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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.
Moore's Law continues.
Will Apple's iOS devices also have bits of Intel inside?
Just another 100MHz.
Apple has announced a refresh for its iMac line, adding in support for Intel’s Thunderbolt technology and next generation quad-core CPUs.
June will be a busy month for AMD according to a leaked schedule.
We've already seen Sandy Bridge impress in the desktop space. Does Intel's latest processor architecture have what it takes to dominate the single-socket server and workstation space, too? We run the fastest...
As the title indicates, AMD's Llano line of APUs will feature an embedded GPU with the AMD Radeon SKU of HD 6550
Are netbooks slowly fading away? Microsoft mentioned during its quarterly earnings call that the overall PC market contracted by about 8% in the first quarter of year, which was at least in part driven by a...
Although ARM thinks it can talk AMD out of using x86, the nation's second largest CPU giant says there are no plans to license ARM's technology.
If there has ever been a company that should be acquired, it is British chip designer ARM. AMD would be an amazing fit.
April is relatively quiet on the processing front. However, we know AMD recently started shipping its new Fusion-based Llano CPUs to customers, so we may be on the cusp of significant changes to the market....
Qualcomm has said its next Snapdragon processors will bring console-quality gaming to mobile devices
AMD will be holding its first software developers conference, the AMD Fusion Developer Summit, from June 13 to 16.
Intel has reported another record financial quarter for the first quarter of 2011.
It's a virtual machine performing inside of a virtual machine. Excellent.
Intel's CEO Paul Otellini attracted some interest during yesterday's earnings conference call when he told analysts that the next generation of 22 nm of processors will feature a "revolutionary" process...
That's quite a punch your phone is packing...
There are countless ways of multiplying two numbers such as 15 * 15.
After all this talk of the Tegra 2-powered Transformer, Asus is also working on an Intel-based tablet.
The Galaxy S2 has landed and it is kicking some ass in the benchmarking department.
E-series to be the new X?
Low-power PC platforms are obviously not built for gaming, but we punish two AMD and Intel systems with popular 3D titles anyway. The results don't shock and awe, but sometimes pleasantly surprise.
AMD has said that upcoming chipsets will feature support for USB 3.0, otherwise known as SuperSpeed USB.
Intel has another tablet processor cooking in its labs.
Too little too late?
Get ready for some really fast radios.