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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.
On the right path, Read believes.
AMD is looking for ways to make some cash in a changing market before its reserves are depleted.
Apple has no choice but to accept price increase.
Replaces Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Sequoia at the top spot.
After eight years of development, Intel is finally ready to announce its Xeon Phi Coprocessor, which is derived from the company's work with Larrabee. Although the architecture came up short as a 3D graphics...
After one year of dominating the enthusiast space, Intel's Core i7-3960X is being replaced. The new Core i7-3970X features higher clock rates, but also imposes a 150 W TDP. Just for kicks, we're putting it up...
Tablets are eating cheap PCs alive.
Intel released the 32 nm generation of its Itanium processor series, now known as the 9500-series.
We are not exactly surprised that MIPS has been acquired since the company was shopping for a buyer for several months.
AMD is losing two more high-ranking executives.
Will Apple design its own chips for its Mac computers?
Emulators are a fantastic tool to get antique Atari ST, Amiga and C64 games to run on your PC. In the future, there may be an emulator that is solving ARM headaches.
There are reports that Sony has begun shipping a new version of its Orbis PS4 development kit.
Nvidia has confirmed that it will be combining GPGPUs with ARM 64-bit processors in future Tesla products.
Intel has been among the most critical tech companies in the U.S. that have consistently and strongly criticized the U.S. education system.
Scheduled for arrival in actual commercial SoC designs in 2014, ARM formally announced the first two processors based on it 64-bit ARMv8 architecture.
IBM researchers believe to have found a way to overcome the physical limitations to shrink silicon in future computer chips.
Intel has developed a prototype of a 48-core processor for smartphones. Before you ask: No, you can't buy a 48-core smartphone next year.
Shortly after AMD's Bulldozer architecture launched, AMD had us anticipating a couple of hotfixes that were supposed to improve FX-8150's performance. But Windows 8 was the ultimate goal. Now that the operating...
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has unveiled a new monstrous supercomputer flagship.
A sign of arrogance or confidence?
Intel has confirmed a massive expansion of its chip production site in Hillsboro, Oregon.
IHS has said that only 11.3 percent of a total of 5,994 companies have complied with the requirements of the U.S. Conflict Minerals Law so far.
Intel has quietly added a new flagship model to its Atom processor family.
ARM is benefiting from the smartphone craze with more than 2.2 billion ARM chips shipped in the third quarter.
Sony has announced the release of PS3 system update version 4.30, which will bring a few user interface changes and kick a prestigious project to the curb.