AMD staying out of the smartphone chip war, for now.
This ARM could be ready for server use.
Smartphones and tablets are going to get a lot more powerful next year.
This is the eight-core version of Bulldozer.
AMD technology behind Grindhouse style movies.
Opteron and FirePro were the tools behind the film.
It's easy to get caught up in the daily grind: benchmarking, writing, editing, and answering what sometimes seems like hundreds of emails. But at the end of the day, all of the work is for you. It's about time...
Intel adds another specialty into its stable.
Intel's best attempt at IGPs yet.
The Intel Atom to soon be the smartphone processor of choice?
Those if you with dirty minds should probably open the private browsing window first.
An interesting collection of firms have invested in a new ARM licensee targeting the data center.
Sorry, this new 5.2 GHz processor wasn't designed for your desktop.
RIM's newest phone carries quite the bill of materials.
Company stresses energy efficiency and performance over competitors HP and Oracle.
That'd be decacore.
Intel's Paul Otellini predicts that the "next big thing" won't happen in the States unless government policies change.
Microsoft and IBM beat Intel and AMD in designing a CPU and GPU combo chip.
3DNow! has become 3DNo More!
Netbooks to get a little bit more capable thanks to an additional CPU core.
Ahead of its most significant processor redesign since 2003, AMD is talking about its Bulldozer and Bobcat architectures, both of which are expected in 2011. Will AMD be able to catch up, or even surpass...
AMD has ever so quietly updated its CPU pricing list, dropping the price on several of its processors. But which ones, you ask? Well, read on to find out.
Chrome OS tablet rumors are nothing new, however, a new report carries some interesting details about a Chrome OS tablet that's supposedly launching in November.
Intel getting NAS-ty!
The next-generation Intel Core...core.