Four Excavator x86 CPU cores
AMD has announced that its 7th-generation A-Series Bristol Ridge microprocessors are shipping to PC makers.
Apparently people have not given up on 3D printing after all
General Electric wants to buy two European 3D printing groups, in a sign that the technology is really still with us after all.
Software King of the World, Microsoft is working with appliance maker Liebherr to build an intelligent fridge.
Bork, Bork, Bork
Swedish ISP Bahnhof has attacked a copyright troll hoping to make a swift buck out of pirates.
Turned down its own elite engineer
Fruity tax-dodger Apple has found itself in the middle of an age discrimination row after it turned down a 54-year-old to work as one of its pixies at an Apple store.
No programmer support
The Open Saucy alternative to Microsoft Office is in trouble because it can't find enough programmers to develop it.
But says it was a “public service”
Tsar Vladimir Putin has denied that his elite team of hackers were behind the hack of the Democratic Party, but does say who ever did it was carrying out a public service.
Changes in job adverts
Intel may have delayed the arrival of its 7 nm processing technology until 2022.
New benchmarks released
AMD is continuing to build up expectations for its new Zen-based Naples proccessor.