NVIDIA's new Tegra 4 mobile processor is packed with even more processing power. But the big question is, what do you do with all the processing power? Find out exactly why you'll want a Tegra 4 device after the jump.
Meet NVIDIA GRID, a next-gen cloud-gaming architecture that consists of 20 servers totaling 240 high-density GPUs to provide 200 TFLOPS of processing power. The GRID has the potential to be a true game changer, with proof of concept demos and service providers working with NVIDIA to bring about gaming on any screen or device.
AMD is ready to change to the computing landscape once more with multi-core 64-bit ARM architecture based Opteron server processors that are targeted at data centers. We provide more details on this new initiative and the challenges ahead for the Sunnyvale-based company.
The wait for AMD Trinity desktop APUs is over. Built on the mature 32nm SOI process technology, the next generation APU features a second revision of the Bulldozer architecture with a more powerful GPU. Find out all about its integrated graphics and its latest iteration of AMD Dual Graphics performance!
AMD's desktop Trinity APUs are on the verge of being launched and we thought it would be great to show you a sneak peek of its integrated graphics performance which stems from the mature 32nm SOI process technology and a second revision of the Bulldozer architecture.
New notebooks, Ultrabooks and desktops are unleashed, boasting Intel's 3rd generation Core processors and are often marketed by the term "Ivy Bridge". We put together a resource center of what you need to know about Intel's latest computing platform and the relevant products that feature them.
Head inside to read more about Intel's latest announcements during COMPUTEX 2012, which is currently happening in Taipei, Taiwan. There are some rather exciting news, so Intel fans will not want to miss it.
In this article, we explore what the new Ivy Bridge processors could mean for the mobile computing scene, specifically notebooks and eventually Ultrabooks.
With Intel commanding a large percentage of the CPU market, what can first-runner-up AMD do to catch up or worse still, stay relevant? With the introduction of the Heterogeneous Systems Architecture consortium, it seems as though AMD is seeking safety in numbers.
Consumers can look forward to ultra-thin notebooks and systems that are powered by AMD's new low-powered processors, which claims to offer better gaming firepower than Intel's CPUs. Does it really overpower the competition? Find out here.
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