The rumours about Intel's upcoming Ivy Bridge processors never seem to take a pause these days and the latest ones are suggesting that Intel is considering reducing its pricing to its partners. This is not the kind of move you'd expect from Intel at the launch of a new processor family and we'll see how
There are conflicting reports about Haswell graphics speedup above the Ivy Bridge one, which one may turn true?
Update: Launch date has been added. With the lengthy delays finally behind us on Intel's Cedar Trail platform and several netbooks having now reached retail using the N2600 Atom core, we're hearing of Intel's plans to roll in another desktop part to co-exist alongside the still scarce D2500 and D2700 Cedar View units.
During the Mobile World Congress next week we should see several handsets launch based on Qualcomm's new Snapdragon S4 SoC, previously known under the name of Krait. Just ahead of the show benchmarks of the new chip have been published that gives us a good insight as to what to expect from this year's Qualcomm
We've already seen Intel's first Medfield Atom SoC, the Z2460 which was announced at IDF back in October; however, this chip was designed specifically for Smartphones. Details of what should be Intel's second Medfield chip has now come to light and it should be known as the Atom Z2610 and it looks like Intel will
Remember that article from the other day that made some people panic as Intel might've delayed Ivy Bridge to June? Well, there's no need to be worried if you're planning on getting a new desktop system, as none of the desktop parts that were originally meant to launch have been delayed and on the mobile side, only
A leaked slide reveals AMD is preparing to release three new Zambezi based FX CPUs with 95W TDP – FX-8140, FX-6120 and FX-4150.
In a move to help not only to shift the notebook makers stock, but also its own, it looks like Intel will delay its mass market launch of mobile Ivy Bridge processors from April to June. Apparently Sandy Bridge based notebooks haven't sold as well as expected and a lot of inventory is still stuck
VIA has teamed up with a company called Tensilica to license its Xtensa dataplane processors – or DPUs as the company calls them – to create its own SSD controller. Tensilica is a company that develops IP for customizable RISC cores – much like an FPGA in some ways – as well as a wide
By now it's pretty clear that LTE is the next generation of mobile wireless connectivity technology for smartphones and tablets, but so far there has been a shortage of SoCs with integrated LTE support and apparently Renesas Electronics thinks it's found a good entry point into what is a very competitive market. In all fairness,
While the Core i7 3960X was based on an 8-core die with 2 cores disabled, the just announced entry level Socket 2011 CPU, the Core i7 3820, is based on a different die. Intel will also offer 4-core Xeons based on the same smaller die. Any implications?
Ah yes, we're getting close to Intel's unveiling of Ivy Bridge and now we know what to expect from at least some of the Core i3 models that should be launching sometime next quarter. Details of five upcoming Ivy Bridge Core i3 processors had shown up online with full specifications in tow.
Ivy Bridge is still a month and a half out, yet details of Intel's 2013 platform keeps leaking like there's no tomorrow. The latest leak gives us a much better idea as to what to expect from the Lynx Point chipset, or the Intel 8-series as it will be known when it arrives sometime in
We're not sure about the exact background, but news has reached us that Qualcomm has delayed some of its upcoming Snapdragon SoC's by a quarter or more. Most products for this year aren't affected though, so it doesn't appear to be an issue with Qualcomm's foundry partner(s).
AKIBA PC has reported that Intel's Core i7-3820 processor has been spotted for purchase in Japan with a price tag of 25,000 Yen, converting over to about US $322.
Further to the previously leaked roadmap, DonanimHaber has now leaked a slide which reveals detailed specitications for the previously leaked desktop SKUs.
Intel has settled a lawsuit with the New York Attorney General that alleged it violated US and state antitrust laws, with the chip giant making a token payment of $6.5 million to cover legal costs.
While AMD released general public roadmaps at the recent Financial Analyst Day, details and branding were omitted. A more detailed slide has now leaked online, covering branding for upcoming Trinity, Brazos 2.0 and Vishera SKUs for desktops in 2012.
Intel's latest roadmap has leaked online, which confirms Haswell for H1 2013 and reveals a tentative release date between March and June 2013.
Continuing in the tradition of overclocking competitions, overclocking enthusiast community HWBOT is launching a new competition, this time sponsored by Gigabyte.