AMD, Intel's faded rival in the PC and server microprocessor market, has shown signs that its turnaround might be gathering pace following an 18 per cent rise in revenues in the first quarter. The company...
Dr Andrew Fearnside, senior associate attorney specialising in quantum technology at patent law firm Mewburn Ellis LLP, outlines the latest investments in quantum computing, explains how it all works and why we should be excited
Critical infrastructure and systems such as GPS rely on time-keeping mechanisms that are far too easily subverted or prone to error
The supercomputer will be the second most powerful in Japan and sixth most powerful worldwide
The new cards provide 'up to double' the performance of AMD's previous-gen flagship cards
After looking at the history of the mainframe, how you're using it, why you might replace it and how to do so, we're now asking - how do you bring it all together?