When idle, the new fourth-generation Core chips will use 20 times less power than the predecessor chips.
The first rule of iPhone is that it never, never goes on sale. The second rule of iPhone is that when iPhone does go on sale, it's only last year's model, or even older. The third rule of iPhone is that when this year's model goes on sale, a new model is coming soon.
Source confirms that Intel has scored a big win for its mobile processor business.
As E3 looms, the console makers need to figure out which audiences matter to them and how to embrace the full possibilities of going digital.
That's a massive change from the original colorful, shiny, semi-transparent iOS development language, which tries hard to make virtual controls and objects look and feel and act like real controls and objects.
In other words, the giant that sold almost 400 million phones last year is getting bigger. And faster.
We all know Microsoft likes to challenge its competitors head on, especially Google. Now Microsoft is taking a swing at Apple in a new 30-second ad that uses Siri's voice to make fun of the iPad.
Nvidia says it is already ready for next-generation gaming.
A Michigan baby's life was saved by the insertion of a 3-D printed trachea at two months old.
The tabletop computer is a growing category.
Advanced Micro Devices is launching two new families of mobile chips today for faster and more power efficient laptops.
Sunnyvale, Calif.-based AMD wants to become more competitive with its larger rival Intel, and it is doing it by creating all-in-one …
New devices include a 20-inch all-in-one computer that you can use as a giant tabletop tablet.
Editor's Pick It's more a powerful home theater PC than it is a game console, making it a great tool for bringing Microsoft's services into your living room.
While casinos have already banned Google Glass, card counters are still exploring how they can use the device for other purposes.
What time is it -- about five months before fall, 2013? Then it must be time for testing iWatch.
The Dot raised over $100,000 on Kickstarter and is now in full force changing the way you see the world…one video camera at a time. And VentureBeat is going to help you get it at the low price of only $27.99!
"We want our users to have a magical experience, with easy and natural movements in the air leading to amazing interactions," co-founder David Holz said. "Leap Motion's mission is to break down the barriers between people and technology."
Japan's DeNA teams up with the renowned game developer Peter Molyneux.
As far as dubious honors go, this one is probably the most dubious of them all.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, a Finish mobile company was working on a ground-breaking game-changing world-shaking new smartphone operating system based on Linux rising from the ashes of Intel's Moblin and its own Maemo projects.