The view from the top of IT with TechWorld Editor Rohan Pearce
At a wine bar in San Francisco on Wednesday, Broadcom Chairman and CTO Henry Samueli delivered some sobering news: Moore's Law isn't making chips cheaper anymore.
By Stephen Lawson | 05 December, 2013 21:08
Intel has beefed up its networking silicon in a bid to capture a bigger share of enterprise, carrier and cloud-provider networks for its chip architecture.
By Stephen Lawson | 04 December, 2013 22:28
Intel's open-source Galileo computer aimed at hardware hackers and the do-it-yourself crowd has started shipping to distributors and will be available to the public in two weeks.
By Agam Shah | 02 December, 2013 21:20
Tokyo's world-famous Akihabara district lost one of its signature stores on Saturday, and with it a piece of the area's rich electronics history faded away.
By Nayalan Moodley | 01 December, 2013 19:25
For these products, we truly give thanks
By PC World Staff | 28 November, 2013 09:13
With a lull in major tech earnings news this week, Intel's investor day and Salesforce.com's Dreamforce developer and partner conference gave market watchers plenty to mull over.
By Marc Ferranti | 22 November, 2013 22:04
With memory, as with real estate, location matters. A group of researchers from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and the Department of Energy's Los Alamos National Laboratory have found that the altitude at which SRAM (static random access memory) resides can influence how many random errors the memory produces.
By Joab Jackson | 22 November, 2013 01:32
Intel will release new Atom chips for smartphones and tablets next year as it chases a goal of boosting mobile chip graphics performance by 15 times and CPU performance by five times by 2016.
By Agam Shah | 21 November, 2013 21:24
Tablets with 64-bit versions of the Android OS and Intel Atom chips code-named Bay Trail will become available next year, Intel said on Thursday.
By Agam Shah | 21 November, 2013 17:37
Cool Yule Tools 2013: Our Tester Elf-approved picks for awesome gadgety goodness
By Keith Shaw | 21 November, 2013 09:02
Mobile device chips coming next year from Qualcomm will be able to use wide spectrum bands that carriers are beginning to patch together with new technology, but its lofty performance claims need to be taken with a grain of salt.
By Stephen Lawson | 21 November, 2013 01:32
Qualcomm wants to make tablets and smartphones more perceptive by giving the devices a "silicon brain," company CEO Paul Jacobs said Wednesday.
By Agam Shah | 20 November, 2013 21:55