Advanced Micro Devices trotted out a new 1.2GHz Duron processor Thursday, its second value-chip debut of the week.
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Sony will delay the release of its CIMV PictureBook from the fourth quarter of this year to January 2002 due to shortages of Transmeta's 5800 Crusoe processor, a Sony representative said Monday. The Crusoe processor has been delayed because of difficulties associated with producing the chip in large volumes.
District Photo, a mail-order film processor, says it has acquired online photo company Snapfish. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Chipmaker Transmeta on Tuesday shook up its management team for the second time this year, replacing Chief Executive Mark Allen after just seven months on the job.Allen, who replaced founder David Ditzel in March, will be succeeded by chairman Murray Goldman.
Companies are grabbing onto Microsoft's XP coattails, say John Morris and Josh Taylor. AMD's newly christened Athlon XP 1800 processor debuts this week. It offers great performance, but could AMD confuse us any more if it tried?
Today's lineup includes GeForce Graphics Driver Update 2.1.
Linux seller Red Hat has released version 7.1 of its operating system, incorporating advances made possible by Intel's new Itanium chip.
At this week's Embedded Processor Forum, systems-on-a-chip are in vogue and more and more manufacturers are finding they can count on off-the-shelf standard processors to get the job done.
The chipmaker releases its fastest processor to date: a 1.4GHz chip--aimed at the high-end PC market--that can compete on a par with Intel's new 1.7GHz chip.
AMD is launching the the AMD-760 MP companion chips that will allow high-end computers to use two Athlon processors simultaneously.