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Signs cross-border declaration.
Depends on Bard's Tale IV sales, though.
Promises market-leading performance.
The final AMD CPU to wear the Phenom badge is put through our benchmarks.
A fully-fledged Sandy Bridge CPU for under £100.
LG unveils the Optimus 3D at Mobile World Congress.
We check out the latest version of MSI's WindPad, complete with a video and photos.
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.
We see if AMD's fastest, most overclockable CPU can topple Intel's Core i5 and Core i7 ranges.
The i7-950 has crashed in price over the last month. Is this enough to make the i7-930 obsolete?
VIA's first ever multi-core CPU part: its aptly dual-core Nano platform, gets a grilling on our test bench.
Intel finally gets around to updating the brilliant i5-750. Let's hope that hasn't broken it.
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?
Qualcomm has announced a new Snapdragon chip, featuring two 1.5GHz processing cores.
Possibly the most overclockable CPU on the planet, and it costs less than £75!
Industry sources have hinted that Intel is set to release a portable, low-power version of its desktop dual-core Atom processors designed to bring multiprocessing to netbooks.
In a race dubbed 'the core wars', manufactures are stuffing more and more cores into CPUs. While more can only be a good thing, there's little point if the software they are running can't use them. Microsoft shares with us a possible piece of the puzzle to making full use of multi-core CPUs.
Asus has confirmed rumours that it is to add to its Eee PC range of netbooks with a model featuring a built-in touchscreen, inspired by amateur modders who rolled their own.
Intel has announced that it is now shipping the dual-core 45nm Atom processor that was quietly introduced at the Intel Developer Forum in August.
Intel has quietly introduced three new processors to its lineup that are designed to target different segments of the market.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel has quietly announced the first dual-core Atom processor at IDF. It comes complete with a new motherboard that's almost the same as the last one.
Chip manufacturer Intel is advising developers to concentrate on coding for scalability, believing the future of computing lies in hundreds and thousands of processing cores.
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.
Are you looking forward to the new Intel price cuts happening on the 22nd? Yeah, we thought so - but don't look for more from AMD just yet.
Yesterday Intel released five new Core 2 processors with 1333MHz front side bus speeds. We compare the new flagship QX6850 quad-core chip, along with the E6850 and E6750, to ten other processors to find out which CPU represents the best buy at the moment.
After news trickled out over the weekend, AMD has indeed chopped prices again. You can now pick up a 6000+ for just $169.
Yesterday morning, AMD announced what is probably its final member of the K8 family. The Athlon 64 X2 6000+ is AMD's first socket AM2 processor to break through the 3GHz barrier. In the wake of AMD's latest round of price cuts, the X2 6000+ has an attractive price, but does that make it a good buy?
Weeks ahead of its official launch, AMD's last high-end Athlon 64 X2 processor has shown up on Newegg in the US.
AMD has reduced the prices on its mid-to-low end dual-core Athlon 64 processors again today.
AMD's 65nm process is progressing well, as the company has added a high-volume, low cost Brisbane processor into its lineup.
AMD has punted out a new variant in its dual-core line of chips. World at large is underwhelmed.
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...
IDF SPRING 06: Multiple cores are the order of the the day here at IDF. We've been treated to a demo of new software running on some funky new hardware, including top MMO Guild Wars and the new version of Microsoft Office.
IDF SPRING 06: With teraflops of processor power and terabytes of data storage, Intel's Chief Technology Officer believes that some interesting times are ahead.
A new chip, called Kentsfield, is going to be release at the beginning of next year. Can Intel really claw back the gaming crown from AMD?
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.
Ferrari launched its new Formula 1 car this week. Designed and tested with AMD processors, we were there to get the lowdown on the technology collaboration straight from the IT guys themselves. We grabbed some nice pictures, too.
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...
Intel's new Extreme Edition processor sports two physical cores and Hyper Threading for another two virtual cores. Is the the ultimate processor for the hardcore gamer, or is it more suited to power users? We go in-depth to find out.