A leaked processor roadmap provides a first clue about the schedule of AMD's upcoming Trinity APUs.
Intel has officially nuked rumors about plans to re-brand its Atom chips.
AMD's Products Group General Manager Rick Bergman has resigned. Meanwhile, former Comcast senior vice president of engineering Paul Struhsaker has signed on with AMD's new commercial business division.
IHS today said that it expects chip sales to climb by an "anemic" 2.9 percent to $313.3 billion in 2011. Last month, IHS had issued a forecast of 4.6 percent growth.
Gartner is concerned about high levels of inventory in the chip industry.
PC vendors and manufacturers say that Intel needs to cut CPU prices if it expects them to stay within the sub-$1000 ultrabook price range.
Nvidia's Kal-El chip's been touted as a quad-core solution, but we've found an additional core that will give the four others some needed companionship.
Intel's Haswell to enable real all-day computing.
McAfee's DeepSAFE tech will keep an eye on memory and processor activity in real time, rooting out sneaky malware before they dump their payload.
Future versions of Google's Android Os will support Intel's Atom E-Series SoCs, both of which is expected to arrive in devices sometime during the first half of 2012.
Definitely not achieved using air cooling.
With the recent announcement of Intel's Sandy-Bridge-E's pending release date, we get some much welcome word that the FX-Series ("Bulldozer") is coming soon, with the CPUs going up for pre-order.
It's always interesting to get hands-on time with unreleased hardware. We were recently able to benchmark Intel's upcoming Core i7-3960X CPU, comparing it to Core i7-990X, Core i7-2600K, and AMD's Phenom II X6....
A patent filing details IBM's plans to take the building blocks of the Sequoia supercomputer to a performance level of 100 PFlop/s.
AMD's new leader has some work to do.
Intel looks to be pushing the release of the Sandy Bridge-E to mid to late November (Nov. 15 - Nov. 27).
The A4-3300 and the A4-3400 APUs for desktops are now available, starting at a mere $70 USD.
AMD has announced the shipments of the x86 “Bulldozer” architecture... unfortunately for the masses, it is the Opteron server based processors and not the Zambezi (FX Series) desktop processors.
Over the holiday weekend, Intel released 16 new "Sandy Bridge" processors (11 desktop and five mobile), along with price cuts to existing "Sandy Bridge" chips.
AMD FX-Series' final specifications revealed on Gigabyte's AM3+ - AMD 990FX - GA-990FXA-UD7 (rev. 1.0) CPU support list.
Newly-appointed AMD CEO Rory Read recently told employees that the company needs to become a predator.
A 250 nm Pentium III processor may not be the most interesting piece of hardware anymore, at least if you depend on running such an antique in your computer.
Intel's new Sandy Bridge-E Xeon Models Listed...
AMD revealed that it will paying its new CEO Rory Read a base salary of $1 million, the highest base salary for an AMD CEO in the company's history.
AMD now has a new president and CEO: Rory P. Read, Lenovo's ex-COO
The highly anticipated prequel to the game that started it all, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is now available. We take a close look at this intriguing title, the first to offer in-game morphological anti-aliasing...