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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.
AMD as well as Nvidia are being sued by Power Management Solutions over one of the most basic power management functions in integrated circuits used today.
Intel and Nissan have formed a partnership ushering a new level of intelligence into cars.
ARM is slowly but surely transitioning from a company that once few knew about into a player that is getting the attention of Intel.
Researchers at the Imperial College in London believes that magnets could be used to develop future processors with far greater processing capacity than today's CPUs.
TSMC is reportedly still having problems ramping up its 28nm production capacity.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox 720 will be on par with each other on a graphics level.
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AMD Is Now Partenering With A Leader In RTOS Software
Paul Otellini's compensation for 2011 has grown in line with Intel's gains in operating profit.
IBM scored a contract to be exploring the feasibility of an exascale computer system that is powerful enough to collect and store the data generated by the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope.
Is Intel flip-flopping on its tablet tune? I can still remember very well a concerned CEO Paul Otellini who promised that Intel would catch up on smartphones and especially tablets.
Market research firm IHS has released a list of the most likely chips to be pirated.
Nvidia has sparked some rumors that Kepler will be making its way into a future version of Tegra, possibly Tegra 4.
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Intel has found a new foundry customer. Netronome said that Intel has agreed to manufacture its flow processors using its 22 nm process.
Microsoft reportedly provided details of the next-generation Xbox to close partners.
Another former ATI employee has left the nation's second-largest CPU giant, AMD.
Qualcomm plans to take on Intel's Ultrabook and AMD's "Ultra Thin" with a new quad-core S4 chip packed into a new notebook form factor.
Intel's second microprocessor, the 8008, celebrated its 40th birthday on April 1.
Ivy Bridge sets Super Pi 1M record @ 5.187 seconds (unofficially).
Developer Dmitry Grinberg may have come close to the minimum requirements of booting the Ubuntu Linux shell.
Intel has been granted a patent which ties cooling fan speed to CPU leakage power.
Tablets based on the Tegra 3 should cost around $199 by the summer, says Nvidia.
Graphics Properties Holdings (GPH) has made a name for itself to monetize about 300 former SGI patents. LG, RIM and HTC hunted as well.
Intel once again topped the chip maker ranking of 2011.
Nvidia hints that it has an idea how to solve its chip production problem that delayed the introduction of Kepler GPUs.