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To kick off its annual GPU Technology Conference this week, Nvidia announced new products for the PC, mobile and cloud, and updated its technology roadmaps for GeForce GPUs and Tegra mobile chips.
Graphics chips are considered an important metric for gauging the health of the PC industry, and during the last quarter fo 2012 all the major players experienced a slump in shipments.
Poor PC sales have hit semiconductor suppliers hard, leaving them with "alarmingly high levels" of chips held in inventory. If things don't pick up in 2013, this will mean significant inventory write-downs throughout the year.
Samsung shot past Apple to become the world's leading buyer of chips and semiconductors, according to latest research figures. Forget the Samsung vs. Apple rivalry for a moment. It's actually about both Samsung and Apple setting the post-PC agenda for 2013.
Spike in demand for mobile and flash memory chips helps South Korean chipmaker limit the impact of a slumping PC market to book an operating loss of US$13.6 million.
The 2X ThinClientServer makes the move to thin client computing easy by delivering a solution to convert existing PC's to thin clients...
The laptop may have dethroned the desktop, but the all-in-one PC is still growing at a rapid rate. Several companies have announced new models with Intel's latest chips.
Chip giant Intel delivered a better-than-expected second quarter as it rode an upgrade cycle for corporate PCs and data centers.
In a keynote speech at the Computex trade show in Taiwan, Intel Executive Vice President Sean Maloney said the company would borrow some "new ideas" from tablets to reinvent the PC, carving out a new category of laptops dubbed ultrabooks. Maloney also discussed Intel's progress with its own chips for tablets and smartphones.
Intel is reportedly in the running to make Apple's mobile chips---the A4 and A5---in a foundry deal. Here's why such a move would make sense.
At Mobile World Congress, the chips that power mobile devices are getting as much attention as the gadgets themselves. Over the past week Broadcom, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung ST-Ericsson and Texas Instruments have announced new chips that look more like PC processors.
PC makers are likely to transfer rising cost of DRAM chips to enterprise customers, as shortage of component incurs manufacturer angst, say industry watchers.
Intel has announced its Atom Z6 chips, which will be used to power smartphones and tablets. We discuss the impact on the PC and mobile markets.
Impress PC Watch has leaked the roadmap for Intel's upcoming desktop processors, and it looks like faster i5 and i7 chips are on the way, along with the new i3 line.
Since Intel unveiled its Core i7 quad-core mobile processors at IDF a couple weeks ago, several PC companies have announced mainstream and desktop replacement laptops using these Clarksfield chips. Many sites have reviewed the new platform--known as Calpella--in whitebox notebooks, but so far I haven't seen many reviews of real Core i7 laptops, partly because the industry is waiting on Windows 7.
Rumors of netbooks using smartphone components rather than Intel chips and Microsoft Windows are nothing new. But we're finally getting a good idea of just what a PC based on an ARM processor and Linux will look like.
HP has identified 38 different models in its slimline PC range that are suffering from problems relating to NVIDIA chips.
The company has integrated most of the non-memory chips of a PC into a single processor, hoping to capture the net-connected device market
If there was a bright spot in AMD's first quarter, it was the new PC and graphics products in the pipeline. The 65nm Barcelona bombed last year. Meanwhile, Intel is minting millions of 45nm chips. So it's no surprise that AMD is shifting to 45nm processors as quickly as possible.
Ars Technica is featuring a piece on new chips from Intel specifically aimed at the low-cost, low-power consumption market, currently dominated by Intel's own Classmate, the OLPC XO, and the Asus Eee. According to the article, the so-called Diamondville chips aretargeted at applications like OLPC and the Asus Eee PC, where cost and power consumption are the primary factors.
Intel has rolled out a new lineup of 16 server and high-end PC processors that sport a new transistor design that saves energy, eliminates lead and halogen materials.These chips were expected and Intel delivered right on schedule.
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