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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.
In a keynote given at ISSCC, Intel executive vice president and chief product officer Dadi Perlumtter provided a long term outlook of processor requirements as we are moving further into terascale computing,...
VIA has reintroduced two mini-ITX boards that now support its 1.2 GHz VIA QuadCore E-Series processor.
Qualcomm will not be joining the parade of quad-core processor makers at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona next week.
Nvidia is partnering with several cellular silicon suppliers to add LTE support to the Tegra 3 SoC, allowing OEMs to quickly add 4G LTE to their current Tegra 3 designs.
Apple is a prestigious customer for Intel, as the chip maker enjoys being in the spotlight whenever Apple launches a new PC.
Former AMD employees claim the company had its eyes set on Nvidia first before purchasing ATI.
We'll admit that 'Ninja Core' isn't exactly descriptive...
Intel has sold 22 nm manufacturing capacity to Tabula.
Samsung is expected to be showcasing two next-generation mobile processors at the Mobile World Congress, which will open its doors on February 27 in Barcelona, Spain.
Following our sub-$200 gaming CPU comparison, we put Intel's Core i3-2100 and AMD's FX-4100 under the microscope. This time, we test a number of different graphics cards from AMD to see how GPUs affect...
Sapphire announced a new version of its Mini PC series.
AMD confirmed that its next-generation Opteron processors and desktop APUs with the Piledriver core will include Cyclos Semiconductor's resonant clock mesh technology.
A dual-core Atom CPU and a digital Wi-Fi radio on the same chip.
The ZTE Momosa X will be the first mainstream smartphone to feature both Nvidia's Tegra 2 and Icera 450 HSPA+ modem together in 2Q12.
Intel has revealed further details about its 22nm Ivy Bridge platform at the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference, which currently takes place in San Francisco.
It looks like the iPad 3 will not be getting the brand new A6 chip we thought it would.
A report from the University of New South Wales provides reason to believe that Moore's Law has plenty of time left.
A scientist at North Carolina State University (NCSU) has found a way to control a logic gate in a DNA-based computing system.
Nvidia has said that we can expect to see smartphones packing its Tegra 3 processor this quarter.
Intel's six-core processors are fast, but enthusiasts almost always want to push unlocked multipliers harder. Core i7-3960X can easily exceed 4 GHz, but what happens to power efficiency when clock rates go up?...
With Ivy Bridge set to launch in just a few months' time (April), we are now learning a little more about the specifications for the upcoming Core i3 processors.
With Haswell set to release in 2013, we continue to learn more about Intel's new platform with leaked information on the Lynx Point chipset.
A booming counterfeiting industry sent the number of incidents of pirated devices soaring in 2011.
Intel Haswell's iGPU set to support DirectX 11.1, OpenGL 3.2 and OpenCL 1.2
The "Samaritan" Unreal Engine 3 demo required 2.5 teraFLOPS to run, ten times that of the current Xbox 360's capabilities.
Intel was granted a patent that covers the use of germanium as a material choice for compound semiconductors that promise faster processors and reduced power consumption.