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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 addition to revealing its 2012 and 2013 roadmaps, AMD sported an ultrathin form factor packed with its Trinity APU.
AMD CEO Rory Read mentioned "thin and light" in his 2012 attack speech to analysts.
We've been waiting on AMD's Financial Analyst Day for more information on how the company plans to approach new and current businesses moving forward. Ahead of the big event, AMD pre-briefed us on the news.
We've been bugging AMD for years now, literally: show us what GPU-accelerated software can do. Finally, the company is ready to put us in touch with ISVs in nine different segments to demonstrate how its...
ARM revealed its 2012 roadmap in a 4Q11 financial results meeting with analysts.
A processor used more than 30 years ago has resurfaced and can be purchased again.
Intel has quietly added seven new Sandy Bridge processors in the i5 and Celeron M series.
Sources claim that Windows on ARM is now stable and gearing up for a release to developers soon.
We really like to hunt down great values in the processor space. Since our last round-up of affordable CPUs, AMD released its Llano-based APUs and Bulldozer-based FX family. Also, Intel introduced a handful of...
The Raspberry PI will supposedly outperform the new iPhone 4S across a range of content.
Intel is adding a new gem to its network of manufacturing facilities.
Introducing a new processor architecture takes a colossal effort. AMD's modular Bulldozer design ran into its share of resistance at launch. Can a handful of software updates turn the company's flagship FX-8150...
And they're not stopping at 100, either.
Eventually Intel will produce Atom SoCs with built-in 4G support.
Saber rattling is often a sure sign for two parties preparing their armies for a bloody battle.
Sony is updating select Vaio notebook lines with 2nd-generation Core i-Series CPUs and other enhancements.
Scientists at the University of Texas at Austin and the Australian National University claim to have conducted the first systematic power profiles of microprocessors
A new study released by the National Science Board (NSB) of the National Science Foundation (NSF) raises concerns about the global leadership of the U.S. in Science and Technology investments. The report also...
Intel has announce its Performance Tuning Protection Plan for a worry free overclocking experience.
As 2011 is well behind us, we are looking back at a year of massive successes as well as some catastrophic failures, we are noticing a gateway to opportunity for some interesting products and technologies.
ARM disses Intel's Medfield, calling it "good enough." Ouch.
I just got back from CES 2012. And although I’ve attended a great many Consumer Electronics Shows, Computexes, and Comdexes (never a CeBIT), this year’s show was by far the most intense. It wasn’t that...
We see a lot of cool concepts at CES and today is no different, thanks to Cooler Master's latest effort.
Audi AG has chosen Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 to power infotainment systems and digital instrument clusters that will be installed in Audi vehicles in 2013 and beyond.
Intel is promising amazing things with its Medfield platform and a partnership with Motorola.
Smart TVs have been a bit of a hot topic at CES this year, and Qualcomm is ensuring they stay that way with its unveiling of the new Snapdragon S4 MPQ8064 processor.