AMD’s cash cow is being milked
Published in News

Opinion It’s on some kind of a roll - bacon roll, sausage roll?

It takes a lot of money to make and sell microprocessors  - it always has done and it probably always will, but it seems to some that Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is burning an awful lot of that rare commodity.

Rumor is that ARM will target Intel
Published in News

Chipzilla tortoise everything we know

People are still wondering why Japanese giant SoftBank paid over the odds for plucky British chip designer ARM earlier this month.

Kaby Lake ships to PC builders
Published in Processors

 Ready for Late 2016

Chipzilla's CEO Brian Krzanich has claimed that Kaby Lake CPUs have been finalised and shipping to PC builders for use in complete systems.

AMD is on the up
Published in News
25 July 2016

AMD is on the up

Opinion Intel must be worried

Last week’s AMD results show that the company is set to make more headway this year and next, with its upcoming Zen processors definitely giving Intel the heebie jeebies.

Intel says buy new PCs shock
Published in Processors

Smart workplaces

A survey sponsored by Intel and Dell has come to the surprising conclusion that slow software and hardware are huge time wasters at work.

Intel’s NUC roadmap leaked
Published in Notebooks


Two years worth of tiny PCs

Intel’s NUC consumer roadmap has leaked online showing that Chipzilla is seriously holding a torch for tiny PCs.

Wells Fargo puts Nvidia on last stage
Published in Graphics


AMD and Intel about to rough them up a little and run them out of town

Nvidia is not going to come out of new competition from AMD and Intel that well, according to analysts Well Fargo.

Tame Apple Press becomes Intel friendly
Published in Mobiles


Opinion: Talking up this modem deal is absurd

If you believe the Tame Apple Press, Apple has saved Intel and now that it is supplying modems to the fruity cargo cult’s iPhone 7, it has nothing to worry about its falling PC sales.

Intel shrinks the IDF die
Published in News


Opinion
 Don't say who farted


Reports suggest that Intel will only have two so-called “keynote speeches” at its Developer Forum this year - one from CEO Brian Krzanich and the other with Data Centre manager Diane Bryant.

Chipzilla cuts Android development
Published in Processors


Refusing to repair the diodes down its left side

Intel’s mobexit is gathering traction with Chipzilla deciding to slash its Android development.