Agent 47's adventures come to a close in this (mostly) excellent finale.
Rick runs down the highlights of the coming year.
Despite huge ambition, Medal of Honor's VR adventure fails to go beyond the Call of Duty.
CSI camera hits the open market.
eMachines co-founder learns to love Big Brother.
Merrifield heading to production 2H13.
Prepare for dual-processor, eight-core smartphones.
Sadly, it's mostly limited to OEM customers.
Quad-core Cortex-A15, 72-core GeForce.
Future SoCs will require far less power.
Cortex-A15 SoC to get CES or MWC launch.
Takes aim at the cloud computing, micro-server markets.
Promises 22nm tri-gate SoCs next year.
Ultra low power chips tipped for tablet devices.
$50 million deal for future Atom tech.
OoOE, four cores, LPDDR3 and Intel HD graphics.
Open-source design packs more power.
Intel's CEO has claimed ARM will go the way of VIA and Transmeta.
Intel clearly rattled by ARM's microserver push.
Could a shift to ARM outside mobile be on the cards?
AMD has detailed the changes made to Piledriver's successor Steamroller.
Samsung has released specifications for its upcoming Exynos 5 Cortex-A15-based processor.
The Kontron KTT30 features a mini-ITX design, but is it too bulky to take on VIA's rival APC?
Intel has announced the Centerton and Avoton Atom SoC parts, designed for the microserver market.
Nvidia is participating in a race to the bottom with Kai, a new reference design for a sub-$199 Tegra 3 tablet.
Start-up Algotochip has launched a service which can turn a C-code algorithm into a physical chip in just eight weeks.
December 11 2020 | 17:30
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