Intel’s CoreM (formerly known as Broadwell) chips may have been late to the party, but according to recent information the x86 chip manufacturing giant is now on the money in the 14-nanometer ramp up to profitable yield margins.
AMD is reportedly bringing a 20-nanometer chip to this year’s Xbox, and you’ve got to wonder in Play Station won’t be far behind in adopting the technology.
Intel Broadwell critics swallowing their tongues as chip review shows 14-nanometer die shrink met its specs
Independent analysis of the Intel’s 14-nanometer Broadwell (CoreM) chip indicates that it is meeting all of its promised design criteria, notes Chipworks.
Google believes that thousands of magnetic nanoparticles rolling around your bloodstream can find what ails you.
Cogent Computer Systems has announced the integration of AMD’s quad-core Jaguar-plus cores with on-chip graphics in its new CSB1790 System on Module board.
Forest was quoted just a few weeks ago as critical of the future of ARM chips in a server setting, but at AMD he will probably to called upon to sell those chips.
The reviews of the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro, the first consumer product with Intel’s (formerly Broadwell) Core M chips are coming in as a mixed bag,
While perhaps the specs won’t be enough for the embedded developer, they should go plenty in depth for most gamers.
Fitbit just unveiled three new devices, but only one may be out in time for the holiday, which isn’t bothering the company CEO a bit, according to BetaWired.
Intel appears set for increased sales of its Education tablets, even he takes a bit of a stranglehold in the Chromebook and notebook markets.