After a boom in cryptocurrency mining, AMD's GPU business gets back to normal.
Desktop PC monitors supporting the new standard could arrive in six to 12 months.
The chip maker will bring native Android support to a 20-nm, 64-bit ARM processor next year
AMD has unveiled a bold new plan to bridge the worlds of x86 and ARM through a development effort called Project Skybridge.
AMD showed off "Seattle," its first ARM chips for servers. But more important was AMD's announcement of "SkyBridge," which will bring together ARM and AMD's traditional X86 chips.
The new chips perform real-time analysis on the types of apps you’re using and provide just enough power to run them optimally.
AMD's market share rose to 16.9 percent during the first quarter of 2014.
AMD's latest cards now come with up to three free games.
AMD says Intel's tablet maker subsidy program is "foreign" to the company.
AMD also reported strong demand for its new Radeon GPUs, but CPU sales continued to drop along with the PC market itself.
And they aren't soldered to the motherboard like Intel's competing Bay Trail chips.