Samsung held its foundry forum event and detailed upcoming process nodes and improvements, including new nanosheet GAAFETs arriving for the 3nm node.
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.
A new report claims 20M PC gamers could move away from the platform within the next three years.
Nintendo is reportedly working on new Switch hardware, but a cheaper version of the Switch is expected before any kind of enhanced flavor.
There’s a new suite of rumors about Navi to correspond with updates on the next-generation PS5. AMD needs some version of these rumors to be accurate — but which one will shape how its GPU market unfolds in the future.
Nvidia and a design agency called AKQA fed neural networks data about sports that already exist, and they came up with a new one.
It’s rare to see the same monitor go head-to-head with itself in both a FreeSync and a G-Sync configuration, but that’s what we’ve got here. Who wins?
Nvidia’s new WHQL 425.31 driver enables ray tracing on GTX cards — and some of the upper-end GPUs can even handle it, in specific cases.