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Intel's new 32nm 2010 Core chips

Intel announced new processor chips at last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas: the 2010 Core series, with transistor sizes down to 32 nanometres. They're faster with better power consumption, sure, but what else will it mean?
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Intel announced new processor chips at last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas: the 2010 Core series, with transistor sizes down to 32 nanometres. They're faster with better power consumption, sure, but what else will it mean?

Stilgherrian speaks with software architect Benno Rice about the implications both for new computing devices and for Intel's arch rival AMD.

We also summarise the week's IT news — everything you would have read yourself if you weren't so busy.

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