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CPUs serve as the heart and soul of your desktop, notebook, and tablet. But with so many devices, power budgets, and performance requirements, it’s not always easy to pick the right hardware. From AMD to Intel and x86 to ARM, Tom’s Hardware has you covered.
The more cores, the more hardcore.
AMD will be in more new laptops this summer than in 2009.
Intel's Atom running Chrome in Windows XP beats the Apple iPad running Safari.
Not only will this laptop be super light, but will feature a Super Charged ion Battery.
Atom was designed to be a low-cost, low-power solution, but its value in the desktop space is debatable if you consider performance. We pit the cheapest Core i3 against Intel's Atom on a performance-per-dollar...
End of the line for this specialized hardware.
Nvidia chief scientist says that everyone needs to rethink processors in order for Moore's Law to continue.
Intel plans to change the face smartphone and tablet computing.
Can you tell which is which?
ARM CEO Warren East said that ARM-based servers should appear in 2011.
Apple buys some semiconductor talent.
Overclockers to push the new Phenom II X6 as far as it can go this Friday.
HP's new theme for its Integrity line of servers is blade-based.
Hot on the heels of Intel's Core i7-980X, AMD is looking to show enthusiasts that six cores don't have to cost four digits. Starting under $200, the real question is whether the new X6s are better than the X4s...
Nvidia said that consumers should have the option to use Nvidia chipsets on low-end and mid-range systems.
ARM Holdings' CEO is playing down earlier reports that Apple could make a bid for the company.
Sounds like many HP Integrity servers will get a new chassis after living in the same box for seven years.
The cheapest server this outlet provides starts at $1324.74.
The Streak's big brother is packing Nvidia's Tegra 2.
At CeBit earlier this year, everyone was talking about the Lian Li's Spider case. With everything raised up and easily accessible, the cheesy promotional video was easily forgiven (though not forgotten, see...
AMD's first Fusion is now in the hands of AMD's customers for testing purposes.
Could Apple be switching to AMD for the next-generation of Macs?
AMD reports a net income of $257 million, marking its second quarter in a row of profit.
Steve Jobs Explains Why the 13-inch MacBook Pro doesn't have any Nehalem sweetness.
Intel reveals a little more about the next generation of processors after Nehalem.
Intel's financials looking lots better as customers ease off the Intel Atom netbook frenzy and go back to bigger chips.
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