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Bully Surgeon AMD64

The Bully Surgeon is a moderately priced midrange system that delivers middle-of-the-road performance.

By October 25, 2005

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First game arrives for AMD 64-bit chip

Graphics could be more realistic in new version of Atari's "Shadow Ops." But OS to run it won't appear till 2005.

By September 21, 2004


A payoff on AMD's 64-bit bet

A technology gamble appears to be paying off for Advanced Micro Devices CTO Fred Weber. Will it be enough to once and for all rid AMD of its underdog tag?

By April 8, 2004


AMD's 64-bit adventure begins

Advanced Micro Devices is betting on its new Athlon 64, which has something rival Intel chips haven't: the ability to run 64-bit software.

By September 23, 2003


How to install SteamOS on your computer

A beta version of Valve's gaming operating system is now available for download. Here's how you can transform your current computer into a Steam Machine.

By January 31, 2014


Buzz Out Loud Podcast 1101: LHC-gull kills science with bread

Apparently the Large Hadron Collider is doomed. It can't even survive a bread bombing by birds. The Droid arrived on the scene though, and people actually lined up. However tethering is gonna cost you on the thing. Are you still in love? And Gwen Stefan

By November 6, 2009


The factor factor, part 3

A factor-of-two advantage, even if it's an inherent, persistent advantage, isn't enough to unseat an incumbent solution in the face of even the mildest competitive disadvantage. Part three of three.

By October 14, 2009


Ruiz out at AMD, Dirk Meyer new CEO

Hector Ruiz steps down from the top role at AMD despite pledging to stay on through 2008, as the company's financial performance apparently became impossible to ignore.

By July 17, 2008


Canonical to offer personal Launchpad

Canonical is making Linux development that much easier with PPA.

By November 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