60 Minutes recently had Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger on to discuss the current global chip shortage and its domestic implications. He spelled out just how dire the situation is for the U.S., given its dependency on Asia.
A special glimpse inside Microsoft is offered in a new interview with the company's chief accessibility officer Jenny Lay-Flurrie. Lay-Flurrie offers fresh insights regarding accessibility and what Microsoft's doing to help.
A few days ago, a Windows Central poll went up asking if you'll prefer to shop at the Microsoft Store or Steam for your PC games once Microsoft starts giving developers a bigger cut of sales revenue starting August 1, 2021. The results are surprising!
Intel mentioned big plans just a few weeks ago to up its game amid the global semiconductor shortage. The company is putting its money where its (spokesperson's) mouth is and is spending to make those plans a reality.
Jezby Ventures' Octave Klaba has now acquired Blade. That means it also controls Shadow, the service that lets you rent a PC via a remote server, allowing you to use it via your phone, tablet, or weaker PC, all via the cloud.
AMD is increasing its presence in laptops, but it still struggles against Intel despite its advanced core performance. It's not a conspiracy; it's just Intel does more for OEMs than AMD does, as demonstrated this week with Samsung.
Microsoft Teams is working on a new, community-requested feature. It'll give you the ability to schedule a meeting for automatic recording, in case you're worried about forgetting to manually initiate it.