Samsung announces '10nm-class' LPDDR5
Aims at smartphones, AI.
Commissioned by AMD, naturally.
Partners with suppliers for 1GW of energy.
Microsoft's COO has compared the iPhone 4 to Windows Vista, due to major issues at launch.
The secretive National Security Agency has described its part in helping Microsoft improve security in its latest version of Windows - which should worry conspiracy theorists.
Win7 is finally, officially here - and its pre-order run has been one of the most successful in Amazon's history, outselling the last Harry Potter.
Joe, ever afraid of losing touch with his oldest games, tests more than 60 games on Microsoft's new Windows 7, including a bunch of indie and Steam-based games. Does Deus Ex work on Windows 7? We find out if Windows 7 is the ultimate gaming OS.
COMPUTEX 09: Microsoft has announced Windows 7's release date - it's not too far from earlier reports.
Microsoft has made Service Pack 2 available for Windows Vista and Server 2008 - grab the installers within if you need 'em.
Microsoft has been ordered to pay $200 million in damages for infringing on patents owned by Canadian company i4i.
Microsoft reveals reveals that its Windows Genuine Advantage system will be replaced with Windows Activation Technologies in Windows 7 and Vista.
Microsoft reveals that it plans to disable AutoRun on writeable media, though CDs and DVDs will be unaffected.
Windows Vista Service Pack 2 has been released to manufacturers, with a public release planned for later this quarter.
Microsoft Office 14 is due to ship in both 32-bit and 64-bit editions, according to a code snipped discovered in the 32-bit beta release by tester Ed Bott.
Sega has confirmed that it's upcoming RTS for PC and consoles, Stormrise, will be a Vista exclusive on PCs.
Microsoft has given Nvidia's low cost Ion platform Windows Vista WHQL certification. Nvidia expects the first Ion-based products to be released this summer.
According to a draft of the Windows 7 Technical Guarantee Program, Microsoft looks set to offer a free upgrade to certain Vista users.
Microsoft has released the list of what patches to expect this Tuesday, and there's just a single entry - an unknown flaw marked as 'Critical'.
A little-known networking company has been granted a patent on live-updated icons - and is, surprise surprise, looking for damages from Microsoft, Apple, and Google.
With Microsoft making the Windows Vista Service Pack 2 beta available on Friday, we check out how the new service pack will likely perform when it's officially released next year.
Microsoft has released its monthly Patch Tuesday updates, and there are six fixes for security holes rated as 'Critical' covering Windows, Internet Explorer, and Office.
Microsoft has made a public beta available for Windows Vista Service Pack 2, which includes security rollups, Blu-ray support, and better power management.
Another security flaw has been discovered in Windows Vista, this time allowing for a buffer overflow in the networking subsystem to overwrite kernel memory.
Attendees of the Microsoft Professional Developer's Conference were treated to a preview of the new user interface functionality destined for Windows 7.
Microsoft's Mike Nash has announced that Windows 7 will be known as Windows 7, which sparks a return to the good old days.
A flaw in the ASPI driver bundled with iTunes 8 saw Vista users BSODing each time an iPod was connected, but Apple has since released a working update.
Microsoft launched a compatibility database for Windows Vista yesterday revealing that 18 months after launch users are still struggling with the new OS.
Microsoft has decided to continue supporting Windows XP until 2014, and will actively encourage business users to 'downgrade' from Vista.
COMPUTEX 2008: Silverstone has a nice sideshow device that might actually make you want one - functional, elegant and very sexy.
Microsoft is moving to stop the growth of the Linux OS in the ULPC market with cut-price XP Home offered to manufacturers of devices like the Eee PC.
Microsoft quietly re-introduced the long-awaited Service Pack 3 for Windows XP yesterday after a compatibility bug resulted in its rapid removal in April.
Microsoft has missed its 29th April deadline for offering Windows XP Service Pack 3 without an MSDN subscription due to a conflict with their Retail Management System software.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has said that the software giant may re-evaluate its plans to stop shipping Windows XP on 30th June if demand from customers is there.
Microsoft has announced the availability of two new exclusive Extras for its flagship Windows Vista Ultimate OS - but don't get too excited.