Smuggler tries to sneak 239 CPUs past Chinese customs by strapping them to his body
Facepalm: One might imagine that with so many individuals caught smuggling hardware into China, people would decide it just wasn't worth the risk. But no. Not only has another person tried to avoid paying import taxes, but they also broke the record for the number of China-bound processors strapped to their body: an uncomfortable 239 CPUs, worth around $50,000.
Intel NUC 13 Pro "Arena Canyon" kits start at $340
Tech community mourns the loss of Intel co-founder Gordon Moore
Raja Koduri leaves Intel to start generative AI gaming software company
GPU Pricing Update, March 2023: Back to MSRP
With AMD and Nvidia focusing on the high-end, the graphics card market remains weak with flat demand. On the upside, price inflation is a thing of the past with abundant stock at or near the MSRP.
AMD delays Ryzen 7040HS series and Intel cancels Thunder Bay SoCs
Intel Panther Lake architecture with Celestial Xe3 iGPU leaked
Intel finalizes design for Intel 20A and Intel 18A process nodes
Opinion: Semis Top Five
Editor's take: The industry has changed a lot in the eight years since we wrote our first analysis on the top five chip companies. We anticipated semis were no longer a growth industry and the only way for companies to keep growing was to win market share (hard) or buy other companies. This is especially true in semiconductors because most of these companies outsource their manufacturing to foundries like TSMC and GlobalFoundries.
Intel is developing web video upscaling like Nvidia's, here's how to try it now
Intel Arc GPU Re-Review: New Drivers, New Performance?
Ever since Intel Arc GPUs launched, driver updates have kept coming with the promise of solid performance gains. It's now time to test those claims and see if reality matches up with the hype.
Intel might be catching up to AMD's discrete GPU market share
The computerized, cloudified 5G network is getting real
Forward-looking: One of the most famous phrases about the value of networks came from Sun Microsystems' Scott Gage in 1984 when he declared that "the network is the computer." That long-time Sun tagline referred more to the value of connecting computers together and the concept of thin clients attaching to a centralized computing infrastructure than cellular networks. Nevertheless, it remains a prescient, pithy synopsis of where the computing and telecom worlds have been headed for the last three decades.
Europe and the UK are finally receiving shipments of Intel Arc GPUs
Intel denies rumors of 3nm delays, says planned 2024 releases are on schedule
Intel demonstrates "Green PC" with 90 percent recyclability
Intel confirms Battlemage, promises great value GPUs with better performance scaling
Core i5-13400 vs. Ryzen 7 5700X: CPU & GPU Scaling Benchmark
Following our series of CPU & GPU scaling benchmarks, it's time for a comparison between Intel's new Core i5-13400 and the tried and true AMD Ryzen 7 5700X.
How Hot is Too Hot for PC Hardware?
With power limits of CPUs and graphics cards climbing ever higher, and news reports of chips hitting sky-high temperatures appearing almost weekly, it seems that now is as good a time as any to ask a simple question -- just how hot is too hot for today's PC components?
After deprecation, Intel's SGX technology is still messing with users' security
Hogwarts Legacy GPU Benchmark: 53 GPUs Tested
Hogwarts Legacy is open-world action RPG set in the Harry Potter universe. Having launched to very enthusiastic user reviews, it's time we benchmark it and we have a ton of data for you.
Intel Core i9-13950HX Review: 24 Cores, 32 Threads
Here's our first look at Intel's 13th-gen Raptor Lake mobile CPUs and we'll do that by thoroughly benchmarking the Core i9-13950HX, which is just about the fastest laptop chip that Intel has ever made.