IBM has announced a breakthrough in silicon photonics technology — a 100Gb/s fully integrated set of optical components that could be used to link multiple components in a server. Bit by bit, silicon photonics is becoming a reality.
AMD’s quarterly results for Q1 are in, and it’s an ugly situation overall. The company’s revenue has taken a hammering over the past 12 months, and its core GPU and CPU markets are the worst affected.
How do the PS4 and Xbox One compare with each other in 2015? If you’re thinking about buying one of these two consoles–or just want ammunition for bragging rights–here’s what you need to know.
New Atmel microcontrollers are setting records for low power consumption with a target battery lifespan measured in decades. These are the kind of innovations that could make human-powered electronics a reality in the long-term.
Intel has quietly launched its 14nm successor to Bay Trail. The new SoCs offer improved power consumption and should boost graphics performance significantly over last-gen hardware.