August 19th, 2011, 4:00 PM

Intel to Delay Cedar Trail-M Netbook Platform and Atom CPUs?

Digitimes, citing anonymous sources in the industry, is reporting that Intel plans to delay their Cedar Trail– M netbook platform and line of Atom mobile CPUs. The Cedar Trail-M platform includes two new CPUs, a 32nm-based Atom N2800 with a 1.86GHz clock speed and the N2600 that runs at at 1.6GHz. The launch of Cedar [...]

August 18th, 2011, 3:46 PM

Broadcom to Purchase TI’s ARM/OMAP Division?

Earlier this month Hardware Canucks reported on a rumor that Texas Instruments was planning to sell off their ARM/OMAP division. The source of this news was the tech blog Semi Accurate, which has an elaborate network of well-placed sources through the industry. Their posted rumors often have good authority. Now the rumor-monger is reporting that [...]

July 27th, 2011, 9:06 AM

Roadmap Shows Intel Readying 14nm and 10nm Chips

A roadmap outlining Intel’s micro-architecture plans for the better part of the next decade has emerged online. According to this roadmap, Intel plans to continue their “tick-tock” product cycle in which every “tick” is a shrinking of the process technology used in the previous architecture whilst the “tock” is a new micro-architecture entirely. Keeping with [...]

July 20th, 2011, 10:23 PM

Intel’s Q2 Revenue “Record Breaking”, Atom Sales Sagging

Earlier Wednesday Intel reported that its second quarter numbers were “record breaking”, with the technology giant reporting $13 billion in revenues. From this $13 billion in revenue Intel delivered $3 billion in profits, which results in an earning per share of 54 cents. Intel CEO Paul Otellin said in a press release that “strong corporate [...]

July 19th, 2011, 5:30 AM

Sandy Bridge-E to Launch in 2011?

A number of weeks ago it was widely reported that Intel had decided to delay the release of their Sandy Bridge E platform until January 2012. Now VR-Zone, who broke the story of the delay first, is reporting that Intel will release the chip at the end of the year albeit with less features. The [...]

July 12th, 2011, 7:08 AM

AMD Launches AMD Radeon HD 6990M – World’s Fastest Single Mobile Graphics Processor

AMD today launched the AMD Radeon HD 6990M GPU – the world’s fastest single mobile graphics processor – an uncompromising GPU that delivers massive computing power to mobile users. The AMD Radeon HD 6990M GPU was measured to be up to 25% faster than any other announced notebook enthusiast GPU1.  Furthermore, hardcore gamers can experience [...]

July 7th, 2011, 5:08 PM

VIA Launches Dual Core Mini-ITX Board

Today VIA launched the EPIA-M900 Mini-ITX form factor motherboard. This board is the first include support for their dual core Nano X2 E-Series chip, which runs at 1.6 GHz. According to their press release, the board will support  “comprehensive HD video performance, HD audio and HDMI support in a compact, power-efficient package”. The company claims [...]

July 7th, 2011, 4:37 PM

Intel to Discontinue Year Old Processors

Aggregator of all things tech-rumor Fudzilla is reporting that Intel is planning to discontinue a number of their processors that are only a year old. The chips that are slated for the chopping block are the desktop Core i7 970, as well as the laptop chips Core i7 660UM ,Core i5 540UM, and Celeron U340. [...]

July 4th, 2011, 11:37 PM

Details Leaked on AMD’s Hondo APU

Details have been leaked out about AMD’s upcoming Hondo APU, the slated successor to their tablet oriented Desna APU. The Hondo chipset will be targeted towards upcoming Windows 8 devices, and will feature dual 1 GHz cores and a Radeon 6250 graphics core running at 276 MHz. While this is not a substantial improvement over [...]

July 4th, 2011, 4:00 AM

Intel Releases Low Voltage Mobile Celeron

In the shadow of Sandy Bridge and AMD’s Llano, Intel has decided to update their Celeron line of CPUs with the low voltage Celerom M 857. Aimed at mobile PCs, the Celeron M 857 has two cores clocked at 1.2GHz, a TDP of 17w, as well as 2Mb of L3 cache. The Celeron 857 M [...]