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AMD Ultrathin Laptops to Take on Intel-Based Ultrabooks?

There is speculation that some of the AMD ultrathin laptops may make an appearance at the January CES show in Las Vegas.

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AMD Shifts Course from Intel Rivalry

After years of going up against Intel and not fairing so well, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is no longer going to focus on its long-standing rival.

AMD's 16-core Opteron Chips Arrive After Wait

After a brief delay and more than a year of chatter, Advanced Micro Devices on Monday announced the availability of its first 16-core Opteron server chips, which packs the largest number of cores available on x86 chips today.

HP Pavilion G4: 14-inch Laptop, Netbook Price

This 14-inch all-purpose laptop offers competent performance and features at a netbook-level price.

Graphics Cards: Choose the Best Board for Your Budget

Shopping for a graphics card? You have a lot to pick from. We tested the cream of the crop from AMD and Nvidia to help you find a graphics card that fits your needs.

HP Pavilion dv7 QE: A Gorgeous Laptop That Falls Short in Performance

The HP Pavilion dv7 Quad Edition is undoubtedly an attractive machine, but it struggles to match other desktop replacements' performance scores.

AMD's Bulldozer Disappoints: Why That's Good News

AMD’s FX platform may not have gotten stellar marks in PCWorld's initial performance tests, but the upside may come later.

AMD's new FX Processor, Qwikster is Dead, Memristors by 2013, and Most Useful Websites on PCWorld Podcast #126

AMD's new FX processor, formerly code-named Bulldozer, is a big disappointment. Still, at least Netflix is dropping the Qwikster idea, and HP says we'll see memristors to compete with flash drives in 2013. Also, Megan gives us a peak at her feature on the most useful site on the 'net.

My Brawny Desktop Can Whip Your Wimpy Laptop

Think the PC is dead? You are so wrong.

Sony VAIO Z Series: Ahead of Its Time, Above Your Price Limit

The new VAIO Z is a master course in cutting-edge design, but it will set you back a pretty penny. If only Sony could bring this machine to the masses.