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AMD's DTX PC design aims to bring small PCs to everyone

Hands on with AMD's new DTX PC design

By October 22, 2007


Early word on AMD's Barcelona chips: More efficient than powerful

Early performance results are mixed for AMD's new server chips.

By September 10, 2007


AMD's SSE5 ends the old RISC vs. CISC debate

Prompted by the chipmaker's announcement of the SSE5 instruction-set extensions, Glaskowsky analyzes the ultimate outcome to this old controversy.

By August 31, 2007


AMD's Henri Richard to step down

The top sales and marketing executive at beleaguered AMD plans to leave the company after a disastrous year, CNET News.com has confirmed.

By August 22, 2007


AMD's Griffin core has few changes from older designs

The next generation of AMD's mobile processors looks an awful lot like the last one, but it has some tweaks to other parts of the chip to make it more friendly to notebooks.

By August 21, 2007


AMD's gift to software developers

AMD's new Lightweight Profiling proposal offers a valuable new tool to software developers.

By August 15, 2007


AMD's September launch party could bring Barcelona

George Lucas' spread in San Francisco's Presidio district will play host to a launch party for AMD, and the company's Barcelona chip will probably be the guest of honor.

By August 9, 2007


TSMC to be AMD's new best friend?

The foundry says it's got a big customer coming on board next year, and AMD's making sounds like it wants a new friend with a manufacturing plant.

By July 27, 2007


AMD's Fusion construction project takes shape

Bulldozer and Bobcat are the code names for AMD's Fusion processors, which will integrate the PC processor and the graphics processor in 2009.

By July 26, 2007


AMD not delaying 45 nano manufacturing

A blogger out there is latent.

By October 18, 2007