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Despite being based on a 1980s architecture, Digital Core Design's new 8-bit microcontroller is speedier than its rivals.
While the original Yoga 11 ran Windows RT and was powered by an ARM chip, the new version offers Intel's Ivy Bridge processors and runs either Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro.
The new eight-core chip will reportedly run at 5GHz and cost $795.
After a slow start to its latest tablet initiative, the chip company claims up to 10 design wins for its Z-60 processor.
AMD has promised its new chip offering will provide consumers with high-definition media performance, enhanced gaming and accelerated app use in time for the upcoming Windows 8 tablet.
There have been rumors that Intel's new Atom CPU, Clover Trail, would only support Windows 8, but not Android or Linux. We now know that the chip will support these open-source operating systems as well.
The Chinese manufacturer's North American chief has said Windows RT tablets will cost as much as $300 less than their Intel-based counterparts, due to aggressive pricing for consumers
Intel is arguably getting to the smartphone party a little late in comparison to its competitors. But will the company's size and determination to make a splash in the market be enough to drive it to success?
Worldwide semiconductor chip sales rose in March, but were down nearly 8 percent from a year ago, marking challenges ahead for the market.
Microsoft still isn't talking about Windows 8 on Intel/AMD system-on-a-chip devices. But Intel has started to open up.
IBM is set to break Moore's Law with a chip that can transfer data at speeds eight times faster than the quickest parallel optical components available today.
More details have been released on the first version of Windows to be tailored to ARM's chips, which will have a number of restrictions for app developers
AMD missed the boat on smartphone processors, and like rival Intel, has fallen behind in the tablet chip wars. But with Windows 8 right around the corner, the company hopes to cash in with a new part that can power slates running the new OS.
The Cambridge-based chip designer has reported rises in fourth-quarter profits, underpinned by success in smartphones and embedded systems and as it moves into Windows 8-based devices and servers
ARM has given details on its upcoming ARMv8 architecture, the company's first to include a 64-bit capability, in a clear sign the chipmaker is hoping to gets its chips into servers
The long-awaited day for AMD fanboys has arrived. The chip company has finally released its first Bulldozer desktop processors under the FX series name, including a flagship eight-core CPU that's priced at just $245.
AMD has released its FX Series processor for high-end desktops. The FX Series includes the industry's first eight-core desktop chip and it is the company's first processor in years based on an entirely new design consisting of Bulldozer modules.
The chip specialist has announced plans to run a Windows 8 developer programme for ARM and x86 devices, as well as its own processors, such as the Tegra and Tesla
As AMD works to ready its new Bulldozer desktop processors for release next month, it may be planning to price them even lower than initially thought. While the top FX series chip was once expected at around $320, CPU World reports that the eight-core FX-8150 was priced for pre-order at one online retailer for just $266.
The chipmaker has shrugged off competition from ARM in Windows 8, predicting that the OS will take one form for mobile devices and one form for desktop PCs
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