New techniques could lead to sub-10nm breakthroughs.
Intel has announced €3.3 billion of investment into ASML to push EUV and 450mm research and development.
Everything you need to know about Ivy Bridge, six months before you need to know it.
Intel has predicted there will be 1.2 sextillion transistors worldwide by 2016
The launch of Intel's forthcoming Ivy Bridge CPUs might be delayed by as much as three months.
Graphene can't fully replace silicon inside CPUs, but it could be used in hybrid chips.
Conceding to the strategies of Intel and TSMC, Global Foundries and IBM go gate-last.
Nvidia announces the shipment of its billionth GPU in partnership with TSMC.
Intel has confirmed plans to upgrade to using 450mm wafers for its future chip production.
Oracle has launched the Sparc T3 server processor, featuring 16 physical cores.
Lyric Semiconductor has unveiled its latest invention: the probability processor.
Qualcomm has announced a new Snapdragon chip, featuring two 1.5GHz processing cores.
Intel's deal - inked last year - for TSMC to produce Atom processors is looking shaky.
ARM has announced a deal with chip fabricator TSMC to produce new 28nm and 20nm chips.
Does the new Core i7-875K provide a compelling reason to build a top-end LGA1156 system?
We test a ton of the latest games to see just how many cores your CPU really needs.
Will Intel's first mid-range unlocked CPU set the market on fire?
Intel's expected to launch unlocked multiplier CPUs in late May.
ARM has announced a partnership with AMD's fab spin-off Globalfoundries that will see the companies mass produce system-on-chip devices based around a 28nm process.
Intel gave us a sneak peek at its upcoming 32nm Westmere CPUs for desktops and laptops. Clarkdale and Arrandale will arrive later this year and are the first processors to integrate the GPU onto the CPU package.
Intel has demonstrated the world's first 32nm processors and announed massive plans for its latest process technology.
Earlier in the week, we chatted to Intel ahead of next month's Intel Developer Forum to discuss some of its future products... Nehalem and Larrabee to be specific. It looks like 2009 and onwards will see all the major players fight on multiple fronts.
Today, Intel has announced what it claims is one of the biggest advancements in fundamental transistor design by using dramatically new materials to build the insulating walls and switching gates in its 45nm transistors. We have a look at what you can expect to see...