Fossil has put the Q Founder, its first Android Wear smartwatch, on sale. The watch costs $295 in the U.S., and has a traditional style to it, along with comprehensive fitness tracking and other fun features.
The Top 500 rankings are a fun way to gauge which countries boast the most powerful rigs in the world. While the U.S. still has the most supercomputers in service, China's TIanhe-2 remains the fastest in the world.
Although Skylake did not exactly blow the doors off of the CPU industry, it provided a reasonable bump in all the right places. Kaby Lake looks to do the same while adding native support for USB 3.1 and expanding PCIe support.
Intel is looking to proliferate its new Skylake CPUs in just about every piece of hardware it offers, including its NUC micro-PCs. It's now debuted four new designs, each sporting Skylake hardware, M.2 storage and DDR4 memory.
If you're thinking of upgrading your CPU, Intel is offering Just Cause 3, CS:GO, and in-game credit for World of Warships with Haswell Core i7 chips. They're still fairly expensive, but this deal takes a bit of the hurt off.
Mobile network FreedomPop will launch a Wi-Fi smartphone next year, that shuns network connectivity in favor of Wi-Fi networks to provide calls, messages, and data. Here's everything you need to know about it.
American watchmaker Fossil has announced four wearables earlier today, including two fitness trackers for men and women, a wearable watch and an Android Wear smartwatch, all running on Intel technology.
Intel may be fracturing its relationship with Micron, as it looks set to start producing its own memory by retooling its Dalian, China manufacturing facility. There it will produce chips for new 3D NAND and 3D Xpoint drives.