AMD executives make more positive comments about tablets, stepping away from cautious statements made by former CEO Dirk Meyer.
Advanced Micro Devices will challenge Intel on the small laptop front with processors that vie with the Atom chip in Netbook-class designs. And AMD may trump Intel with extra integrated circuitry to boost graphics performance.
Sony is apparently taking its Netbook-class laptops up-market, while Lenovo has already announced a new laptop that is more laptop than Netbook.
Hewlett-Packard and Toshiba are the latest in a growing list of first-tier PC makers signing up for AMD's power-efficient Fusion chips. Watch your back, Intel.
In some important market segments, Advanced Micro Devices' chip strategy was not promising. But whether this had anything to do with the CEO's ouster, is not clear.
Lenovo's new IdeaPads focus on new processors, faster performance.
It's time to remember bandleader and country legend Hank Thompson, who died November 6 at age 82