Intel's Tri-Gate transistors usher in the next era of Moore's Law and open the door to a new generation of innovation.
While interviewing Bill Gates, Jimmy Fallon suddenly realizes that perhaps it isn't a great idea to have his Mac visible on his desk.
Microsoft's co-founder plans to release a new book entitled "Idea Man: A Memoir by the Cofounder of Microsoft." And his recollection of events involving Bill Gates isn't too glowing.
Microsoft's chairman tells CNET's Ina Fried he is excited to once again have a public online presence and plans to post new items to his Web site several times a week.
Kinder capitalism begins with open source.
The chipmaker is putting more emphasis now on system-on-a-chip tech, which is used widely in smartphones and tablets, where the company's largely been absent.
The energy-efficient fifth-generation Core chips will enable fanless laptops that can be converted into tablets, and a handful of them are on the way.
New chips based on the 22-nanometer designs will run at a lower voltage and with lower power leakage, in an effort to improve both performance and energy efficiency.
Intel's Haswell processor is first and foremost about power savings. Here's how the chipmaker got a serious battery life boost.
Can't wait for an Ivy Bridge system running the next version of Microsoft's OS? Be patient.