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At the ISSCC conference in San Francisco, AMD announces more details surrounding its Carrizo microprocessor, including exactly how it improves battery life over the prior generation, Kaveri.
Nvidia was hit with a class action lawsuit Thursday that claims it misled customers about the capabilities of the GTX 970, which was released in September.
The first premier mobile chips based on Qualcomm's internal architecture will ship for testing by the end of the year.
Talk all you want about the self-driving car, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang. Nvidia's fourth-quarter numbers show that the company will be built on PC gaming for many years to come.
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ARM debuts its fastest mobile chip ... SAP puts entire enterprise suite on Hana ... Hack cost Sony $15 million ... and more news
ARM, the CPU company that powers virtually all smartphones, announces the Cortex A-72 chip design as well as a new graphics core.
Intel buys Lantiq for communications push ... next-gen Raspberry Pi gets Windows 10 ... Pirate Bay pops up again ... and more
The fifth-generation Core processors include new tech to free workplaces from unsightly wires, and make docking and authentication easier, too.
Some gamers noticed issues when Nvidia's bargain priced GTX 970 tried to use more than 3.5GB of RAM. Here's why.
Here's what Intel stands for, according to CEO Brian Krzanich's new vision statement: smart, connected devices. And it's arguably struggling to meet that goal. But you know what? It doesn't matter.
The record fourth quarter occurred in spite of with flat or negative growth in PC, mobile, and Internet of Things businesses.
AMD's new "Carrizo" notebook chip platform will offer one of the largest increases in overall PC battery life in all of AMD's history, executives say.
A trio of top AMD executives are no longer with the company, including chip chief John Byrne, as newly-appointed CEO Lisa Su moves AMD forward.
If Intel’s vision for the future of computing takes hold, the chip inside wearables will be the size of a button and its 3D depth-sensing RealSense camera will help with chores and give eyes to drones.
Intel's smallest ever wearable computer was almost invisible to the eye during a CES keynote.