Before multiple-core processors can help PCs soar, the industry must solve some tricky software and hardware challenges.
Faster, cooler-running consumer PCs are coming. The key: two, four, eight, or even a hundred CPUs on a single microprocessor.
The "Viiv" PC is Intel's bid to put itself at the center of the home digital entertainment industry.
A new way to create high-quality silicon components on plastic could make flexible computing practical.
A new sensor lets photographers take pictures with one-quarter as much natural light.
Smartphones from Palm will use the Windows Mobile operating system. So is the company handing over its future to Microsoft?
A novel approach could provide denser, less expensive nano memory.
Sony BMG's disastrous use of rootkit software has taught us a valuable lesson: we're too trusting of commercial software.
The chipmaker's new CTO, Justin Rattner, talks with TR about international markets and the post-Pentium era.
Digital forensics can detect misleading cut-and-paste jobs and match a photograph to an individual camera's "fingerprint."