10nm and 7nm products within two years.
Stories by Mark Hachman
Antivirus makers Sophos and Avast are warning users that installing a recent Windows update may cause their PCs to lock up or fail to boot.
Microsoft has begun sending emails warning some users that their Outlook, MSN, or Hotmail email accounts may have been compromised.
Microsoft posts an early, public version of its Edge browser running on top of the Chromium platform used by Google Chrome.
Hate passwords? We all do. So Microsoft, Google, and other browser makers have made WebAuthn to replace passwords with your fingerprint and facial recognition.
Microsoft has launched HoloLens 2 with an expanded field of view and—with a price of $3,500—a clear aim at business rather than consumers.
Intel's seventh chief executive is something of a closed book. From what he's said, however, it appears that Bob Swan is choosing to stay the course.
AMD's chief executive builds off her CES introduction of Radeon VII and the 3rd-generation Ryzen with disclosures about ray tracing plans, more cores for its Ryzen chips, and more.
Intel's surprisingly newsy press conference at CES ushered in its new Core chip, Ice Lake, plus a few surprises: a stakced "Lakefield" chip and "Project Athena," its
Though Microsoft Bing continues to gain share in search, here are several reasons for choosing Google instead as your preferred search engine.
A new rootkit, Zacinlo, that attacks United States users of Windows 10 has re-surfaced. It's hidden inside a "VPN" that promises to secure your PC.
Microsoft's new Azure Sphere security package for billions of IoT devices includes two surprises: a new chip that Microsoft will license, plus its own Linux kernel.
Add Windows 7, Windows 8.1 to the list of Microsoft operating systems protected against Spectre and Meltdown, as well as the Kaby Lake, Coffee Lake, and Skylake chips from Intel.
Microsoft's updated the HoloLens development environment to acknowledge that everyday, 2D software applications are still the reality for most users. The updates support multiple 'flat' apps and improve voice controls as well.
Microsoft is scheduled (finally!) to push Windows 10 Mobile to older Windows Phone 8.1 devices as early as tomorrow, if a new report is to be believed.