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When AMD chip designers sat down four years ago to etch out the Zen design, they had two things in mind: to drive up CPU performance as much as possible and to keep power efficiency stable.
Researchers want to give a 25-core open-source processor called Piton some serious bite.
Buying an autonomous car may be in your future, but make sure it has a capable chip installed so the vehicle doesn't get in trouble with the police.
Bundling Deus Ex: Mankind Divided with 6- and 8-core chips makes AMD's affordable FX series processors even more appealing. But hurry--the deal's good only through November 14.
IBM's latest Power9 chip is coming next year, and it stands out for its blazing speed and for technologies never seen in chips before.
Graphics processors with Nvidia's NVLink throughput technology have just started coming out, but a successor to the interconnect is already on its way.
ARM conquered the mobile market the day it went into Apple's first iPhone, and now it is designing high-performance chips for supercomputers.
Google's End of Life Policy sets a schedule for retiring older Chromebooks after about five years, but the details are murky. Here's what you need to know about security and feature updates
Raw horsepower is the name of the game at next week's Hot Chips show, where chip geeks will get their fill on the latest processors.
Hyundai's president confirmed his company may work with Google in developing an autonomous car because Google is not "as familiar with vehicles."
Tweaks in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update are breaking webcams left and right.
PCs may not be the sole focus at IDF anymore, but Intel's annual event still highlights the future of technology.
This week on Hardcore Hardware, five-time world champion Counter Striker: GO player Stephanie Harvey tells us what it takes be a winner.
In 2009, Apple CEO Tim Cook memorably trashed Atom-based netbooks for being "junky" hardware that underperformed. Intel's Atom chips have come a long way since, with the latest generation being the most impressive.
Hardware experts believed the last DRAM would be the current DDR4, but that's not the case, with DDR5 memory now under development.