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We take a look at the first glimpses of Microsoft's new operating system.
AMD discusses how to make GPGPU computing mainstream, as well as the potential for ARM CPUs.
We talk to research firm IDC about ARM's potential to break into the PC processor market.
Rumours suggest that Apple will ditch Intel processors for ARM chips.
Nvidia gives birth to a mobile monster.
Nvidia has picked Edinburgh-based Wolfson to provide an important power management chip.
ASRock is reportedly planning a pair of Tegra-powered Android tablets for later this year.
Microsoft is looking to Intel to develop a many-core, system-on-chip Atom design.
Toshiba has unveiled a Tegra 2 tablet featuring Android 3.0.
Nvidia has confirmed its plans to launch a quad-core Tegra 3 chip, expected to début at MWC.
AMD's new G-Series embedded APUs feature a Bobcat CPU and DirectX 11 GPU.
Apple's iPad 2 tablet is rumoured to be getting a 2,048 x 1,536 display and a dual-core CPU.
Google TV is reportedly going to support ARM chips, as well as Intel's Atom.
Nvidia has launched a new Android app called Tegra Zone, in order to promote gaming on the platform.
Dual-core ARM CPU; accelerated Flash and cross-platform gaming in a phone.
Nvidia announces its intentions to enter the desktop CPU market, while Microsoft confirms ARM version of Windows.
Asus shows us its weird and wonderful new tablet PCs, due in shops soon.
We gaze into our crystal ball to see what 2011 is likely to bring our way.
Intel has founded a Netbook and Tablet group to counter the growing threat from ARM.
TI has officially launched its latest OMAP SoC, the OMAP4440 dual-core 1.5GHz chip.
Nvidia has released a white paper making the claim that dual-core CPUs can save power.
ARM co-founder Hermann Hauser predicts that the company will 'obliterate' Intel.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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