Can AMD Vulnerabilities Be Used to Game the Stock Market?
A shady financial firm tried to bury and short sell AMD based on several security vulnerabilities discovered by CTS Labs. But the tactic appears to have failed.
Researchers Say AMD Processors Have Serious Vulnerabilities and Backdoors
Security researchers announced a series of 13 vulnerabilities within AMD’s RYZEN and EPYC processors that could make some data breaches even worse.
The Clever Engineering Behind Intel's Chipocalypse
When computer security collides with computer efficiency.
Spectre and Meltdown bugs: 4 things you need to know
“Probably one of the worst CPU bugs ever found.”
What Is Rapid Packed Math and How Does It Make 'Far Cry 5' Better?
Radeon's RX Vega will make extreme gaming more ... extreme.
Right Tool for the Job
GPU Makers Are Now Specifically Targeting Ethereum And Bitcoin Miners
A pair of ASUS cards with few or no display outputs and heavy-duty cooling may be just what the miners are after.
Why Intel Couldn’t Trademark Numbers Anymore
Intel’s processor business was massive, but a lengthy legal battle with a former business partner exposed a major flaw in its CPU designs—a trademark flaw.
Just 3 Months In, AMD’s Ryzen Is Already Shaking Up PC Gaming
We haven’t seen a real battle over performance and value in the CPU market in ages, but Ryzen is changing that.
An Idiot’s Guide to Building an Ethereum Mining Rig
Let us hash.
PC Gaming Is Still Way Too Hard
Getting into PC gaming involves blood, sweat, and tears.
You'll Sleep When You're Dead
Why Computers Must Sleep
Sleep modes should be an easy way to save energy, but they have a long way to go.
'Batman: Arkham Knight' Is Back on Sale, and People Are Already Complaining
Warner Bros. suggest that having 12 GB of RAM might help. No duh.