AMD continues to pile the pressure on Intel, with prices range from $199 to $329.
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Whether you're spending $400 or $4,000, AMD's Epyc is wiping the floor with the Intel Xeon chips.
I've just again re-watched Apple's M1 chip unveiling event, and I'm left with more questions than answers.
Well, do I?
Apple's 50 minute 'Dear John' breakup video to Intel was buttery smooth, but light on details.
The bottom line is money. You need money. And lots of it.
Think that your eight-character password consisting of lowercase characters, uppercase characters and a sprinkling of numbers is strong enough to protect you from a brute force attack?Think again!
My favorite CPU of 2011 ... what's yours?
While there's no doubt that processors are still getting faster, the days of speed being the cornerstone of a new launch are over.
New processors for the new workloads arising from a new normal.