Qualcomm has introduced two new quad-core Snapdragon SoCs for high-volume smartphones.
Think you're pretty snazzy because your integrated graphics core plays mainstream games at 1280x720? We're on to bigger and better things, like modern titles at 1920x1080. Can AMD's Trinity architecture push...
Desktop-bound Trinity APUs are shipping to OEMs, but they won't show up in the channel for months. Nevertheless, we got our hands on three upcoming models. How does Piledriver fare? What about VLIW4 graphics?...
We update our first look at AMD's A6, A8, and A8 Trinity-based APUs with numbers from an A8-3870K, Core i3-2100, and Core i3-2105. The new results give us a much better idea of how the upcoming architecture...
Intel has confirmed that it will be adding LTE support in future Atom smartphone SoCs.
Texas Instruments is shifting its primary focus away from the mobile sector and navigating its OMAP line towards the embedded processing business (updated to reflect a response from TI).
One of Intel's most popular platforms since the LGA 775 processors has now fully entered into its discontinuation phase, so let's bid farewell to Sandy Bridge.
IBM has clarified the architecture of the Espresso processor in the upcoming Wii U console.
Rather than just more raw performance, computers are likely to go down a path of much greater integration in the future.
Developers still haven't figured out how to best utilize the Wii U's CPU, says Dynasty Warriors producer Akihiro Suzuki.
Though the "official" release has not been made by AMD, it didn't stop the pricing and preorders from pop up on shopblt.com.
AMD's next-generation A-series APUs is geraing up for launch.
Slowly but surely, there is more information about Apple's A6 SoC trickling down the pipe.
One year ago, we took a look at three generations of Intel's vPro, charting how its features evolved. Now, we have a new version to explore. Additionally, we're putting Anti-Theft technology to the test, along...
An article published by Digitimes suggests that Intel will position four low-end processors to defend the entry-level market in early 2013.
Semiconductor contract manufacturer Globalfoundries announced its vision of future mobile chips and confirmed that it will be offering a 20 nm process in 2013 and 14 nm in 2014.
A report coming out of Taiwan suggests that Medfield is "struggling" against the ARM processor manufacturers.
Intel's Atom S processor has made a first appearance in processor specification tables.
Michael Rayfield, the former man in charge of Nvidia's mobile business, is now employed by memory maker Micron.
AMD has confirmed another high profile departure.
Sean Maloney, executive vice president and chairman of Intel China, will retire from Intel in January, the company announced today.
Intel's latest WiDi technology will allow content to be passed from one device to another directly using a Wi-Fi connection -- no wires or network needed.
If you had invested your money in AMD in June, you would have lost about 30 percent. Had you invested in Gamestop, you would have made about 25 percent and hold shares of a company that is now valued higher...
Nvidia has confirmed that Mike Rayfield, vice president and general manager of the company's Mobile business unit, has resigned.
Phone will launch in UK, France, Germany, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico to start with.
Thomas Seifert is the latest and last C-level executive of the "old" AMD of the Dirk Meyer and Hector Ruiz era to leave the processor manufacturer.