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COMPUTEX 09: Despite Intel giving us the smiles yesterday, bit-tech has seen confirmed roadmaps of the future of Core i7.
AMD has broken through the 1GHz barrier for the first time with its RV790 GPU. It has now released a factory overclocked version of the Radeon HD 4890.
Nvidia said that it is aggressively ramping production on three new GPUs based on TSMC's 40nm manufacturing node.
OCZ announces that its PCI-E Z-Card SSDs have gone into production, with capacities of up to 1TB, although the 1TB model costs £2,640.34.
AMD has annouced that it is to cut CPU production to below demand, to create shortages and avoid a backlog of parts building up in the channel.
Intel will question AMD over its foundary spin-off because it could effectively invalidate its x86 cross-licensing agreement.
Intel, Samsung Electronics and TSMC have collectively agreed to push forwards with plans to move to 450mm wafer production starting in 2012.
Solar power specialists Nanosolar have announced mass-production of cheap-ish panels, and if you're desperate you can even get one on eBay.
IDF FALL 07: Otellini showed off the world's first working 32nm chip and says Intel is on track for volume production to start in 2009.
Sony plans to break even on the PlayStation 3 by March 2008 apparently, thanks to reduced production costs and a smaller chip size.
IDF SPRING 2007: Richard delves deeper into the world of DDR3 production and comes out with some new answers...
AMD's Vijay Sharma has squashed rumours that R600 would be switched to a 65nm process because of serious current leakage. He also confirmed that the company's AGP bridge chip works with R600 family GPUs, too.
It turns out that AMD's first 45 nanometre processors won't be far behind Intel's first 45nm Penryn processors.
The Japanese company is stopping the production of GD-ROM discs for the Dreamcast.
We check out some shots of the HTPC-a-like PS3 dev kit, and Sony reveals that PS3 production hasn't started yet.
A report in a Chinese-language newspaper suggests that Sony's upcoming PlayStation 3 console has completed its first batch of production in readiness for the mid-November launch.
We track the progress of a motherboard from the start of the production line to the finish. See how it gets soldered, coppered, scanned, tested, etched and polished off.
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