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Intel to ship Galileo Gen2 open-source computer in August for $60

Intel's competitor to the Raspberry Pi could be used to create robots, 3D printers, wearables.

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Wireless could come to more Arduino boards with Atmel buy

Chip maker Atmel agrees to buy Newport Media and its wireless technologies for $140 million.

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Intel will make chips for Panasonic's audiovisual systems

Panasonic's TVs and stereos may look and sound better with Intel's 14-nanometer, 3D chips

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IBM to present the incredible shrinking supercomputer

IBM wants to shrink its Watson server to the size of a pizza box

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ARM to ship mini-computer for writing 64-bit Android L apps

ARM wants to boost its 64-bit hardware and software efforts with a new Android developer board. But it's also never shipped actual hardware before.

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Android TV gives Intel a new shot at the market after previous failures

The partnership with Google makes sense, analysts say, and allows Intel to enter the TV market without supplying content.

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China sets out to become global leader in chip manufacturing

China wants to encourage more investment in its local chip-making industry

MIT turns to experimental 36-core chips and 'shadow networks' in quest for speed

The chip reduces the number of cycles it takes to execute a task, boosting overall performance

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Micron's revolutionary Hybrid Memory Cube tech is 15 times faster than today's RAM

Micron's Hybrid Memory Cube, which stacks memory modules, is 15 times faster than DDR3 and also more power efficient

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Meet Knight's Landing: Intel's most powerful chip ever is overflowing with cutting-edge technologies

Intel's Knights Landing, which has new memory and interconnect technology, will be in supercomputers by the middle of 2015

Nvidia abandons 64-bit Denver chip for servers

Nvidia cancels plans to develop a 64-bit ARM chip for servers as questions linger about the viability of such products

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Looking beyond iPhone, ARM 64-bit chips get into servers with GPUs

Small server makers Cirrascale and E4 Engineering will be the first to ship 64-bit ARM servers

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Google looks to the day when it can quit building its own servers

At some point, your infrastructure will look just like Google's, according to a senior executive at the search giant.