All of the Intel 6th generation (Skylake) CPUs, from the flagship desktop CPUs to Core m chips, and everything in between, rounded up in one handy article.
Freescale unveiled two low-power chips from the new i.MX 7 family of SoCs that are focused on IoT devices, wearables, home automation and industrial products.
AMD has been hard at work on Carrizo, refining this next generation APU processor with the goal of improving battery life and core performance, while shooting for leadership in video playback, gaming performance, and GPU compute.
Russian company MCST announced the launch of its Elbrus-4C CPU built on the Elbrus VLIW architecture, which targets high-performance computers and servers and can emulate x86 programs.
Nvidia bought the company in 2011 to provide a baseband processor for the Tegra chip. The company will now buy its modems from third-party suppliers.
The U.S. government restricted U.S. chip companies from selling supercomputer chips to four Chinese technical centers that help build China's supercomputers.
At Mobile World Congress today, Intel announced its new spate of mobile chips, which includes Cherry Trail as well as the entry-level SoFIA series.
AMD significantly boosts efficiency with its new "Carrizo" APUs, first presenting the mobile version at ISSCC 2015, offering either higher performance at normal power consumption or significantly decreased power consumption at normal performance.
AMD is debuting its high-performance Carrizo and Carrizo-L system-on-a-chip design at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), and we're the first to offer pictures of the prototype.
Live from CES, Tom's Hardware delivers the first comparison benchmark results from the Broadwell-U based Core i5-5200U and Core i7-5600U!
Tegra X1's 256-core Maxwell GPU and 8-core big.LITTLE CPU bring greater performance and efficiency to mobile.
Right after the company announced the new Tegra X1 mobile SoC at a press conference in Las Vegas, Nvidia's CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, went on to announce the company's plans in the automotive space.
Chipmaker Intel has released new information about its 15 to 28 Watt Broadwell-U processors intended for products like Ultrabooks, Notebooks, Mini-PCs and All-in-One desktops.