Rumour has it that TSMC was forced to halt 28nm production as it re-tools to meet unexpected demand.
AMD has sold its stake in GlobalFoundries, while agreeing an end to APU manufacturing exclusivity.
Rumours suggest that Apple will ditch Intel processors for ARM chips.
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VIA claims its new Eden X2 is the ‘world’s most power-efficient dual-core processor.’
Microsoft is looking to Intel to develop a many-core, system-on-chip Atom design.
Toshiba is reportedly close to signing a deal with GlobalFoundries to fabricate its semiconductors.
AMD fabrication spin-off GlobalFoundries is planning to double its expenditure in 2011.
Intel has founded a Netbook and Tablet group to counter the growing threat from ARM.
TI has officially launched its latest OMAP SoC, the OMAP4440 dual-core 1.5GHz chip.
Nvidia has released a white paper making the claim that dual-core CPUs can save power.
ARM co-founder Hermann Hauser predicts that the company will 'obliterate' Intel.
AMD has set its enmities aside and teamed up with Intel on the MeeGo Linux project.
ARM has announced its first Midgard GPU, the Mali-T604, offering a five-fold performance boost.
ARM has confirmed that future chip designs will feature HyperThreading-like technology.
Oracle has launched the Sparc T3 server processor, featuring 16 physical cores.
Intel has unveiled a roadmap that forecasts 22nm and 15nm Atom chips.
Norwegian company CUPP has announced a hybrid PC featuring both x86 and ARM chips.
ARM has revealed details of the Eagle, now known as the Cortex A15, application processor.
Samsung has announced a trio of new technologies heading for its smartphones.
AMD's up-coming netbook chip, based on Bobcat, will also appear in low-power servers.
ARM has announced that the Cortex A 'Eagle' design will include virtualisation extensions.
Qualcomm has announced a new Snapdragon chip, featuring two 1.5GHz processing cores.
Intel's deal - inked last year - for TSMC to produce Atom processors is looking shaky.
Microsoft has announced a new agreement with ARM that hints at increased Windows support.
ARM has announced a deal with chip fabricator TSMC to produce new 28nm and 20nm chips.