The new Exynos 5 Octa will go up against new chips from Nvidia and Qualcomm.
If Steve Ballmer’s cameo during Qualcomm’s CES keynote didn’t make it clear enough, the chip company has a very intimate relationship with Microsoft.
Cameras mounted in cars are getting cheaper thanks to Ambarella
Marvell’s ARM-based Armada chips are used in the Lenovo TV and the Netgear NeoTV Prime with Google TV.
Broadcom’s new home gateway chips will transfer 4K video efficiently across the network and the home.
Intel says one application of perceptual computing is face recognition, for better computer security.
Intel is accelerating the launch of a chip that will make the PC more competitive against rival makers of tablet and smartphone chips.
Intel shows progress in the strategically important mobile chips market.
Based on electronics modeled after the human ear, the Audience Smart Sound Processor will enable better voice calls and speech recognition.
Mobile gaming graphics look like they’ve finally gone AAA.
The chip promises to enable great mobile games as well as cool photography applications.
Devinder Kumar has been at AMD for 28 years and is the acting CFO.
The world’s biggest chip maker signals what it will talk about at CES next week
PBS created its own show called Silicon Valley, which promises to be an informative look back at the start of the semiconductor industry.
Marvell Technology Group, best known for making chips for a wide variety of devices, is in hot water with Carnegie Mellon University
The startup was formed by three chip and security companies.
Intel announced today that it is shipping its first low-power Atom microprocessor designed specifically for a new breed of servers dubbed ”microservers.”
Making transistors smaller and smaller has enabled the computer revolution and the $1 trillion-plus electronics industry. But if some smart scientist doesn’t figure out how to make copper wires better, progress could grind to a halt.
The optimistic outlook bodes well for the tech economy.
Fujitsu Semiconductor vouches for the power-saving chip technology.
IBM says the technology is ready for commercialization, just in time for the era of Big Data.
Could Intel be Samsung’s successor for building Apple’s mobile chips?
Hint: boiling frogs has something to do with a crisis that develops over a long time.
The $150 billion semiconductor industry has a list of what it needs to make the U.S. competitive.
AMD says it is not pursuing a sale of the company or significant assets either.
New Qualcomm marketing executive says the landscape for mobile changes fast.
Nvidia’s Tegra mobile chip business is making up for weaker PC sales.
The merger marries two key chip intellectual property licensing firms.
In a breakup worthy of a celeb gossip magazine, Apple is exploring alternatives to Intel for its Mac computer chips, according to Bloomberg.
Applied Materials’ new technology will make even better displays possible.
IBM is announcing today that it has taken the first real steps toward commercial fabrication of carbon nanotubes on top of a silicon chip.
AMD’s newest series of processors have eight cores and are aimed at high-performance applications such as gaming
Guest Post AMD needs to step it up if it wants to compete against Intel and ARM chips.
AMD’s CEO Rory Read explains layoffs and the weak PC market.
As warned, AMD’s third quarter financial performance was weak as consumers waited for Windows 8 and the economy weakened.
Computer chips are currently made using ultraviolet light at 193 to 248 nanometers: literally, printed with light. Cymer and ASML are shrinking the ultraviolet laser beam down to just 13.5 nanometers.
Intel warned that Q4 is murky, but lots of new machines will debut in the quarter.