Intel posted better than expected revenues for Q4 2019, but 2020 will be a...

Intel recently regained its title as the world's largest semiconductor vendor measured by revenue, after Samsung experienced a significant dip in sales due to an oversupply of DRAM and NAND chips, coupled with lackluster demand. But more importantly, demand for Intel's server processors is very strong and the company is selling Xeons like hotcakes to tech giants looking to bolster their data centers. Intel reported impressive earnings for Q4 2019, with revenue growing 8 percent year-over-year to $20.2 billion.

Lenovo issues driver and firmware updates for ThinkPads with faulty USB-C ports

If you own a ThinkPad laptop that's experiencing connectivity issues over its USB-C port, chances are that it suffers from a corrupted firmware issued by the company in August last year.

Lenovo issues driver and firmware updates for ThinkPads with faulty USB-C ports

If you own a ThinkPad laptop that's experiencing connectivity issues over its USB-C port, chances are that it suffers from a corrupted firmware issued by the company in August last year.

Graphics stalwart Matrox collaborates with Nvidia on new video card series

Matrox is a name that longtime hardware folks are likely familiar with. The company launched its first graphics card in the late 70s and tried its hand at consumer-focused 3D accelerators in the mid-90s. Unfortunately, its offerings often fell short in comparison to similar products from Nvidia and ATI.

Intel Tiger Lake NUCs spotted in new leak, might include Xe graphics

The next generation of Intel NUCs - codenamed Panther Canyon and Phantom Canyon - may have been spotted by the folks at FanlessTech. The new series will reportedly replace the current NUC 10 Performance and NUC 10 Extreme, and include a few specs that Intel may not be ready to talk about on official channels.

Xbox Series X port selection revealed in alleged leaks

Last month, we came to know that the Xbox Series X was out in the wild, and one had become Phil Spencer's primary console at home. Shortly afterward, we got our first look at the console and came to know its official name during the Game Awards.

Guy converts luggage case into a liquid-cooled gaming PC, calls it the 'Nuclear Football'

Unlike the original briefcase accompanying the US president, this Nuclear Football is more likely to set off an atomic bomb in Fallout 76 rather than authorizing one in the real world. Its creator, who goes by the name of 'thegarbz' on Reddit, goes into detail on how his traveling routine led to the creation of this custom-built PC.

AMD Zen 3 microcode surfaces in Linux kernel

Renown hardware leaker @Komachi_Ensaka spotted lines of code that appear to detail EDAC (Error Detection and Correction) for AMD's Family 19h processors -- family 19h refers to AMD's Zen 3-based chips -- the current-gen Zen 2 is Family 17h, and the new Linux patch mentions those as well.

Radeon RX 5600 XT with new vBIOS boost shows impressive new benchmark scores

Then, we learned that AMD pushed out a new vBIOS to its AIB partners as a response to Nvidia's price cuts on the RTX 2060 in what's been a back and forth volley between the two companies at the $300 price point.

AMD's Lisa Su doubles down on 'Big Navi' and Zen 3 for 2020

"I’ve heard a little bit through Twitter and Reddit that people are wondering about, you know, Big Navi. I can say you're gonna see Big Navi in 2020. There might be few people wondering about Zen 3 as well, and I can tell you that Zen 3 is doing really well, we are excited about it, and I look forward talking about that later in 2020," said Su.

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