Tuesday, 17 Nov 2015
Intel has launched its 2nd generation Xeon Phi coprocessor, codenamed Knights Landing. The company also officially announced the Omni-Path Architecture, its new, proprietary interconnect technology. Read on for more details.
Monday, 16 Nov 2015
Mr. Gene Amdahl, who was credited for his pioneering efforts in building up IBM mainframe offerings, has passed away at age 92 last week. Find out more about his contributions to modern computing after the jump.
Friday, 6 Nov 2015
According to a former AMD employee, the company is busy getting its next generation Zen CPU ready for launch! Read on for more details about its new and improved microarchitecure.
PC case manufacturer Lian Li has entered new territory with its first CPU water cooling block.
Thursday, 5 Nov 2015
Arctic is entering the liquid CPU cooling market for the first time with two high-end AIO coolers!
Monday, 19 Oct 2015
Remember Intel Curie? It’s the company’s low-powered chip that will make its debut on the upcoming Arduino 101 development board. More details after the jump!
Sunday, 18 Oct 2015
Intel is said to have assembled a team of more than 1,000 people to work on its XMM 7360 modem for future Apple iPhone models. If Intel continues to meet Apple's expectations, the former may have the opportunity to manufacture the next iPhone processor.
Wednesday, 7 Oct 2015
Curious to know how the Samsung-made 14nm A9 chip performed against the 16nm Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) chip? Well, Chinese site MyDrivers managed to obtain two Apple iPhone 6s units and ran benchmarks to determine which is better.
Thursday, 1 Oct 2015
AMD has unveiled its new 2015 line-up of mobile and desktop PRO A-series processors. The new processors boast significant improvements in graphics, compute and multi-threaded performance and are already available on systems from HP and Lenovo.
Wednesday, 30 Sep 2015
Chipworks reports that there are actually two different sized A9 processors in the Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. One of them is manufactured by Samsung while the other is built by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC).