The EPI has a single, overarching goal: create competitive processors for every major market segment in Europe. Six months from beginning development, they’ve reached their first milestone by submitting secretive architectural designs to the European Commission.
Sony shot for the moon with its PlayStation Classic, aiming to capitalize on the mini console craze Nintendo created with its NES Classic and SNES Classic. The Japanese gaming giant hoped to convince retro gamers to shell out $99.99 for the trip down memory lane.
As we already know from previous coverage, Stadia is a gaming platform that can stream content to practically anything capable of running a Chrome browser or beam to a TV through Chromecast Ultra. What we did not know is where or when it will be available.
According to a complaint filed by federal prosecutors in April and recently unsealed, the defendants are faced with several felony counts including mail fraud, conspiracy, and aggravated identity theft.
The largest offshore wind farm in the world is now online and generating power. The Hornsea One wind farm, located roughly 75 miles off the east coast of Grimsby in the North Sea, isn’t yet running at full capacity as only 50 of the 174 Siemens Gamesa 7MW...
A grand price fixing scheme that took place between 1998-2002 involved over a dozen makers, of what PC component?
Was it DRAM, Motherboards, Laptop Displays or HDDs?
Even in a complex game such as Go, DeepMind was able to teach their AI, AlphaGo, a set of rules, possible moves, and what each position on the board means.
DRAMeXchange, the storage-focused arm of market analysis firm TrendForce, has put together an account of the market that reads like a terrible student’s report card: everything is a disaster. Best off are Intel and Micron, who only escaped with 17% and 19%...
Game libraries of many Steam users will soon be graced by titles that would typically have been available only on Microsoft's Store for PC and Xbox Live for the company's gaming console. But ahead of E3, Microsoft is looking to change that with its commitment to...
Dutch semiconductor manufacturer NXP has agreed to purchase Marvell’s Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity assets for $1.76 billion in cash.