AMD says that eighty systems based on its shadowy 4700S Desktop Kit are coming from SIs.
Intel announced that Shlomit Weiss, who led the company's Sandy Bridge and Skylake design teams, is returning to the company.
Intel announced that it will delay the production of its Sapphire Rapids chips and also shared new details about the processors.
Intel announced that Sapphire Rapids will come with High Bandwidth Memory and Ponte Vecchio will come in OAM packaging.
Microsoft's full Windows 11 minimum requirements document reveals that some systems won't have to abide by the TPM requirement.
SiFive has announced a new high-performance RISC-V-powered P550 series of high-performance cores that Intel plans to adopt for its 7nm Horse Creek platform.
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Crucial posts an article stating that cryptocurrency mining automatically voids its warranty, then reverses its position.
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AMD CEO Lisa Su revealed that the company is beginning production of chips with 3D-stacked SRAM this year, changing the game entirely.
Intel unveiled an Alder Lake-powered laptop at Computex 2021 and divulged that the chips are sampling to partners.
Intel unveiled new Tiger Lake processors, the Beast Canyon NUC and its 5G Solution 5000 chips at Computex 2021.
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ARM announced its new Cortex-X2, A710, and A510 CPU cores, along with new Mali GPUs and enhanced system interconnects.
Intel announced that it has begun taping in its 7nm compute tile for its Meteor Lake processors that will come to market in 2023.
Intel announced ten new Tiger Lake-H chips that come with eight cores fabbed on the 10nm SuperFin process.
IBM showed a 300mm wafer containing its 2nm process node that will be shared with both Samsung and Intel.