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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.
Intel is rumored to have won a contract that will see the company supply mobile-chips to Finnish cell phone manufacturer Nokia.
Gateway has officially announced its LT3103u netbook packing AMD's Athlon 64 L110 and we have to admit, this netbook has us excited.
What are the minimum system requirements for running Windows 7?
Say bye to Centrino the way you knew it.
Lynnfield, Clarksfield, Arrandale, Clarkdale – all codenames for upcoming Intel chips based on the latest architecture and all very confusing.
CNet today reports that earlier this week at the company’s analyst day, Nvidia Chief Executive Officer Jen-Hsun Huang told attendees that GPGPUs are the future.
No new OS for the old CPU?
Intel has quietly expanded it’s new CULV chip family to include two dual core Celeron processors.
Intel’s next iteration of its hugely popular Atom processor, codenamed Pine Trail, is now slated for a Q4 release. According to recent rumors, it's possible that we could see the processor as early as...
Is Nvidia working on a CPU?
Nvidia’s Ion made a huge splash at Computex 2009 and it looks like AMD is trying to get in on some of the action. According to a report, the company is preparing an Atom rival, which will launch in 2010.
Intel’s Atom processor is the beating heart at the center of nearly every netbook on the market today. Now Intel says its working on bringing the Atom to handheld devices.
While meeting with Gigabyte at Computex, we were let in on a little bit of information regarding AMD's unlock-block for new Phenom II CPUs.
Intel's fastest Core 2 Duo, the E8600, runs at 3.33 GHz. But if you're a performance-hungry power user, we found that you can actually increase the chip's efficiency by overclocking it, thanks to 45 nm...
While browsing through motherboards at Computex, several manufacturers were quick to tell us some details about the recently released dual-core Phenom II CPUs from AMD.
Intel on TV.
Intel's senior vice president Anand Chandrasekher displayed a few prototype mobile Internet devices (MIDs) powered by the company's upcoming Moorestown chip platform.
There’s been a lot of talk about Nvidia’s Ion this week and apparently, Intel doesn’t like when the competition gets a couple of days of good press.
We've got a sneak peek at what Intel's land looks like at Computex.
All show but no go?
Today Intel launches two high-end processors that take the place of its i7-965 and i7-940 CPUs. More speed? Same price points? We’ll take it! But are the new chips compelling enough to warrant spending more...
This week Nvidia held a press event here at Computex in order to show off its technology and talk about its direction for future technology.
Istanbul is here.
Nvidia Tegra hits Computex.
Computex 2009 is upon us and even before day one there have been a few companies making announcements, wanting to stand out.
We’ve been seeing a lot of Ion products at Computex 2009 but so far, we’ve seen nothing from American companies. Apparently, we won’t have to wait long before we see offerings from both HP and Dell.