Intel acquires structured ASIC specialist eASIC
Next step on from FPGAs.
Pays out $100K in bounties.
Tries to 'educate' SoC designers.
AMD pushing the envelope of its x86 licence.
Instead of the four number naming we have now, AMD might go to three numbers with Deneb instead of the originally proposed five.
Intel's new Core i7 processors are now in the channel and actually available to buy. We've scouted prices and rounded them up to see who has the cheapest i7 920.
We're heading out to Taipei to report on MSI's inaugural Master Overclocking Arena competition.
Intel will question AMD over its foundary spin-off because it could effectively invalidate its x86 cross-licensing agreement.
During a conference call this afternoon, AMD confirmed the rumours that have been circulating about its plans to spin off its foundry business into a separate company.
Intel has announced that it is now shipping the dual-core 45nm Atom processor that was quietly introduced at the Intel Developer Forum in August.
AMD last night unveiled its Fusion for Gaming utility, which is apparently going to fix the problems with PC gaming by shutting down background applications at the click of a button.
Intel has quietly introduced three new processors to its lineup that are designed to target different segments of the market.
AMD has announced its latest round of desktop processor price cuts. Pick up a high clocked quad-core for a little over £100!
IDF FALL 2008: We managed to catch up with Justin Rattner to ask him about how transistor technology will evolve in the future.
IDF FALL 2008: Justin Rattner worryingly believes that machines have the potential to become more intelligent than humans by 2050.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel has quietly announced the first dual-core Atom processor at IDF. It comes complete with a new motherboard that's almost the same as the last one.
IDF FALL 2008: With the announcement of Visual Adrenaline, Intel will offer comprehensive support for game developers.
IDF FALL 2008: John Carmack spoke about multi-threading support in the new id Tech 5 engine during Renee James' software keynote at IDF.
IDF FALL 2008: After playing with many of the Nehalem machines dotted around IDF, it looks like the fastest Intel Core i7 processor at launch will be clocked at 3.2GHz.
IDF FALL 2008: Anand Chandrasekher said that Moorestown is on track for 2009/2010 and shows off silicon for the first time.
IDF FALL 2008: Eric Kim announces Intel's first Consumer Electronics focused system on a chip during his Digital Home keynote.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel announces small form factor Montevina/Penryn chips... looks like we'll be seeing an updated Macbook Air soon.
IDF FALL 2008: Dadi Perlmutter announces imminent availability of mobile quad-core processors based on the Penryn architecture.
IDF FALL 2008: We've got the skinnies on the various Nehalem derivatives that'll be released over the next six-or-so months.
IDF FALL 2008: Pat Gelsinger spent quite a bit of his keynote talking about Nehalem's new power management technology known as Turbo Mode.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel talks about its research efforts behind a new Connected Visual Computing initiative.
Intel has formally announced that its upcoming line of Nehalem processors will use the Core i7 brand name.
VIA has launches the new Nano processor, formerly codenamed Isaiah, as part of the new VIA EPIA-SN platform.
In a move that'll surely make AMD weep, Intel has cut the prices on four of its desktop processors.
Floating Body Cells (FBC) are the new candidates for cache SRAM memory, as well new Strain-Enhanced Transistors for 45nm products.