Mercury Research's latest CPU market report is nothing but bad news for Intel, as x86 CPU shipments plummet and AMD ascends.
Stories by Michael Crider
Windows 8.1 support will officially end next year, with notifications starting in July.
There's no denying that Windows 11 adoption isn't where Microsoft would like it to be but alarmingly low adoption rates don't hold up to scrutiny.
Office pirates started finding something new in their software: An enticingly huge discount on a Microsoft 365 subscription.
Users of Microsoft's first-party cloud storage are going to get a less-than-gentle nudge to upgrade to a newer operating system early next year.
For computers that run both an Intel 4th-gen Core processor and uses integrated graphics, users might encounter a headache when upgrading.
The leaders of the technology world believe it'll be almost a year (at the very least) before the market sees relief from the current supply crunch.
PC users are all in a tizzy about the new Windows 11 that just dropped but don't forget, Microsoft is still supporting Windows 10 until at least 2025.
As production on graphics cards to automobiles slows to a grind due to the ongoing chip shortage, even the Raspberry Pi isn't unscathed.