Intel formally announced its 11th Gen Core mobile processor family, known by the code name Tiger Lake, a few weeks ago and made some bold performance claims. Now the benchmarks are out and suggest that Intel's claims might have legs.
After nine and a half years
Nintendo has discontinued its 3DS handheld after about 76 million sales over a nine-and-a-half year period.
Grew out of the Firefox test programme
Big cheeses at the Mozzarella foundation have killed off two legacy services that grew out of the Firefox Test Pilot programme: Firefox Send and Firefox Notes.
All based on R&D
The Chinese have made a sudden entry in the the top 20 super capacitor maker rankings in just a decade.
CompTIA sets the record straight
CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the global technology industry, has released a new free educational resource on blockchain that dispels myths and misunderstandings about a technology that has the potential to transform the way businesses and industries operate.
€37,990 for the standard version
Aiways has started taking online orders for its U5 all-electric SUV. German customers can now order a U5 from www.ai-ways.eu, and become among the first in Europe to own an all-electric 410-kilometer range SUV.
It is trying to stop us making lots of cash
The Fruity Cargo Cult Apple has asked a court to reject Epic Games' latest bid to get Fortnite back on the App Store, saying the game maker is acting as "a saboteur, not a martyr" in its challenge to Apple's payment system.
Pay up or we will continue to move overseas
The US chip industry has said that it will need $50 billion in federal incentives to halt a decades-long trend of manufacturing moving overseas.
ZDNET finds some details
ZDNET has uncovered some details about Microsoft's "MetaOS" which was first leaked last year.