Don't-Miss Component Stories
Gigabyte is one of the biggest motherboard makers in the world, and we visited the company's Taiwan factory to see how they're manufactured.
Intel's answer to AMD's Threadripper are new Core i9 and Core i7 X-series chips with new overclocking capabilities and a brand-new chipset.
In Win's Winbot PC case mod is robotically controlled by your movements and designed for one thing: to take better selfies.
Six floors of PCs, components and gadgets await nerds inside Guanghua 3C mall, a central Taipei shopping wonderland.
Amazon is once again offering Logitech's popular consumer webcam at its lowest historical price.
FSP is coming to Computex with a liquid-cooled power supply for your PC.
With the Ryzen desktop chips already launched, AMD's attention is turning to the mobile and commercial PC markets with the upcoming Ryzen Mobile and Ryzen Pro chips.
Research into artificial intelligence is going gangbusters, and the frenetic pace won't let up for about five years, the head of Intel's new AI division predicts.
Sony has developed a CCD image sensor that can help autonomous cars make sense of electronic road signs and see better when transitioning between dark tunnels and daylight.
If you hate waiting for your smartphone to charge up, relief is coming soon. After some hiccups, Qualcomm's superfast charging technology, called Quick Charge 4, will be in smartphones around the middle of this year.
Apple could cut the capacity of DRAM in its upcoming anniversary iPhones with the rising prices of storage and memory components hitting its profit margins.
Amazon's offering this factory overclocked GeForce GTX 1050 Ti budget card for just $116 right now.
Anyone building a new PC should take a look at this deal on the Ryzen 7 1800X.
Microsoft and Rambus are teaming up for the next-generation memory technologies that will accompany quantum computing.
Minor relief is in sight next year, when prices of memory and NAND flash will start to gradually decline. But prices will plummet big time in 2019, said Jon Erensen, research director for semiconductors at Gartner.