A note posted by an AMD developer suggests that the Kabini processor, a 28 nm mobile chip that will integrate the Jaguar processing core, will support Intel's AVX instruction set, as well bit-manipulation instructions (BMI).
Micron said it is the first memory maker to have started volume production of phase change memory (PCM).
It is obvious that GM is extremely proud of its CUE entertainment system interface. If you have some time to play with the system in the brag edition of the spanking new Cadillac XTS sedan, you immediately understand why.
OCZ is making a lot of waves these days. In its CQ2 conference call, the company confirmed that its Barefoot controller should be returning in sample form from the contract fab shortly.
Growing demand for communications semiconductors is bailing out the chip industry from a potentially catastrophic 2012. IDC said that it expects global chip sales to climb by 4.6 percent to $315 million.
Apple has made another high profile hire as the company convinced John Bruno to move from Canada to California.
If there is anything that AMD cannot afford these days, it is making avoidable errors that affect its product shipment and sales.
The chronic shortage of RAM in smartphones due to space and power constraints could be solved by replacing silicon transistors with carbon transistors.
Elpida may be disappearing soon, but it appears that the bad news is being replaced with an overall positive outlook for the DRAM industry.
Pixelworks has said it has begun shipping a new SoC that is targeting next-generation, mainstream LCD or DLP projectors for the education, business and home theater segments.
If you are in need of the perfect keyboard for playing Star Wars: The Old Republic, or if you are just a fan of Star Wars anyway, this may be the keyboard to own.
Intel has posted its highly anticipated Q2 quarter results, which were preceded by reports of slowing PC sales and predictions of a decelerating PC business overall.
Microsoft seems a natural companion for the growing concern surrounding PC sales. If PC sales stagnate, Microsoft is more than likely affected, given the fact that Windows accounts for about 36 percent of the company's revenue.