The wearable technology market is expected to grow "exponentially" in revenue and number of devices this year, forecasts market research firm Visiongain.
Chipmaker AMD has unveiled a new family of microprocessors to take on the Intel Atom in the microserver market. Formerly codenamed "Kyoto," AMD's new Opteron X-Series is a quad-core processor based on the "Jaguar" core.
Intel on Monday introduced new Sandy Bridge E5-2400 and E5-4600 processors, as well as a slew of Xeon E3 microprocessors.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company last Thursday announced that it has built an ARM-based microprocessor that has broken the 3GHz speed barrier.
Intel on Monday rolled out its third-generation Ivy Bridge version of its Core microprocessor, even as the chip company confirmed that more mainstream processors are slated to arrive soon.
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) this week unveiled the Knights Corner co-processor that it says is capable of delivering one teraflop of floating point performance. Part of a new architecture called MIC (many
Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) said this week that it is equipping a new line of servers with microprocessors that borrow traits from cellphone chips. The change in microprocessing technology for the
Intel agreed to a proposed settlement with the Federal Trade Commission that is slated to give the chip maker's rivals in the CPU, graphics and chip markets protection against anticompetitive
IBM (NYSE: IBM) yesterday announced a new mainframe that the company says represents the most significant upgrade in two decades. The zEnterprise 196 was designed to cut data center costs and
The coming weeks and months will see the launch of new six-core processors from both Intel and AMD. Indeed, the official roll-out of Intel's new 6-core "Westmere" processors is expected to take place