chips

Review: AMD Ryzen Threadripper

Review: AMD Ryzen Threadripper

AMD rips Intel a new one at the high end of the CPU world
By Bennett Ring Oct 4 2017, 12:24PM
Google might ditch Intel for its own server chips

Google might ditch Intel for its own server chips

Might swap Intel server chips for custom ARM-based processors.
By Shona Ghosh Dec 16 2013, 11:19AM
Intel opens foundry to ARM-based chips

Intel opens foundry to ARM-based chips

Intel will build chips based on ARM designs at its own foundry, after sealing an agreement with component manufacturer Altera.
By Shona Ghosh Oct 31 2013, 10:51AM
Review: AMD Trinity

Review: AMD Trinity

Intel-beating gaming power helps to make Trinity superb value for money
By Mike Jennings Jan 16 2013, 10:18AM
Nvidia slammed as 'worst hardware company'

Nvidia slammed as 'worst hardware company'

Linux founder flips off partner.
By Staff Writers Jun 19 2012, 8:50AM
AMD launches 16-core chips for cloudy goodness

AMD launches 16-core chips for cloudy goodness

The 16-core chips should benefit cloud users looking for scalability and efficiency.
By Tom Brewster Nov 15 2011, 10:13AM
IBM has chips for brains

IBM has chips for brains

IBM has unveiled a set of computer chips designed to replicate the way in which human brains operate.
By Tom Brewster Aug 19 2011, 9:25AM
One million ARM chips to mimic 1% of the brain

One million ARM chips to mimic 1% of the brain

Steve Furber works with old firm ARM to develop SpiNNaker computer for brain research
By Nicole Kobie Jul 9 2011, 9:13AM
Intel launches Oak Trail tablet chips

Intel launches Oak Trail tablet chips

Fights ARM dominance.
By Jennifer Scott Apr 12 2011, 8:42AM
Graphene chips promise fan-free computing

Graphene chips promise fan-free computing

Computers built around chips made of graphene – a wonder material touted as a replacement for silicon – could run without fans, according to researchers at the University of Illinois.
By Stewart Mitchell Apr 5 2011, 8:50AM
Chopped up chips could change camera landscape

Chopped up chips could change camera landscape

"Inexact hardware" could suit camera and media applications.
By Stewart Mitchell Mar 18 2011, 8:54AM
Intel anti-theft technology lets admins deliver "poison pill"

Intel anti-theft technology lets admins deliver "poison pill"

Second gen Intel Core vPro technology provides the ability to send a "poison pill" either via the internet or through an encrypted, authenticated text message to disable a lost or stolen PC
By Tom Brewster Mar 10 2011, 9:47AM
Light speed ahead with 1Tbit/sec chips

Light speed ahead with 1Tbit/sec chips

Short on bandwidth? A company is claiming to have created a trillion bits per second photonic chip
By Stewart Mitchell Mar 2 2011, 9:12AM
Graphics chips break supercomputing speed barrier

Graphics chips break supercomputing speed barrier

Nvidia GPUs make Chinese number cruncher top of the petaflops
By Stewart Mitchell Oct 29 2010, 12:09PM
Silicon technology failing against laws of physics

Silicon technology failing against laws of physics

Silicon technology is fast reaching the limits of atomic engineering and the industry is going to need a revolution in design in the coming years.
By Iain Thomson Jul 14 2010, 9:11AM
Computex 2010: Intel reveals new Atom chips

Computex 2010: Intel reveals new Atom chips

Intel has announced Oak Trail processors for tablets and Canoe Lake for ultra-thin netbooks.
By Daniel Robinson Jun 2 2010, 8:08AM
Intel-Micron goes to market with 25nm Nand

Intel-Micron goes to market with 25nm Nand

The joint venture of Intel and Micron has begun the commercial release of its 25nm Nand flash memory chips.
By Shaun Nichols May 19 2010, 6:50PM
Intel takes on ARM with Atom chips for smartphones

Intel takes on ARM with Atom chips for smartphones

Intel claims the Atom Z6xx chips outperform ARM devices and deliver long battery life. Also, demos show it running Quake 3
By Daniel Robinson May 6 2010, 8:43AM
Elpida develops 4Gb SDRAM

Elpida develops 4Gb SDRAM

Denser than not-very-dense memory.
By The Inquirer Apr 23 2010, 10:36AM
Samsung builds world’s first 20nm semiconductor chips

Samsung builds world’s first 20nm semiconductor chips

Tiny is the name of Samsung's game...
By The Inquirer Apr 20 2010, 9:41AM