Chips & Processors
Intel's Tiny Chip for 'Internet of Things'

Featured at the Intel Developer Forum 2014 in San Francisco this week: Edison, a processor about the size of a postage stamp that includes built-in wireless capabilities for the "Internet of Things."
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Intel Chips To Power Thin Tablets
Ultra-thin tablets available for the coming holiday season promise to boost PC-level performance, thanks to the deployment of Intel’s new Core M processors in a number of models.
Google Aims To Build a Quantum Chip
On its continuing quest to push the boundaries of technology, Google has announced a project to design and build a quantum computing chip in collaboration with a University of California research team.
New AMD CPU Breaks a Speed Record
The new FX-8370 processor from Advanced Micro Devices has set a record for silicon processor speed, the company announced. Overclocked, the eight-core chip was measured at 8722.78 MHz.
Intel Intros Super Fast PC Processors
Call it extreme. Intel just took the covers off its first-ever eight-core desktop processor, which is aimed at hardcore power users who expect more than the status quo from their computers.
IBM Chip Design Mimics Human Brain
Enabling a whole new way of computing.
AMD Debuts 64-Bit ARM Server Chips
New Opterons target data center needs.
China To Call Qualcomm a Monopoly
Cracking down on foreign companies.
IBM Earmarks $3B for Next-Gen Chips
R&D plan targets cloud and Big Data.
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