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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.
Intel has announced that one of the company top executives will take medical leave after suffering a stroke in his home.
This Atom's running a little faster... but it could still use some outside help.
Intel comes forth and says that it too was hacked around the same time that Google was.
The daddy of 3D engines that powered Doom and Quake games gets recognized.
This nifty little square computer looks more like a fancy router.
January gave us a large refresh of AMD's sub-$150 CPU lineup. In this month's column, we have a look at the new models and note the impact pricing changes have had on our recommendations. Gone is the Pentium...
Still making money!
Fermi to spread in Spring/Summer 2010.
When it comes to overclocking, the theoretical peak for your processor is probably less interesting than a balanced efficiency increase. Thus, we went on a mission to figure out the best clock rate for Intel's...
Microsoft yesterday announced Windows Phone 7, the company's newest mobile OS. However, the company said nothing about its plans for releasing actual phones.
GeForce, transform and roll out!
A manufacturer is selling a set of 4 for a starting bid of $7000.
You want a netbook but, for some strange reason, are hankering after one that is also a tablet. Well look no further, here we have a convertible Eee PC that is said to pack Intel's Pine Trail chip.
Got a fancy new video card? Assassin's Creed II won't take notice -- but it's still a beautiful game.
What y'all wanna do? Wanna be hackers? Code crackers? Slackers? Wastin' time with all the chatroom yakkers?
It's the Intel processor for critical missions.
Intel and Nvidia hardware still leading the pack on Steam.
A final project for a senior's UA cognitive robotics class led to Intel knocking on his door with a check.
...but can you overclock it?
This could one day replace silicon to give us... LUDICROUS SPEED!
IBM will today launch its new Power7 processor along with systems based on the chip.
Dell is updating its Precision M6500 laptop systems with Intel's Core i5, USB 3.0, and a few other new options.
Businesses now have special Westmere parts made just for them.
In a press conference yesterday Intel offered a few more tidbits of information on the six-core Gulftown chips it plans to launch later this year.
My old friend…
Starting with its dual-core Clarkfield-based Core i5 processors, Intel is introducing AES New Instructions to its architecture. We've already seen great benefits from a number of synthetic benchmarks, but what...
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