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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.
Samsung has replaced the GPU cores and cranked up the clock speed of the CPU cores just a notch.
According to Phys.org, GlobalFoundries and TSMC plan to release ARM processors capable of running at 3 GHz “sometime next year.”
AMD's CEO is hopeful about returning to profitability in the third quarter.
Intel's Bay Trail platform will provide cheap yet powerful devices priced $400 and below.
Unlike the previous version, the new chip may use ARM's big.LITTLE MP architecture.
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Qualcomm shows off the Snapdragon 200: Dual- and Quad-Core CPUs with native HSPA+.
HP has a fanless "Haswell" tablet in the works.
SoftKinetic's iisu middleware is now included in Intel's Perceptual Computing Software Development Kit.
Snapdragon 800 supports Windows RT 8.1, Qualcomm says.
AMD is looking beyond supporting just Windows 8.
This tech allows users to draw in different widths on Tegra 4 tablets.
A version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 will feature a "Clover Trail" Atom SoC.
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AMD is making big bucks off the Xbox One alone.
LG Electronics has licensed the Cortex-A50 series for new SoCs.
Intel is talking Haswell power savings just weeks before the launch.
The Galaxy Tab 3 10.1-inch version could be fitted with an old dual-core Atom Z2560 instead of ARM designs.
Nvidia and Tegra 4 partners are expected to reveal products soon.
How each Project Shield will be made.
Apple may be using TSMC for its upcoming A7 chip for the iPhone 6.
It's the fastest, most energy efficient design from ARM yet.
Researchers proposed a new method of manufacturing "the smallest structures in electronics".
Powered by 1.5 GHz quad-core processor.
Nvidia is bringing the super phone experience to the mainstream smartphone market with the new Tegra 4i chip.