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Processors - Page 18


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.

news - MARCH 23 197

AMD will be reacting to the launch of Intel's Ivy Bridge processors with four new FX CPUs that are slotted for a Q2 release.

news - MARCH 22 15

Samsung is expected to heat up the smartphone and tablet market with its in-house Exynos 4412 SoC.

news - MARCH 22 33

Asetek has modified an Alienware M18x gaming notebook with liquid cooling and, of course, an overclocked processor.

news - MARCH 21 20

Intel is taking a different approach to entering the Smart TV market successfully by working with cable and satellite TV operators instead of HDTV manufacturers.

news - MARCH 21 46

There is a new startup that is developing a multicore architecture IP that promises up to 4,096 RISC processing cores on a single die.

news - MARCH 21 24

HP Thailand apparently leaked some information about upcoming notebooks that can be purchased with Intel Ivy Bridge and AMD Trinity processors.

news - MARCH 17 74

PC microprocessor sales climbed to $10.9 billion in the fourth quarter of last year, up 1.8 percent sequentially, and up 14.2 percent.

news - MARCH 15 62

AMD has a good tradition of live demos behind closed doors and this year's CeBIT was no different.

news - MARCH 14 5

The design and development of ARM processors could receive a boost with a new ARM core simulator that was announced by Fujitsu.

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ARM today announced a new low-power processor, the Cortex-M0+, which the company claims is "the world's most energy-efficient microprocessor".

news - MARCH 11 31

Intel has been awarded a patent that provides basic information about the company's thread scheduling approach in multi-processor computers. Filed on March 26, 2007 the USPTO confirmed the rights to it earlier...

news - MARCH 10 81

IBM has a prototype chip that features enough bandwidth to download 500 HD movies in just one second, or all content held by the Library of Congress in just about one hour.

reviews - MARCH 6 80

Intel's vaunted Sandy Bridge architecture has finally made its way to the company's dual- and quad-socket-capable Xeon processors. We got our hands on a pair of eight-core Xeon E5-2687W CPUs to compare against...

news - MARCH 6 28

There is a new agreement between AMD and GlobalFoundries that transfers AMD's remaining 8.8 percent ownership in the foundry to ATIC.

news - MARCH 6 27

GlobalFoundries has been chastised by AMD's new CEO Rory Read for the production problems that limited the availability of 32 nm processors.

news - MARCH 5 17

Intel has reserved $100 million for investments in hardware, software and services companies that are focused on in-vehicle applications.

news - MARCH 2 50

Intel's Spring 2012 Processor Flipbook presentation confirms Ivy Bridge's processor specifications.

news - FEBRUARY 29 24

In the general perception, Flash has somewhat become the exact opposite of innovative platforms for the Internet.

reviews - FEBRUARY 29 341

What can you get for $140? How about AMD's top-of-the-line A8-3870K APU with four CPU cores and an integrated Radeon HD 6550D? That's also enough for a Pentium G620 and discrete Radeon HD 6670. We benchmark...

news - FEBRUARY 28 19

So which one will power the iPad 3?

news - FEBRUARY 28 70

AMD quietly announced the release of two new FX processors with Bulldozer core.

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AMD will be launching three new Bulldozer-based FX desktop processors this quarter.

news - FEBRUARY 28 27

During MWC 2012, Intel revealed a new dual-core Atom chip with 4 hyperthreads that will appear in smartphones next year.

news - FEBRUARY 27 63

Intel's Ivy Bridge has apparently been delayed until June.

news - FEBRUARY 27 17

Meet the Santa Clara, Europe's first Intel-powered Android.

news - FEBRUARY 27 41

With Ivy Bridge a little over a month away, Hiroshige Goto, contributor for PC Watch, has estimated the layout of Ivy Bridge silicon.