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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 has been one of the most DARPA-critical entities among all large tech companies in the U.S.
AMD grabs the man from Apple who helped design the chips behind the iPhone, iPad, and contributed to the design of the MacBook Air.
Shih-Wei Sun, CEO of United Microelectronics (UMC), believes that there is an increasing opportunity for foundries in the area of advanced process technologies.
Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have come closer to a all-optics chip.
Tegra 3 will support the upcoming Miracast open standard for streaming media directly to compatible devices.
With the A-Series Trinity desktop APUs not set to reach retail till later this year, we are getting our first look of the FM2 Athlon II X4 processors.
Is this like teasing a sleeping giant?
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has updated its Green Power Partnership ranking of the 50 organizations that buy the most green power.
I am not jealous. I would not want to be Rory Read this week.
Researchers have found a way to enable the creation of circuitry with self-assembling rectangles.
Qualcomm's next major mobile chip.
ARM is preparing the production ecosystem for its first 64-bit processors.
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With Ivy Bridge-E not slated till sometime in 2013, Intel looks set to replace its current top-end Core i7-3960X with the Core i7-3970X just in time for the holidays.
A note posted by an AMD developer suggests that the Kabini processor, a 28 nm mobile chip that will integrate the Jaguar processing core, will support Intel's AVX instruction set, as well bit-manipulation...
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Growing demand for communications semiconductors is bailing out the chip industry from a potentially catastrophic 2012. IDC said that it expects global chip sales to climb by 4.6 percent to $315 million.
There is now an option next to the Raspberry Pi
Apple has made another high profile hire as the company convinced John Bruno to move from Canada to California.
If there is anything that AMD cannot afford these days, it is making avoidable errors that affect its product shipment and sales.
Pixelworks has said it has begun shipping a new SoC that is targeting next-generation, mainstream LCD or DLP projectors for the education, business and home theater segments.
You could soon get to use something other than messy thermal compound for CPUs and GPUs.
Intel has posted its highly anticipated Q2 quarter results, which were preceded by reports of slowing PC sales and predictions of a decelerating PC business overall.