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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.
The number of businesses adopting 'Internet of things' technology continues to grow
Brain Corporation's BrainOS is designed to do away with complex programming to train robots to do specific tasks.
The Silent Power mini-PC and its innovative cooling solution is eye-catching, but its independent crowdfunding campaign raises some red flags.
Want to read your smartphone, but forgot your glasses? MIT researchers may have you covered.
A vibration-harvesting power supply and a chip architecture for low-power communications are the latest entries
Starting next year, tablets with Allwinner's new chip could sell for $250, analyst says
AMD reports a loss after debt repayments are factored in, and CPU shipments decline. However, the company is still being buoyed by game consoles.
Intel's Broadwell chips will result in PC-replacement tablets thinner than the iPad
Intel executives said Tuesday that while the company has begun shipping its Broadwell chip, its follow-on, Skylake, could slip as a result.