AMD goes APU only after 2015, according to a leaked roadmap.
Specifications on AMD’s upcoming A10-7850K and A10-7700K APUs hit the web.
AMD’s Andrew Feldman shares why working with Intel was challenging and why AMD wasn’t a loser in a recent major SeaMicro deal in an interview with VR-Zone.
Overall graphics chip shipments were up compared to last quarter, but down compared to the same quarter last year.
Sony is selling its latest console a meager $18 markup.
AMD shared more nitty-gritty details of its upcoming API and announced more developer support at its APU conference, but its proprietary nature is still its defining problem.
AMD makes a caveat on bundle promise in emails to the press.
Intel’s 14 nm Cherry Trail-T promises higher burst frequency, faster memory interface and support for more RAM. Will it be a Mullins and Beema killer?
With a new $500 million credit line and questions if its profitability is sustainable, layoffs may be on the horizon.
Playstation R&D boss makes the case for using a tried and true technology at AMD’s APU conference.
2014 followup to Kabini and Temash announced at APU13 conference in San Jose.
Is there a clear winner or loser of this year’s GPU war?
AMD confirms Kaveri launch date and shares details on the APU’s specs at opening keynote of #APU13 in San Jose.
VR-Zone reviews AMD’s Radeon R290.
As engineering samples make their way to OEMs, more information on AMD’s first HSA supporting APU is expected soon.
Despite repeated assurances that Kaveri is a 2013 product, albeit with a tricky caveat, new information obtained by VR-Zone shows the APU is on track for a 2014 launch.
Can it take on Nvidia’s Titan?
Developer and Oculus Rift CTO is critical of AMD’s upcoming API.
AMD’s third-quarter results beat analyst expectations, but its PC business continues to shrink leading to a dip in share price.
Origin PC CEO denies claims that Nvidia paid for AMD to be dropped, maintains that sales and technical support difficulties were the reason for “going green”.