At its Computex keynote in Taipei, Intel took the wraps off its new Core M processor, which is squarely aimed at laptop/tablet detachables and premium tablets.
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The multi-year deal sees ARM tie itself even closer to TSMC, its chip-fabber of choice, as it looks to capitalise on the company's technology to help it maintain a lead over Intel for chip power efficiency
The chipmaker hits a record $54bn in revenue for 2011, spurred by rising demans from major web companies for its high-end processors and continued good performance in mid-range notebook and desktop chips
The chipmaker has detailed its mobile plans for the upcoming year and introduced a new category of lightweight laptops that will initially be based around Sandy Bridge Intel Core processors
Intel is pushing back against ARM with an aggressive development plan for its Atom processors and an ambitious scheme to lower the average amount of heat generated by its chips
AMD has changed its agreement with chip manufacturer GlobalFoundries in order to encourage production of reliable and problem-free 32nm silicon wafers
The company has introduced the 4100 series four and six-core processors, aimed at cloud computing and small and medium-sized enterprises
The 32GB module, composed of 40nm-class DDR3 chips, is aimed at advanced servers that need high-density, high-performance features
Intel fires a broadside of Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 chips into the market, adding more integration at lower power
IDF 2009: Processor chief Dadi Perlmutter touts a new fibre-optic replacement for video, audio and network leads
Intel has moved its latest desktop and server chip architecture to the laptop with the announcement of its 45nm Core i7 mobile processor.
IDF 2009: Innovation needs to meet changing computing demands arising from netbooks, mobile phones and in-vehicle devices, Intel chief Paul Otellini tells developers
Intel's Xeon 5500 processor has made a big splash in the server world as the major manufacturers each have their own brands featuring the 45nm Nehalem architecture. But which one is best?
Cheap, reconfigurable consumer electronics are promised by Xmos's powerful hardware-emulating chip
Smaller, smaller, smaller!That seems to be the vibe over at Intel, which recently decided to skip production of 45-nanometer Havendale CPUs and will go directly to 32nm Clarkdale because development for the chips is going smoothly, according to sources at motherboard makers in a DigiTimes report.
The latest 45nm Opteron processor can run at 40W, down from the previous low of 55W
AMD said Wednesday that it recently demonstrated its six-core AMD Opteron processor dubbed Istanbul.The 45nm chip is set to launch in the second half of this year and AMD is aiming to be "the only x86 six-core processor available for two- and four-socket systems and higher.
ARM's 32nm processors displayed at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona promise cheaper, more powerful smartphones
The world's largest chip company is moving its focus to the next-generation designs faster than it had planned
AMD's Phenom II processor is designed to boost the company's presence in the desktop market. But how does it fare against Intel's latest Core i7 (Nehalem) chip?
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