Ready for a bevy of more exotic-sounding codenames from AMD? Well, have a seat, as the maker of everyone's favorite APUs just revealed its roadmap extending through 2013. And folks, it's quite the doozy. But before we delve into its technical intricacies (which you'll find tucked after the break), we'll begin with some general takeaways.
If there was any doubt left that Tesla is serious about self-driving car tech , it all but disappeared this week. The company has confirmed to Electrek that it recently hired processor design veteran Jim Keller to lead its Autopilot hardware engineering team.
Bonanni had been an executive vice president at Amgen, a biopharmaceutical company in Thousand Oaks, California.Theranos just made some major changes to its company. On Wednesday, the blood-testing startup said that Sunny Balwani, the company's president and chief operating officer, is stepping down and retiring.
Starboard Value, the activist investor currentlypressuring Yahoo executives to make big changes to save the company, is reportedly planning a moveto dump Yahoo's entire board, The Wall Street Journal reports .
Watch Ben as he tackles the challenge of soldering the main processing chips of an Atari 2600 into a new configuration. In this episode, he'll Introduce concepts and tricks such as the optimal layout of wiring between chips, what to do with dry joints and how to lay out passive components between pins on a piece of strip board. It's almost hypnotic.
In order to protect the integrity of the process we are not going to comment further on things like timing and or particular offers," Mayer said.ButStarboard Value CEO Jeffrey Smith said that integrity is exactly why the firm isrunning aYahoo CEO Marissa Mayer refused to share many details around the company's sales process during its earnings call on Tuesday.
A 12-cylinder Ferrari might not be the obvious choice for a family car, but the Italian supercar company believes it might have a four-seater wildcard. The Ferrari GTC4Lusso combines its odd name with some fairly awkward proportions, but that shooting-brake style rear is vital to accommodate the 2+2 cabin that a grand tourer needs.
Tell me if this sounds familiar: Apple, looking to broaden its appeal, takes an existing high-end device and squeezes its important bits into a smaller, familiar-looking body. That was the case with the iPhone SE, and at first glance, that appears to be true of the 9.7-inch iPad Pro as well; it seems like last year's iPad Pro in the body of an iPad Air 2.
he CEO of Priceline Group, Darren Huston, has stepped down because of a "personal conduct issue," according to a release from the company. "Mr. Huston resigned following an investigation overseen by independent members of the Board of Directors of the facts and circumstances surrounding a personal relationship that Mr.
It appears that some of my fellow tech reviewers tested the new MacBook in something other than this new rose-gold color. I happen to have the pink version, as you can see, and I'm glad for that: This is Apple's first rose-gold Mac, and there's news value there. If I'm honest, though, this is not the color I would have purchased for myself.
BMW is promising a flagship electric car for 2021, bringing autonomous driving and all-new cabin design under the banner "i NEXT". The tech-filled vehicle roadmap was revealed by Harald Krger, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG, amid praise for the company's electric car momentum, though he did caution that the path to fully self-driving cars still had plenty of potholes to navigate.
Just because most of Acer 's recent product reveals might be centered around Windows laptops, but that doesn't make its other announced items less interesting, like this newest iteration of the company's Android Iconia Tab 10. It has actually been a while since Acer put out a brand new Iconia Tab, so it rightfully splurged on this one.
Apple had an extraordinarily busy 2015. Most of its efforts were focused on hardware and software rather than niche initiativeslike CarPlay or HomeKit—we got new kinds of Macs, a new kind of iPad, and an iPhone with a couple of twists.
Yahoo has announced what it calls an “aggressive strategic plan” that will narrow down its focus and, more importantly for staff, result in a massive round of layoffs. CEO Marissa Mayer said she believes the new plan will “enable us to accelerate Yahoo’s transformation,” but many remain doubtful in light of the company's longstanding struggles.
To say the Tesla Model 3 has been hotly anticipated is an understatement, and last night's unveiling in Los Angeles reached Apple-levels of excitement. CEO Elon Musk is still playing many of the details close to his chest, but after taking a brief ride in one of the latest prototypes, I do know a little more about the $35k electric car that could give the auto industry a serious shake-up.
Finally Samsung can breathe a little easier. After years and countless quarters of depressing financial results, the company is finally reporting an upward turn, at least for its first quarter earnings. Its strategies may be finally paying off and though it is probably too early to tell if it will hold in the future, Samsung is forecasting a more positive outlook for 2016.
HTC had stopped listening, but it learned its lesson with the new HTC 10 . Back in 2013 HTC unveiled the flagship One M7, and was widely praised for its unibody design, purposefully different approach to phone photography, and overall user-experience.
Has Intel finally thrown in the towel in the smartphone market? It seem so. As part of the company's comprehensive reforms, which also saw 11% of its worforce get pink slips, Intel has revealed the immediate cancellation of two of its current and still coming products: the SoFIA platform and the next gen Broxton chips.
Mobile World Congress 2016 is coming to a close, and this year it's been more than just smartphones making their pitch as virtual reality in all shapes and sizes carve out a chunk of the mobile space. Devices and platforms that blur the distinction between what's real and what's digital are finally - with the help of potent processors and innovative hardware - reaching the point where they're.