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It's taken longer than expected, but Intel has finally officially released the first CPUs using its Broadwell architecture. The new processors enable the holy grail of mobile computing: full PC power in a completely fanless package.
Indonesian ministers say Taiwanese manufacturing giant considering setting up factory in country, which could help create 1 million jobs locally, according to reports.
The Many Integrated Core processor will now be known as Xeon Phi, stressing its pairing with powerfully cored Xeons to help generate enthusiasm for the chip among the supercomputing community
Korean electronics manufacturer says new production line at Hwaseong will be completed in March 2014, and will manufacture "cutting edge" mobile application processors, according to report.
update Local scientists reveal microchip that facilitates transfer of large data volumes at 2 gigabits per second, which is suitable for use in low-power and mobile devices.
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Processors that include two or more different types of cores led global chip market in 2011, as vendors look to up competitive edge in computers and enter mobile space, report reveals.
Nvidia's Kepler-based graphics chips will expand existing desktop virtualization capabilities so more mobile workers can benefit, while cloud-based games can now be delivered to devices without GPUs too, CEO states.
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Strong enterprise software ecosystem and cross-platform capabilities could see enterprise users embracing tablets powered by Redmond's upcoming operating system over Apple's iPad, say analysts.
Cupertino unveils enhanced hardware features to its device, such as faster chip and LTE support, with Asia-Pacific markets such as Singapore and Australia among first to get new iPad.
Leading with 5.7 percent, Cupertino was top customer of chip manufacturers amid strong growth in smartphone and media tablet markets, reveal new figures from Gartner.
Laptop OEM Quanta sues AMD for allegedly selling defective chips which do not meet heat tolerances and cause laptops to malfunction, says report.
Chipmaker unveils Cedar Trail processors to boost flagging netbook interest, with new devices touted to have longer battery life and instant-on, instant-connect capabilities.
Embedded devices market less competitive for chipmaker, says industry analyst, who notes AMD's current focus on emerging markets, low power and cloud part of efforts to be aligned with market trends.
Personal computing and mobile devices convergence make up majority of microprocessor foundry's portfolio, say execs who add that Thai floods haven't affected its business.
The 'ultrabook' concept was announced by Intel earlier this year. The idea is to marry second-generation Core processors and sleek, slim hardware designs to deliver computing muscle without weight, and good looks without compromising on capabilities.
IT giant reportedly planning to ship servers that run on ARM chips, posing challenge to Intel which counts HP as its biggest customer, report says.
After failing to gain foothold in market, chipmaker moving resources to focus on tablet computers, smartphones and ultrabooks instead, according to report.
Enterprises utilizing high-performance computing should look at squeezing out more compute power from existing infrastructure and not depend solely on Moore's Law-driven innovations, analysts say.
Revenue for worldwide semiconductor market in 2011 set for slight decline due to factors including supply chain slowdown and excess inventory, Gartner predicts in new report.
Parallel processing and integration of processing and memory units some innovations aiming to imitate brain functions but will be "long, long time" before artificial intelligence replaces it entirely, expert says.