Kaby Lake desktop chips have dropped at last. Here's a quick peek at what you can expect from Intel's new seventh-generation processor.
Intel starts the 2017 with a bang as it unleashes its full range of Kaby Lake, 7th gen Core processors, for the mobile and desktop with several much awaited performance oriented SKUs. We outline the key improvements you can expect and the full list of processors.
It's an exciting time to be AMD. Virtual reality continues to go from strength to strength, and the company is poised to release its next-generation Ryzen CPU and Vega GPU in the coming months. We speak to David Bennett, Corporate VP at AMD, about ongoing developments in this burgeoning space.
It's official, AMD's next-generation Zen CPU (formerly known as Summit Ridge) will now be known as Ryzen. We've got the drop on some frequency specs inside as well as a new set of sensing and adaptive technologies called SenseMI.
AMD takes aim at NVIDIA with launch of new Radeon Instinct high performance computing hardware accelerators, MIOpen open-source deep learning library and ROCm heterogenous computing software platform.
The last major tech show, Sitex, is here again! Keep yourself updated with our opening day live feed for interesting sights and the best buys happening right now direct from the show floor.
Every year at Intel IDF, we expect two things to happen – the company's new ambitions, possibilities and innovations on an industry-wide scale, and advances in the CPU microarchitecture to propel the industry and achieve their vision. Today we present you with Kaby Lake, the company's new 7th Generation Core processors.
AMD's Zen chips aren't slated to reach mass availability till the early part of 2017, but the company is already at the gates with fresh details about its new architecture. Will Zen be the chip to make AMD a real player in the high-end CPU market again?
Since the acquisition of Altera not long ago – an FPGA specialist – there have been many questions, some of which are if the FPGA business is here to stay and if Intel's IA architecture will eventually replace ARM. We give you the latest updates on Intel and FPGA from day 3 at IDF 2016.
It's that time of the year when Intel hosts its Intel Developers Forum at San Francisco and HardwareZone is reporting directly from Moscone Center where IDF16 is taking place. If you missed our highlights on social media, we've compiled them right here for you.