WWDC 2020 Part 4: Apple’s Custom Silicon—How It Works and What It Means

As we previously reported, Tim Cook announced what many had predicted: The Mac is officially moving to Apple’s custom silicon.

Taking a Page From Apple, Google Is Working On Its Own Chips

Google is working on its own ARM-based chips to power its Pixel line of smartphones and help it better compete with Apple.

Apple Moving to ARM Processors by 2021

It appears Apple is finally ready to begin making the move to ARM processors, with models expected to start showing up in late 2020 or early 2021.

Intel Dealing With Zombieland Flaw For Third Time

For the third time in a year, Intel is preparing to release a patch to address two microarchitectural data sampling (MDS) flaws, also known as Zombieland flaws. According to the company’s blog post, of these two new issues, one is…

Intel Reaffirms ‘Maniacal’ Focus On Fixing Processor Shortage

Digital Trends is reporting that Intel has reaffirmed its “maniacal” efforts to fix its processor supply shortage. Intel has been struggling for some time to keep up with demand, specifically for its 10nm processors. The ongoing shortage has prompted Dell—historically…

iPad Pro Potentially Hitting Markets in 2014

With the dawn of a new year comes ever-constant speculation from tech websites about what the newest gizmos and gadgets will be for the upcoming year. Thus far, most rumors point toward the excitement of a potential iPad Pro, rumored…

CES 2012: Nvidia Talks Up Tablets, Android As The Future

Nvidia, makers of fine PC video cards, have found a new future in mobile processing. Nvidia used their CES keynote to push the Tegra 3 quad-core processor and Ice Cream Sandwich operating system as the future of tablets and smartphones.…

Photonic Chips, Light To Replace Electricity In Our Microchips

Right now, as you’re reading this, all kinds of electronic processes are running in your computer to make sure the information you desire is showing up on your monitor. What you might not know is that electricity isn’t the most…