The World’s Most Powerful Supercomputer Is Still in China

What the top American machine lacks in raw power, it makes up for in efficiency.

Don’t Get Too Excited About GlobalFoundries and Apple — At Least, Not Just Yet

A subcontracting deal may be in the offing.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Costs $237 to Build, Teardown Analysis Shows

Samsung buys a lot of components from itself.

HP Pins Big Hopes on Today’s Launch of Project Moonshot

Can a tiny server help turn HP around?

Intel: Trust Us! We’ve Got Mobile Devices on Lockdown … Next Year.

Wait, wait! It’s coming! Just be patient.

How Obama or Romney Should Have Answered the iPad Question

When CNN’s Candy Crowley asked why iPad and iPhones can’t be made in America, here is what one of the candidates — either one — should have said in response.

Ahead of Big Meeting With Analysts, Another “Sell” Rating Appears on HP Shares

With less than a week to go before a key update from HP management, one analyst loses confidence in HP’s turnaround prospects.

Apple Poised to Unseat Intel as Top Mobile Chip Company [Updated]

Apple is now the world’s second-largest mobile chip company. By year’s end, it could be the first.

Seven Questions for ARM CEO Warren East

In an interview, the British chip design firm’s CEO talks about its unique business model, and some of the more unusual places its chips are showing up.

Who Says Intel Is Weak? Just Look at Those Crazy Numbers!

Think Intel is a has-been? The numbers tell a different story: It is at the height of its powers.