AMD acquires ATI and drops prices - AMD acquires ATI and drops prices.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes sifts through the marketing hyperbole and casts his critical eye over the latest technological innovations to find out which products make the grade and which don't.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is an internationally published technology author who has devoted over a decade to helping users get the most from technology.
Here's a question I received by email the other day: "I want to build a general purpose Core 2 Duo based PC that costs no more that $1,000. How would you spend the cash?"
I'm starting to wonder just how much of a price war there is going to be between AMD and Intel, given that both chip makers are experiencing a shrinking bottom-line.
Yesterday Apple announced fiscal results for Q3 06, and it looks to be in fine form.
We have a little more than a week to wait for Intel to release the new Core 2 range of CPUs. These are based on a new processor architecture, which, instead of just pumping up the CPU’s frequency, concentrates on increasing the number of instructions executed per clock cycle.Here I take a look at what makes the Core 2 tick.
I've been doing a lot of reading around this whole net neutrality debate, and what really surprises me are some of the strange, and ultimately bogus, arguments that are used to justify net neutrality.
A $180 Core 2 Duo E6400 CPU can outperform an AMD Athlon FX-62 (which costs $1,059). Not only that, but it thrashes the Intel Extreme Edition 965 too. At that end of the Conroe scale, the performance differences are small (but not when you factor in the price), but take it to the other end of the scale, the Core 2 Extreme X6800 has everything eating it's dust.
Today Dell outlined plans to simplify product pricing and reduce on the number of mail-in rebate offers for consumers and small businesses. A dramatic simplification.
I know, I know, it's only July and I'm pretty sure that most of you don't want to think about the holiday season just yet, but I'm betting that OEMs already have their eye on December and are woried about how the uncertainty over a shipping date for Windows Vista is going to affect their sales.
Dell's blogging, but I'm not sure they really know who's supposed to be reading.