Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Continues with the metallic theme.
No sign of Bronze or Platinum, though.
Appears to cede the market to ARM.
Denies Pentium discontinuation, too.
Doesn't even let Joule reach its first birthday.
Drops ECC support, though.
Intel taking the fight to Atmel.
Glues tiny RFID tags to their backs.
Core, Pentium, and Celeron parts detailed.
Numerous improvements, still Quark-based.
Free boards for Windows developers.
The mobile story isn't so good, sadly.
Intel has unveiled an Arduino-compatible embedded system board that uses an x86 processor and runs Linux.
Fills in the top and bottom nicely.
Compares favourably to equivalent Intel chips.
Intel has demonstrated a Near Voltage Threshold (NVT) processor at the ISSCC event, along with a new floating-point design.
Has AMD's tinkering allowed it to catch up some ground with Intel?
Can four cores running at a mighty 3.1GHz make up for a lack of L3 cache in this budget chip?
Intel rolls out $50 upgrade cards for its low end CPU's.
Rumours circulating the web claim that Intel is to kill off the Celeron brand in 2011.
Possibly the most overclockable CPU on the planet, and it costs less than £75!
The X120 is the smallest of Samsung's sleek and sophisticated ultra-mobile X-series. With a fast dual-core CULV Pentium processor and elegant design, we see if this sub-£500 11.6in laptop is worthy of a place in your bag.
Windows XP Mode in Windows 7 requires hardware virtualisation, which isn't supported by some Core 2 Duo and Quad CPUs.
Intel has launched a new series of processor logos alongside a five-star rating system designed to help end users compare different chips.
Contrary to popular belief, PC gaming doesn't have to be expensive - you don't need the fastest graphics cards and processors in the world in order to enjoy games at decent resolutions. We challenged ourselves to building a PC for £400... and here's how it turned out.
A lot of people have been slagging 64-bit Operating Systems like Vista, saying the only benefit is a true 4GB of RAM. So we decided to cut through the BS and anti-Microsoft sentiment and look at the real pros and cons of 64-bit computing.
Intel seems to have hit one additional nail in the coffin for Pentium Netburst CPUs by not officially certifying it for Bearlake.
Who remembers the P60? And the fact it was slower than some of the top-spec 486 chips? A year after being retired for Core, Pentium lives on.
The tech industry has seen many dubious claims made about products. In this mini-featurette, Wil Harris examines three of the most outrageous.
Last quarter, AMD achieved its highest ever market share in the CPU market, according to data released by Mercury Research.
We have spent some time with an Intel Conroe system - today we're bringing you some initial benchmarks as a 'performance preview'. Check in for a look at how Conroe performs against Intel's current flagship Pentium Extreme Edition 965 CPU.
What could be better than the combination of an MMO to suck away your life and a laptop so that you can play anywhere, any time? We take a look at this budget notebook from Rock.
Tom's Hardware has taken Intel's entry-level dual core Pentium D 805 chip past the performance of both the AMD Athlon 64 FX-60 and the Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 965 with a more-than-affordable cooling solution...
Today, Intel is announcing the final chapter of its NetBurst architecture with the successor to the Pentium XE 955. We run the Pentium Extreme Edition 965 through our battery of benchmarks - read on to see the first benchmark with an Intel beating an Athlon in ages...
Don is the man behind Intel's leading brand, Centrino, and its new digital home initiative - Viiv. We sat down to talk to the man that wants an Intel chip (or two) in every living room, covering topics including DRM and Linux.
This morning, AMD announces its latest FX-series processor: the Athlon 64 FX-60. Unlike previous Athlon 64 FXs, this one is a dual core processor based on the excellent Athlon 64 X2. Read on to find out how it performs...