Newest members of AMD’s A-series lineup available on January 14.
Revenge for Montreal: GPU rivals book CES events at the same hotel in Las Vegas to steal each others’ thunder.
“Seattle” will be the first chip from AMD to use ARMv8.
AMD: ‘some degree of performance variability’ expected between Radeon R9 290X press and sample cards
PowerTune gets the blame for differences in performance of press and retail cards.
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.