Samsung held its foundry forum event and detailed upcoming process nodes and improvements, including new nanosheet GAAFETs arriving for the 3nm node.

Speculative execution has been in the news of late, typically when discussing the Meltdown and Spectre flaws. We explain the topic.

Intel has disclosed a new set of speculative execution security issues that can leak data from CPUs under certain circumstances. How serious a problem they represent as a practical matter is still under debate.

Intel announced a new installer and developer edition for its Clear Linux distro this week to kick off the first public iteration of its longstanding Open Source Technology Summit.

A new Biostar leak — or inadvertent disclosure — highlights the features arriving with AMD’s X570 chipset next month. PCIe 4.0, faster RAM clocks, and multiple M.2 slots, on this board at least, are all on tap.

A new leak may point the way to the specs on AMD’s rumored 16-core third-generation Ryzen desktop CPU.

Significant tariffs will go into effect at 12:01 AM Friday morning, and the markets have been jittery about the issue all week. So what happens next?

AMD reported strong market share gains for the quarter, particularly compared with a year ago. Server sales slipped a notch, but gains in desktop and laptops compensated.

Intel has announced that it intends to have 7nm in market by 2021 — and it’ll lead on that node with a GPU, not the CPU architectures it has traditionally used.

The Intel CPU shortage is expected to begin easing in June, despite continuing into Q3 2019, but the US-China trade war could cause problems for the entire PC industry this year.