Intel demoes first 64-bit tablet device, commercial availability in 2014
Tablets running on Intel’s 64-bit architecture will be available in 2014.
LG’s new SoC may be called Odin
LG might include custom SoCs in its mobile devices and tablets next...
Qualcomm announces the Snapdragon 805
The next-generation Snapdragon 805 comes with 4K support and will be making...
Qualcomm could be working on a faster variant of the Snapdragon 800 chipset, with a clock speed of 2.5GHz.
Reason for cancellation unclear, but will not delay the 2014 launch of Z97.
Intel claims that Bay Trail – T will trounce Samsung’s Exynos 6 and Nvidia’s Tegra 5, but specs for these chips have yet to be officially released.
As engineering samples make their way to OEMs, more information on AMD’s first HSA supporting APU is expected soon.
An unknown Qualcomm SoC with model number APQ8084 has shown up in a benchmark, and it could be the successor to the company’s mighty Snapdragon 800 (APQ8974) chipset.
MediaTek has long been rumored to be working on an octa-core SoC, and the first leaked images of a tablet motherboard suggests that the Taiwanese semiconductor designer is close to unveiling it.
As widely expected, Intel finally officially announced the Ivy Bridge 22 nm refresh of its Xeon E5 family, the dual socket Xeon E5-26xx v2, this past week at the San Francisco IDF. While it took them longer than expected to get the new doritos out, Intel’s engineers used the extra time pretty well. First, this
Silvermont (Atom) and Haswell (Core) are great mobile-oriented microarchitectures, but will the OEMs make enough compelling designs in time for the holiday buying season?
Gigabyte has updated its BRIX mini-PC and fitted it with Intel’s dual-core hyper-threading Haswell processors, delivering “stunning visuals and edge-of-your-seat performance in an ultra-small package.”
Samsung has announced that a new version of its Exynos 5 Octa SoC will be able to operate all eight cores at the same time, making it a true “octa-core” chipset.
Bay Trail-T benchmark shows that Intel is bringing some serious competition to the mobile game.
Core i7-4820K price appears before the embargo lifts, Taiwanese retailer listing the chip for $380 ($11,390 TWD)
How does AMD’s final 8-core FX salvo compare with Intel’s 22nm enthusiast 6-core flagship?
VR-Zone had a chat with Qualcomm’s Senior Vice President of Product Management Raj Talluri about trends in the mobile sector.
Although it’s technically not yet confirmed, it’s no longer a national secret that Nokia is working on a 6-inch “phablet”. Codenamed “Bandit”, the big guy is reportedly headed for AT&T and could be the first WP8-based device to come with a full HD screen and quad-core CPU in tow.