Intel has announced plans to launch the Larrabee-based MIC hardware as the Xeon Phi.
AMD has given a public demonstration of its Llano accelerated processing unit.
Intel finally shows off Sandy Bridge publicly, and claims it's faster than a quad-core Core i7
Raw performance figures for AMD's Fusion CPU have leaked online.
We've learnt Intel's upcoming Sandy Bridge CPUs might have some serious OC issues.
We take a look at how Intel crams so much whizz-bang in such a small space
Get DX11 gaming on your thin and light laptop, as AMD shows its new Fusion CPUs for the first time.
AMD to deliver Fusion CPU+GPU to OEMs this year and to shops in 2011, still persisting with single-die design
An exclusive set of details on Intel's next generation, Socket LGA1155 CPUs. Yes, 1155.
The consumer graphics Larrabee part Intel was planning for 2010 has been cancelled. Surprised? No, us neither.
In the first of a regular series of articles looking at the giants of the tech industry, we focus on Nvidia - it's had a torrid time over the past 18 months, but in the past, it's always come back stronger when under pressure, so what does the future hold this time for Nvidia?
Comments from industry sources have it that Intel has stepped up plans for its 32nm Clarkdale chips, moving mass production from 2010 to the last quarter of this year.
Toshiba says it's now sampling the world's first 32nm NAND flash memory, which will lead to higher density USB drives.
Intel hasn't announced the 3.33GHz Core i7 Extreme 975, but the processor has appeared for sale on a number of UK retail sites today.
After being pictured with a wafer at IDF in China, bit-tech calculates how big Pat Gelsinger's new Larrabee core will be.
AMD claims that business isn't run on benchmarks, and describes Intel's Nehalem architecture as "the sincerest form of flattery".
In a talk at GDC, games programmer Mike Abrash claims that Larrabee can be more efficient at rasterisation tasks than traditional GPUs.
Caustic Graphics claims that its new ray tracing accelerators could speed up ray tracing by up to 200x.
SanDisk has announced that it has perfected a 32nm die shrink that will allow for chips carrying 4GB of data each to be squeezed into a microSD card form factor.
As if the demonstration of the world’s first 32nm process technology wasn’t enough, Intel has also announced a treasure chest of new products.
Intel has demonstrated the world's first 32nm processors and announed massive plans for its latest process technology.
Intel's new, revolutionary CPU architecture has arrived and inevitably we take a deep dive into its workings and design to find what makes this tock, tick.
Well, that's the word in Taiwan anyway, however some are saying Intel might push it back..
Nvidia won't have it's own SLI chipset when Nehalem launches, but there will be some X58 boards that support SLI.
Floating Body Cells (FBC) are the new candidates for cache SRAM memory, as well new Strain-Enhanced Transistors for 45nm products.
Intel announces some more details on Nehalem at the VLSI Symposia 2008 conference that should whet your appetite ahead of the fourth quarter release schedule.
COMPUTEX 2008: Usually very coy to show unreleased products, Intel is so confident in Nehalem it's already showing off X58 boards.
COMPUTEX 2008: We're out in Taipei visiting companies ahead of next week's Computex 2008 tradeshow. We've snagged some pics of baby Nehalem and a very early MSI X58 board.
Intel, Samsung Electronics and TSMC have collectively agreed to push forwards with plans to move to 450mm wafer production starting in 2012.
It's almost three years since we last interviewed David Kirk, Nvidia's Chief Scientist. And with everything going on in the industry right now, it was a great time to catch up with him to find out where he sees the industry going and how Nvidia will be part of that.
Intel is entering into a partnership with high-performance computing legends Cray to create a next-generation supercomputer - and it could well be Nehalem-based.
Tom Forsyth, a software engineer working on Intel's Larrabee project, has said that rasterisation is not dead. Larrabee's primary focus for graphics is rasterisation.
Big Blue is working on a solid-state storage system which uses nanowires to store vast amounts of data with no moving parts and unlimited write cycles.
Nvidia recently held its annual Analyst's Day and, following some comments from Intel at the recent IDF in Shanghai, proceedings were a little unconventional. Nvidia CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, took the gloves off and went for the jugular - read onto see his vision of the future.
Intel is already on the prowl for board partners for its upcoming Larrabee-based 'visual computing' products.
AMD has announced plans to cull ten percent of its global workforce in response to slower than expected sales across its entire product range.
IDF SPRING 08: Director of Intel Research, Andrew Chien, talked with bit-tech about the future of ray tracing and its chances of making it to the big time.
IDF SPRING 08: Pat Gelsinger kicked off IDF this morning with talk about how he believes Larrabee will change the visual computing industry.
IDF SPRING 08: Intel's researchers talked about a new parallel programming model called Ct - it's designed to make threading exceptionally easy.
IDF SPRING 08: We're out in Shanghai, where Intel will spend a lot of this week's Developer Forum talking about its Atom processors.
Penryn will be around for a while yet and the pressure will be off AMD and ATI as Intel might launch most Nehalems in mid 2009.
Eight cores, tri-channel DDR3, lots of cache and an IGP - it's all happening for Nehalem it seems. But if you want SLI, Intel might make you pay more...
IDF FALL 07: Gelsinger has revealed that Westmere is Nehalem's successor. It's an evolution of the Nehalem design and will include a few refinements.
IDF FALL 07: Intel says it will propel integrated graphics performance by a factor of ten by 2010. Will this be enough to take on Fusion?
IDF FALL 07: Intel CEO Paul Otellini unveiled the company's next generation architecture during his keynote this morning. Say hello to Nehalem.
Intel sat down and talked to us about the future of its 45nm processors, Penryn and Nehalem, and the outcome was very surprising indeed!