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Intel needs to build PC buzz at IDF, say analysts

Intel needs to generate a lot of excitement at its annual developer conference this week -- not just around the company but around the whole PC industry.

Struggling Sharp slashes employee salaries by up to 10 percent

Japan's Sharp said Tuesday it will slash employee salaries by up to 10 percent from next month, in a round of cost-cutting that will save it about US$180 million...

Early ARM 64-bit prototype servers could come by year's end

Early prototype 64-bit ARM servers could be available for testing purposes by the end of this year or possibly at the latest by the middle of next year, ARM said...

AMD's new SeaMicro server talks to 5-petabyte storage cluster

Advanced Micro Devices has launched the first new products from its SeaMicro acquisition earlier this year, including a server that can be linked to a massive...

Intel tying server chips to fabric for cloud computing, HPC

Intel on Monday said it is developing high-performance server chips that in the future will serve up faster results from cloud services or data-intensive...

Intel's Otellini: 'I don't think there is a tablet- or phone-centric world'

On the eve of his developer's conference, Intel's CEO explains why traditional computers are king, and cautions 'the ARM guys have to live under the same laws of physics that we do.'

Intel to push mobility in fractured PC, tablet market

Intel will make a major mobile push at the upcoming Intel Developer Forum as the company tries to remain relevant in a tablet/smartphone world.

Intel cuts its Q3 revenue forecast by about $1 billion

Poor sales of PCs to enterprises and emerging markets are forcing Intel to cut its forecast for the third quarter.

Quanta to ship low-power Atom server by year's end

Quanta QCT on Thursday announced a new low-power cloud server based on Intel's upcoming Atom processor code-named Centerton, and said the server would ship by...

TSMC's 450mm wafer production to start in 2018, following delays

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) plans to start using 450-millimeter wafers to build its processors in 2018, following delays in the development of...

New Intel Core I7 Extreme Edition chip cracks 3GHz barrier

Intel has started shipping 21 new processors for laptops and desktops, including a new Core i7 chip with a base clock speed of 3GHz, a new high for the company's...

Amazon, Motorola, Nokia to Battle Apple with Tech Announcements

Nokia and Microsoft are expected to kick off the season September 5 by announcing a high-end Lumia phone, probably with a new version of Windows Phone OS.

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IBM and Oracle Present Rival Chips for 'big Iron' Servers

IBM and Oracle shared more details this week about new RISC chips they're building for server customers, the Power7+ in the case of IBM and the T5 for Oracle.