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The new GPUs are faster, consume less power, and promise to make games more realistic.
Intel sweeps its Broadwell microprocessors under the floor at IDF, and pushes Skylake as the next big thing. If you're going to buy a PC next year, maybe you should wait a bit.
As its Intel Developer Forum (IDF) kicked off, Intel presented its broad vision of processing data from wearables up through the data center.
Wireless charging will be common in laptops in a few years, much like wireless communications are today, Intel says.
Intel formally launches its Core M chips for notebooks and tablets, the first wave of its new Broadwell generation of chips. Expect dramatic improvements in performance and battery life, Intel says.
AMD's new FX-series processors aim to compete with Intel’s Core i5/i3 series processors.
Aimed at gamers, content creators, and PC enthusiasts, new chip boasts 2.6 billion transistors; supports DDR4 memory.
Samsung says the first applications for the new modules will be in enterprise servers.
If you thought Project Tango's image-processing chops were pretty cool, the successor chip, called Myriad 2, is 5 to 25 times faster, making it adept at creating 3D objects and other complex visual stunts. The company starts shipping samples this week.
Everyone wants their web search results faster. At the Hot Chips conference, Microsoft and Baidu showed how reprogrammable chips drastically accelerated search performance, good news for end users and for overtaxed data centers.
The 64-bit "Denver" derivative of Nvidia's Tegra K1 processor has yet to ship, but Nvidia released some early benchmarks of its performance at the Hot Chips conference.
Intel will reveal new chips at the IFA conference next month, the company said. The world is expecting Broadwell chips to be the headline news, but it appears that businesses aren't waiting for the new CPUs to arrive.
The company used phase change memory and developed its own low-latency interface software.