Windows 10 has a bug with system restore which happens to be a show-stopper that prevents your PC from even booting up, although fortunately there's action you can take to get around this.
A reader at the TechPowerUp forums reportedly stumbled on a mysterious AMD Radeon RX 640 graphics card during a routine installation of the AMD Radeon Adrenalin Edition 19.4.3 graphics driver. Additionally, there were also mention of the AMD Radeon 630, Radeon 625 and Radeon 620.
We're less than two weeks away from the official debut of AMD's highly anticipated Zen 2 7nm based Ryzen 3000 series processors and today we've got another exciting leak.
Foldable screen technology might be unproven in smartphones, but that hasn't stopped companies from integrating them into even larger products.
TUM_APISAK, a very well respected leaker in the hardware scene, has tweeted the alleged specifications for AMD's upcoming Ryzen 3000-series 16-core processor, which is based on the Zen 2 processor microarchitecture and 7nm process node.
Intel Unveils Process Roadmap, 10nm Shipping in June 2019, 7nm in 2021 - Intel 7nm Xe GPUs For Datacenter in 2021, 10nm Xe Consumer GPUs in 2020May 11, 2019
Intel has just unveiled their latest process roadmap which confirms the launch of their 10nm node based products in 2019 and introduction of their next-gen 7nm node based products in 2021.
Frontier supercomputer will have 1.5 exaflops of computing power
At CES 2019, Intel announced plans to help develop next-generation ultrabooks, code-named "Project Athena." Now, with Project Athena Open Labs, Intel's throwing open its doors to help make that vision a reality.
AMD's Ryzen 3000 CPUs are just around the corner, but you don't have to wait for the latest and greatest processors to get a great deal on a new chip.
Gamers on a strict budget can finally get a taste of the improvements found in Nvidia's Turing GPU architecture.
Sharp is starting to make more moves with Toshiba's computer business, which Sharp acquired for $36 million last year.
JOLED this week started construction of a new manufacturing facility that will be used to make displays using printed OLED technology.
A whopping 71 percent of Americans don't trust autonomous cars to drive them around, according to a new survey by AAA. And it looks like the most famous man in America stands with the 71 percent. President Donald Trump has said, "I don't trust some computer to drive me around," according to a new report from Axios.
Even though the government shutdown ended more than a month and a half ago, we're still feeling its effects. That's because, despite HP issuing an expansion for a battery recall back in January, the notice wasn't posted to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) website until earlier this week due to the...
Dark mode can make software easier on the eye, give you a refreshing change from the norm, and even save on battery life if you're using an OLED display--here are all the apps and platforms offering the option of a dark mode right now, and how to enable it in each case.
The algorithms guarding our inboxes have now developed to the stage that spam is usually kept at bay, but these auto-sorting processes aren't perfect yet--if you're not regularly opening up your spam folder to check on your email provider's accuracy, you could well be missing some genuinely useful messages that you...
You may think that your Xbox One or PS4 controller will always stay faithful to the console it's paired with, but that's not always the case. Thanks to the wonders of Bluetooth and other wireless technologies, you can actually use these input devices with Windows and macOS as well--and the setup isn't too difficult...
One of the more annoying situations you can encounter is a desktop or laptop that takes forever to load. It gets there eventually, but one of the surest signs that something has gone wrong is when your system takes a lot longer to boot into Windows or macOS than ever before--especially if you're waiting minutes, not...
There comes a time in every Windows user's life when things start to feel slower. Perhaps you've been installing and uninstalling a ton of applications, or you've been mucking around with obscure Windows settings (or worse, the registry). Maybe you even decided to live life on the wild side, like me, and signed up for...