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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 will be reacting to the launch of Intel's Ivy Bridge processors with four new FX CPUs that are slotted for a Q2 release.
Samsung is expected to heat up the smartphone and tablet market with its in-house Exynos 4412 SoC.
Asetek has modified an Alienware M18x gaming notebook with liquid cooling and, of course, an overclocked processor.
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.
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.
HP Thailand apparently leaked some information about upcoming notebooks that can be purchased with Intel Ivy Bridge and AMD Trinity processors.
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.
AMD has a good tradition of live demos behind closed doors and this year's CeBIT was no different.
The design and development of ARM processors could receive a boost with a new ARM core simulator that was announced by Fujitsu.
ARM today announced a new low-power processor, the Cortex-M0+, which the company claims is "the world's most energy-efficient microprocessor".
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...
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.
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...
There is a new agreement between AMD and GlobalFoundries that transfers AMD's remaining 8.8 percent ownership in the foundry to ATIC.
GlobalFoundries has been chastised by AMD's new CEO Rory Read for the production problems that limited the availability of 32 nm processors.
Intel has reserved $100 million for investments in hardware, software and services companies that are focused on in-vehicle applications.
Intel's Spring 2012 Processor Flipbook presentation confirms Ivy Bridge's processor specifications.
In the general perception, Flash has somewhat become the exact opposite of innovative platforms for the Internet.
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...
So which one will power the iPad 3?
AMD quietly announced the release of two new FX processors with Bulldozer core.
AMD will be launching three new Bulldozer-based FX desktop processors this quarter.
During MWC 2012, Intel revealed a new dual-core Atom chip with 4 hyperthreads that will appear in smartphones next year.
Intel's Ivy Bridge has apparently been delayed until June.
Meet the Santa Clara, Europe's first Intel-powered Android.
With Ivy Bridge a little over a month away, Hiroshige Goto, contributor for PC Watch, has estimated the layout of Ivy Bridge silicon.