1 year ago
by lostwonder+1 +1
Intel is officially going to kill the Pentium and Celeron brandings 30 years after the former was first introduced. The company said its mobile SKUs will lose this branding next year.
5 years ago
by ubthejudge+6 +1
Let's be honest here: modern processors aren’t exciting. Speed bumps no longer thrill us, and we’ve become blasé about adding more cores. But we are living in a time when computers casually offer amounts of processing power that would have made previous generations swoon. It’s also a competitive time, primarily with two companies fighting for your silicon spending and giving you great computing bang for your buck. On one side we have Intel, the 800-pound gorilla of the processor world. On the other side, we have AMD, the upstart that occasionally steals the crown by doing something unexpected that changes the rules.
6 years ago
by estherschindler+2 +1
Alternatives to traditional computing architecture emerge as Moore's Law nears the end of its useful life.
6 years ago
by estherschindler+4 +1
ARM technologies are already in widespread use in places you don't realize. Get up-to-speed on this technology.