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AMD Buys SeaMicro, Enters Server Hardware Business

Advanced Micro Devices announced Wednesday it is buying low-power server vendor SeaMicro, a surprise move that puts AMD in the systems business and disrupts Intel by acquiring one of its close partners.

Samsung Series 7 Chronos Review: Pretty Without Breaking the Bank

This model may be the perfect laptop for Windows users who lust after MacBook Pros.

How to Overclock Your Graphics Card

Overclocking your graphics card will increase performance and potentially stave off an expensive upgrade. We'll show you how to do it.

AMD Targets Ultrabooks, Shows 18mm Trinity Notebook

Super-skinny laptops will offer long battery life and smaller price tag than Intel's entries, AMD tells analysts.

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HP Envy 15 Review: A Great Laptop Marred by Serious Flaws

If HP can address a couple critical problems with the Envy 15, it will have a very desirable laptop on its hands.

Lenovo IdeaPad U400 Review: Stylish, Capable, and Affordable

High style and decent battery life highlight this all-purpose laptop, but it lacks a Blu-ray option.

AMD's Ultrathin Set to Undercut Intel Ultrabooks by $200

AMD hopes to take down Intel's Ultrabooks on price, and is set to launch its platform for thin and light laptops in June.

How to Install a CPU Cooler

A properly installed CPU cooler is essential to a stable system. We show you how to install CPU coolers on AMD and Intel processors to maximize cooling performance.

Processors: What to Expect From CPUs in 2012

What does the future hold for processors? We expect more speed and less power consumption, lurking behind unassuming code names such as Ivy Bridge, Piledriver, and Tegra 3.

Sony VAIO S Series: Mediocre Performance in a Thin, Sexy Chassis

Sony's VAIO S Series won't win any awards for performance or multimedia playback, but it's a great light laptop for a business professional.