Google hit with £3.78 billion EC fine
Will, naturally, appeal.
Could leapfrog current tech.
Could replace silicon.
Aims for 20K wafers a month by 2018.
Promises CPUs, GPUs, APUs in 2016.
First 64-bit big.LITTLE on 3D transistors.
Shin-Etsu Chemical has released a new LED encapsulating material which it claims will lead to brighter and longer-life lighting.
Silicon can be used to create batteries that charge in 15mins and last a week.
Deal designed to safeguard AMD against 32nm production issues.
The B3 fix is reportedly already shipping to motherboard and laptop manufacturers.
Nvidia gives birth to a mobile monster.
Intel gives certain PC makers the go-ahead to keep using its faulty 6-series chipsets.
Intel has entered into a partnership to co-fund a silicon photonics research and production centre.
Graphene can't fully replace silicon inside CPUs, but it could be used in hybrid chips.
Researchers at Rice University have discovered a method for shrinking chips using silicon oxide.
We take a look at how Intel crams so much whizz-bang in such a small space
Get DX11 gaming on your thin and light laptop, as AMD shows its new Fusion CPUs for the first time.
COMPUTEX 09: EVGA claims it'll continue testing SATA 6Gbps and won't use it until it knows it's worthwhile.
The Semiconductor Industry Association reveals a sharp fall in the revenue from sales of semiconductors over the last few months.
Yes, you guessed it: another possible future processor technology. This time it's the stuff in pencils rather than the stuff that comes out of torches that'll save us all.
IDF FALL 07: Otellini showed off the world's first working 32nm chip and says Intel is on track for volume production to start in 2009.
IDF FALL 07: Intel has developed a silicon- and germanium-based photo detector that can detect laser light signals at over 40Gbit/sec.
Mark Rein, VP at Epic Games has revealed that Silicon Knights has filed a lawsuit against the Unreal Engine 3 creator.
IBM has turned to nature for the newest methods for creating its chips -- and the results may be the closest to perfection yet.
AMD CEO Hector Ruiz has already started talking about his company's move to a 45 nanometre manufacturing process.
David Dyak of Silicon Knights has made some interesting comments about the next-generation console war. Namely: will the PS3 actually be more powerful than the 360? He thinks not.
Intel have been working with Brit company Qinetiq, brewing up new, faster chip compounds