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A brief power outage at a Micron memory factory could increase DRAM prices in 2021

This one-hour blackout could cost big.

A look at an Intel Evo laptop: Acer Swift 5

“Marketing” and “technicality” go hand in hand when companies try to grab your money. While what’s written on the box can be technically achieved,...

Western Digital’s new ZNS SSDs is optimized for muti-tenancy

Western Digital announced the limited sampling of its new Ultrastar DC ZN540 ZNS NVMe SSDs to select customers.

Cisco updates partner program, CEO says shift to Everything-as-a-Service will be a ‘lengthy process’

Transitioning the majority of the company's portfolio to be delivered as-a-service is going to be a "lengthy process," according to Cisco's chief executive officer. Roughly...

AMD acquires Xilinx, inventor of FPGA, for $35 billion

AMD has purchased Xilinx, the semiconductor company that pioneered the first field-programmable gate array (FPGA) for US$35 billion, the biggest deal in the company's history.

Micron’s uMCP5 with LPDDR5 is ready for mass production

Micron's tiny storage and DRAM combo can bring higher performance while saving space and power.

SK Hynix acquires Intel NAND flash memory division for $9 billion

SK Hynix buys Intel's last NAND fab in China.

Looking forward to the next Samsung Note? Not so fast, source confirms

There won't be a new Note come next-gen, but the S Pen won't be going away.

D&H Canada launches two new Lenovo-focused partner programs

Lenovo is taking centre stage in D&H Canada's latest channel partner programs.

Microsoft announces the affordable Surface Laptop Go and a refreshed Surface Pro X

Microsoft releases the affordable Surface Laptop Go and updates the Surface Pro X with its second-generation processor.

Dell refreshes XPS 13 and XPS 13 2-in-1 laptops with faster hardware

The new Dell XPS 13 laptops get Intel 11th-Gen processors and faster RAM.

Google announces Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G smartphones

Google's new phones come with a midrange processor and big changes to the camera system.

IDC Canada survey: Digital thermometer checkpoints more popular than contact tracing among businesses

Most businesses are prioritizing digital thermometer checkpoints instead of employee contact tracing or smartphone proximity solutions, according to IDC Canada.

HP releases ProBook 600 G8 and ProBook 400 G8 business laptops

HP has refreshed its ProBook laptop series designed for the mobile enterprise. Both the ProBook 600 G8 and ProBook 400 G8 series received performance upgrades in processor and graphics.

Huawei updates MateBook X and MateBook 14 laptops

New Huawei laptop lineups use both AMD and Intel processors.

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