As Intel gets ready to reveal new information about its upcoming low-power Silverthorne processor at the International Solid State Circuits Conference this week, it's becoming clear that the technology is more than a new chip.
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Researchers at MIT have created a new chip design that they claim will be 10 times more energy efficient than the processors currently used in mobile devices.
Intel is slated to divulge new information on Tukwila, its upcoming quad-core Itanium processor, at the International Solid State Circuits Conference taking place in San Francisco.
Advanced Micro Devices got some much-needed good news this week when Gateway announced that it's trading in Intel chips for AMD Phenom quad-core processors in two new high-end desktop machines.
For the second quarter in a row, the global PC processor market hit a record number of unit shipments in the fourth quarter of 2007, according to IDC. At the same time, the market research company predicts that a slowing economy will likely lead to declining sales in the first months of 2008.
Fact met fiction Wednesday when a Hollywood actor and director sat down with two MIT physicists to compare the reality of teleportation to the special effects version in the upcoming movie, Jumper.
Advanced Micro Devices is pushing back the release of two Phenom processors just as it speeds up the release of what it's calling an energy-efficient quad-core chip.
Hewlett-Packard Tuesday announced that it plans to reduce energy consumption of its personal computers by 25% within two years.
Anyone looking for a way to cut power costs for their supercomputer -- and feeling particularly energetic -- should take note of an experiment at MIT this week.
Strong laptop sales are making this a hot holiday shopping season for PC makers, according to a report from IDC.
Dell on Tuesday made its first foray into the tablet PC market, unveiling the 1.6 kilo, 12.1 inch Latitude XT.
With Intel and Advanced Micro Devices reportedly backing off their long and bloody price war, a struggling AMD may be getting a little breathing room.
After a year of financial and market struggles, Advanced Micro Devices has fallen off iSuppli's latest listing of the world's top 10 chip manufacturers.
Ever wish you had a personal assistant? Someone who could recommend a good restaurant when you're traveling to a new city? Someone who could give you a list of shops where you might find that perfect gift?
Intel's new 45-nanometer chip for the desktop, part of the newly released Penryn family, should give gamers, researchers and serious multitaskers a significant performance boost, according to analysts.