Will launch alongside 3rd Gen Threadripper.
AMD's most powerful APU gets an upgrade.
LEGO is launching a range of kits that will work in conjunction with mobile devices.
Promises to unlock the power of APUs.
James Covello recommends investors sell.
Starting off with FS1r2 laptop parts.
16-core server-oriented chips due in 2013.
Foxconn has confirmed plans to launch a pair of Nano PC devices, running either Intel or AMD processors.
AMD has announced the HSA Foundation, in partnership with ARM, TI, Imagination and others.
AMD has officially launched its first Trinity APU parts, taking aim at Intel's Ultrabook platform.
AMD has signed a deal with Green Hills to add G-Series support to the Integrity RTOS platform.
Intel's upcoming Haswell chips are rumoured to include an L4 cache layer at the top end for improved graphics performance.
Researchers at North Carolina State University have unveiled a novel GPGPU technique that can boost performance by 20 per cent.
AMD has snuck out three new FX-series processors, including its first to break the 4GHz barrier.
AMD has provided a glimpse of its processor roadmap for 2013 as part of its Financial Analyst Day.
AMD stands accused of trademark infringement by Arctic over its use of the Fusion brandname.
AMD has announced plans to rename its Fusion line to the Heterogeneous Systems Architecture, or HSA.
Zotac has officially unveiled its next-generation Zbox mini-PCs, with Intel and AMD options available.
AMD's forthcoming Bulldozer-architecture, FX-branded CPUs based on the Zambezi design will ship soon.
AMD launches its Llano APU, promising huge increases in battery life and performance for laptops.
AMD reveals some of its plans for 2012, which includes a move to 22nm transistors.
AMD discusses how to make GPGPU computing mainstream, as well as the potential for ARM CPUs.
Bulldozer allegedly looks good for a June release, with Llano following soon afterwards.
Llano looks set to offer competitive graphics performance and power consumption figures.
September 16 2019 | 14:00
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