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Qualcomm wants to bring 'brains' to smartphones, tablets

The company wants to load mobile devices with its Zeroth processor, which is being designed to mimic a human brain.

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AMD's 2014 mobile roadmap is built around low power, security logic

If you're interested in buying an AMD-based notebook or tablet in 2014, you'll need to know three code names: Kaveri, plus the new Beema and Mullins chips.

Prototype HDMIPi LCD monitor kit

Raspberry Pi inspires an LCD monitor effort on Kickstarter

The monitor, called the HDMIPi, will include an LCD panel that will show images at a resolution of 1280 by 800 pixels and could cost only $100.

Six reasons you still need a desktop PC

When it comes to productivity, power, and expandability, the old war horse still can't be beat.

Bay Trail chips to speed up Lenovo's next ThinkPad Tablet

The ThinkPad Tablet product line is based on the Windows OS, and the new, hopefully speedier, tablet will likely come with Windows 8.1, Lenovo said.

ARM servers with 64-bit Calxeda chips to ship next year

Low-power servers running on Calxeda's 64-bit ARM chip will be available a year from now, Calxeda said.

Broadcom to cut 1,150 jobs in restructuring

Broadcom said the restructuring is aimed at cutting costs as well as better focusing the company’s spending on key initiatives.

New ARM embedded chip architecture aimed at cars, hospitals, factories

A new ARM architecture for embedded chips could boost the power and precision of systems used in a variety of products, including car brakes, medical devices, and factory systems.

PCs using Intel's Broadwell processor expected in second half of 2014

Remarks attributed to Intel's chief executive officer say that Intel's next-generation processor will launch in the second half of 2014.

Intel delays Broadwell chips for PCs and hybrids

Intel ran into some problems with the 14-nanometer process used to manufacture the chips and will have to fix them before it can resume production, CEO Brian Krzanich said Tuesday.