VIA claims its new Eden X2 is the ‘world’s most power-efficient dual-core processor.’
Microsoft is looking to Intel to develop a many-core, system-on-chip Atom design.
Intel has founded a Netbook and Tablet group to counter the growing threat from ARM.
ARM co-founder Hermann Hauser predicts that the company will 'obliterate' Intel.
ARM has announced its first Midgard GPU, the Mali-T604, offering a five-fold performance boost.
AMD has updated its laptop, desktop, and server CPU roadmap, offering a glimpse into the future.
VIA's first ever multi-core CPU part: its aptly dual-core Nano platform, gets a grilling on our test bench.
ARM has confirmed that future chip designs will feature HyperThreading-like technology.
Instead of predicted gains, AMD is now warning investors to prepare for a loss in its Q3 results.
Oracle has launched the Sparc T3 server processor, featuring 16 physical cores.
Intel has unveiled a roadmap that forecasts 22nm and 15nm Atom chips.
AMD has attempted to dull Intel's IDF shine with a new i5-beating APU: Zacate.
Norwegian company CUPP has announced a hybrid PC featuring both x86 and ARM chips.
ARM has revealed details of the Eagle, now known as the Cortex A15, application processor.
Asus has officially launched its latest Eee PC netbook - and it's opted for an AMD Geode CPU.
Rumour has it that the littlest x86 licensee, Via, will be producing a quad-core chip in 2011.
ARM has announced that it has worked with GlobalFoundries to produce a 2.5GHz chip.
ARM has announced that the Cortex A 'Eagle' design will include virtualisation extensions.
AMD teased us the other day with some details about its forthcoming Fusion CPUs Bulldozer and Bobcat, but was coy about Llano
Qualcomm has announced a new Snapdragon chip, featuring two 1.5GHz processing cores.
Intel's next generation Westmere-EX server chip looks set to feature ten physical cores.
AMD has announced the launch of a competition, looking for suggestions on how to make best use of a 48-core server - with the winner getting a quartet of Magny-Cours chips.
AMD has announced the desktop equivalent to its recently released six-core Opteron server processors, due next year and dubbed Thuban.