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Today's desktop processors continue to push the performance envelope, while in the mobile space low-cost and high-efficiency processors take us ever closer to ubiquitous computing. From reviews to benchmarks, on desktops to smartphones, Tom's Hardware has the processor information you need.
Intel is getting serious about 450 nm wafers and EUV, again.
Intel may be bowing to the pressure of system vendors and reducing the price of some low-power processors to enable lower ultrabook prices.
Rumors about the successor of Trinity are beginning to surface on the Internet.
Building a quantum computer is one of the big quests in physics today. It's a path littered with obstacles, but tiny milestones are achieved almost every day by researchers around the globe.
Intel is not content with a 1.06 billion Euro (about $1.34 billion) fine it was handed by EU antitrust regulators.
A team of researchers claims to have found a way to make electronic devices far more stretchable than they are today.
There are high hopes for AMD's Piledriver FX CPUs, but Steamroller may be more interesting.
The U.S. has reclaimed dominance in the list of the 500 fastest supercomputers of the world.
Now that Intel has launched more than 30 Xeon E5-series CPUs, we felt it necessary to revisit the product family and help you sort out the company's nomenclature. We're even taking the opportunity to list out...
Futuremark has released a video of the next version of its benchmarking utility due out later this year.
Intel is reportedly preparing a more aggressive push for its smartphone processor architecture, as demand apparently has been rather limited at this time and vendors apparently believe that the company isn't...
As Intel is moving to Ivy Bridge, the company is making some room and phasing out Sandy Bridge chips.
The mystery has been solved! Or should we say revealed?
A leaked document has provided us with a heap of information about the upcoming Xbox 720.
There may be an unexpected solution for the challenge of shrinking transistor sizes.
AMD has announced a unique partnership with ARM that will see AMD incorporate ARM technology into its chips as a method of improving security.
We're live here in Bellevue, WA bringing you live updates of the latest from AMD and its partners.
Can Intel's Clover Trail turn tablets into iPad killers?
Never mind quad-core, is questioning dual-core chips with Android.
Live from Bellevue, Washington at AFDS 2012.
Given the transitional state of console gaming, the success of the Xbox 360/Kinect, and Nintendo's experiments with a new controller type, Sony will need something big for the PS4.
AMD is building up its Ultrabook rival in the form of ultrathin notebooks.
Who would have thought? This piece originally slipped by under our radar, but it is a noteworthy piece of information, especially since we now know at least one specific ARM chip that Intel is manufacturing ARM...
AMD's Trinity desktop CPUs, originally scheduled with a June introduction date, are now expected to arrive no earlier than October.
Watch out Intel and ARM.
Butter wouldn't melt in its mouth? Not quite, but Qualcomm beats out the competition in its own unique thermal efficiency test.