The Toshiba AT10LE-A could be the world's first ever tablet with a Tegra 4 processor inside. The thing has been in the rumor mill a couple of times before and has been spotted earlier today getting FCC certified.
Mediatek's updated MT6589T ('T' is for Turbo) chipset which can be found on the newly launche UMI X2 Turbo gets benchmarked, shows promising results.
With Mediatek's popular flagship MT6589 quad core chipset having as many as three models, we prepared a short guide to point out the most significant differences between the three.
Intel introduced its first new mobile core since 2008 on Tuesday, dubbed Silvermont. Intel is hoping the chip will be its ARM-killer.
AMD's stock is on the rise because of Wall Street's faith in Jaguar and hUMA. But are two technological wins enough to keep the company afloat?
Intel's enthusiast grade Ivy Bridge-E CPUs based on their 22nm 3D Tri-gate transistors is due sometime in September 2013.
It seems Samsung's implementation of ARM's new big.LITTLE heterogeneous computing architecture isn't entirely what people (and perhaps Samsung too) hoped it would be.
MediaTek, a company best known for powering low cost devices with their chipsets has announced a new member to their portfolio. Enter the new Mediatek MT6572 dual-core ARM SoC.
A compatibility issue may prevent systems with older or bargain basement power supply units from utilizing the improved C6/7 low power states that come with the Haswell Shark Bay platform.
Intel’s 4th Generation Core Processors (Haswell) launch date officially revealed – Computex Taipei 2013
Just moments ago, Intel posted a countdown teaser on their social media channels revealing the nanoseconds left (3,337,200,000,000,000) till the launch of Haswell, which falls during the annual technology showcase in Taiwan – Computex Taipei 2013.
Rumour has it that AMD has a 5GHz chip in the works based on its 'Piledriver-Vishera' architecture. Will this edge be enough to help turn the company around?
NASA and the US Air Force Research Laboratory have joined forces in the search for a next-generation processor to power the spacecraft computing needs of the future.
By 2017 it's predicted that Microsoft will compete with iOS for the second most popular operating system. As Android grows at an explosive pace, will Microsoft become obsolete?
Too bad that Intel is having no significant competition on the server/workstation front, so no need to rush either – the Ivy Bridge based Xeon E5 and E7 processors are finally rolling out towards the end this year, but with more cores than originally expected. Meanwhile, the Xeon Phi MIC/co-processor/accelerator gets segmented into more SKUs
Intel has announced several new tools for game developers at the Game Developers Conference 2013 in San Francisco.
At the 2013 Mobile World Congress, AMD has revealed their new Temash SoC (System On a Chip). Temash is a quad core APU using the Jaguar architecture and is designed for use in tablets and hybrid PCs. With integrated Radeon HD graphics, powerful tablets on par with laptops are just around the corner.
Intel has announced an array of new mobile processors and an LTE solution at the Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona.
Intel has unveiled a slew of new mobile products at CES 2013, with Atom-powered smartphones, Ultrabooks that consume even less power than before, and all-in-one computers with a battery built right into the screen.
The ‘End of the World’ year came to an end, is the next one going to be the end of PC CPUs? Not yet! Although, there might not be many launches to speak of…
Sometimes in the next 18 months, Intel will power the world's most powerful supercomputer. Consisted out of approximately 100,000 Ivy Bridge-EP based Xeon E5's and 100,000 Xeon Phi boards (Knights Landing), the Chinese supercomputer should be the world's most powerful, reaching no less than 100 PFLOPS of compute power.