With its move to 10nm on desktop still lacking a confirmed launch date, what can Intel do to turn the tables on AMD?
Mobile only again.
A run-of-the-mill ambidextrous rodent outshone by its competition.
Fixes some bugs, adds some others.
Claims to scale from mobile to HPC.
While Swan apologises to investors.
Still no launch date.
£2,399. <mic drop>
Silicon security woes continue.
Crypto-crash hit the company hard.
Promises more GPUs, too.
It's Tesla or nothing, customers told.
Will compete with AMD, Nvidia.
Major improvements over its predecessor.
A 'major update' with new Advanced tab.
Focuses on AI workloads.
GPU efforts may finally be ready.
No word on specs, though.
Includes first desktop NVLink tech.
No benchmarks to back it up, though.
October rumour quashed.
Faster GPU for VR, 4K support.
On smartphone-centric hardware, too.
No more reliance on Mali, PowerVR.
New Rogue chips boast up to 1TFLOP/S.
Michigan office opens to push Tegra tech.
August 13 2019 | 08:30
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