A group claims that it developed a "ridiculously complex" method of cracking Apple's prize devices.
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The company's successor to Nehalem, which will transition from a 32nm process to 22nm, will go into chip production by the end of 2010, Intel has confirmed
Intel has said its next chip platform, codenamed Sandy Bridge, will go into production by the end of 2010.
The next iteration of Atom processors combine memory controllers and graphics, reducing heat generation, cost and power consumption, according to Intel
The chip company has appealed a May decision by the European Commission to fine it €1bn for anti-competitive practices
Researchers at the US National Institute of Science and Technology have thrown doubt on accepted rules, threatening the future of nano-scale transistors
Researchers at the US National Institute of Science and Technology have thrown doubt on accepted rules, threatening the future of nano-scale transistors.
Nvidia says the chips use less power than its previous products, while AMD launches what its calls its most compact graphics chip architecture
A number of semiconductor companies with premises in Europe have been raided by European Commission anti-competition inspectors
Processor design company ARM will develop mobile-chip technology with IBM, Samsung and semiconductor firm Chartered