Beating the world
Samsung has shocked the tech press by showing off the world's first 10nm FinFET chip at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC).
Because you can never have too many arms
Ezchip is planning to put 100 ARM-based 64-bit cores into a processor which it thinks will fill a hole in the networking market.
Embed with me dinner
ARM has launched the mbed IoT Starter Kit - Ethernet Edition which connects directly into IBM's Bluemix cloud platform.
Undermining users' security
PrivDog ad-blocker software, which claims to block adverts and replace them with those from trusted sources, turns out to have been based on Superfish.
Stop saying you are sick online
US sites which offer medical advice are tracking queries, sending the sensitive data to third party corporations, even shipping the information directly to the insurance brokers who monitor credit scores.
All phones can be tracked
New research shows that phones can be tracked without using their GPS or wi-fi data by studying their power use over time.
Never looked natural in the first place
Intel has announced that it will move away from Silicon for its future chip making processes.
Getting more serious about GPU drivers
AMD appears to be getting more serious about its GPU drivers and is hiring a CPU performance engineer to speed things up.
Your iPhone is a Samsung
It looks like Samsung has buried the hatchet with Apple and has gone back to the days when the iPhone was mostly made from its parts.