After selling its x86 server line to Lenovo, IBM is reportedly shopping its semiconductor business and has hired Goldman Sachs to search for suitors. It could be IBM's biggest strategy shift in years.
Facing no revenue growth this year, the world's biggest chipmaker, Intel, has announced it is cutting its staff by some 5 percent -- or about 5,350 of its global workforce of 107,000 employees.
IBM remains the king of new U.S. patents. According to a new tabulation, the venerable computing company once again beats out Samsung, Sony, Microsoft and Apple with nearly 7,000 patents last year alone.
AMD has rolled out what it is calling its most developer-friendly and advanced performance accelerated processing units to date, with features that deliver "superior” compute experiences.
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