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AMD slates first ARM server chip, 'Seattle,' for 2014

AMD's "Seattle" chip, the first from the chipmaker to be built around an ARM cores, will sample early in 2014.

Latest AMD processor runs at 5GHz

Targeting gaming and multimedia enthusiasts, AMD announced a 5GHz processor at E3 in Los Angeles.

Latest AMD processor runs at 5GHz

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Targeting gaming and multimedia enthusiasts, AMD announced a 5GHz processor at E3 in Los Angeles.

AMD announces a 5GHz microprocessor, but few will care

AMD pushes its AMD FX-9000 chip to 5GHz, a new high for the industry.

AMD breaks from Windows exclusivity, adopts Android and Chrome OS

After years of Windows OS exclusivity, Advanced Micro Devices is opening the door to design chips to run Google's Android and Chrome OS in PCs and tablets.

AMD's next-generation chip code-named Kaveri

AMD hopes to bridge gap between Xbox, PlayStation and PCs

AMD wants to work with programmers to write applications portable across gaming consoles and PCs.

AMD fires back at Intel's Haswell with its A-Series desktop processors

AMD has launched its latest A-series APUs, which integrate powerful graphics and microprocessor technology to take on Intel's latest microprocessor, Haswell.

AMD's Open Board with Quanta

AMD bridges road to ARM with new low-power x86 server chips

Advanced Micro Devices had no plans to release low-power x86 server chips until the release of its ARM-based servers in 2014, but sagging server fortunes have changed the company's direction.

AMD is willing to embrace Android

Advanced Micro Devices has opened the door to embrace Google's Android operating system, but said it would continue to focus on Windows with its upcoming tablet and laptop chips.

AMD reveals next-gen mobile CPUs, claims unprecedented graphics performance

Temash, Kabini, and Richland processors promise graphics performance on par with current-generation discrete GPUs.

MSI's GX70 gaming laptop sports AMD's fresh, new flagship APU and GPU

It's official: AMD's next generation of notebook technology is here.