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Motorola Razr i's cutting-edge Intel tech explained in video

In this video, Rich talks to Intel's Sumeet Syal, who explains the tech that powers the new Motorola Razr i smart phone.

By September 18, 2012

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Samsung's 2GHz chip to drive new tablet displays

Samsung's newest chip for tablets is built to drive the high-resolution displays coming on future tablets.

By November 30, 2011

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Micron to tap IBM chip-stacking tech for fast memory

IBM's so-called 3D-chip technology is set to be used in next-generation memory processors from Micron Technology, yielding very-high-speed DRAM.

By November 29, 2011

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Intel, AMD vie to rewire PC's brain

The two longstanding chip rivals seem to agree on the PC processor's future. But they tap into different strengths to get there.

By August 26, 2010

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IBM, Samsung, others team up on next-gen chips

IBM, Samsung Electronics, and others are teaming up on the development of next-generation chip technology.

By April 15, 2009

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Intel completes 32-nanometer chip development

Chipmaker says it has completed the development phase of its next-generation manufacturing process that shrinks chip circuitry to 32 nanometers.

By December 9, 2008

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Buzz Out Loud 826: Introducing the Jabra Weimaraner

That's the dog-sized Bluetooth headset you can buy to go with today's REAL news item, the new BlackBerry Storm: announced but not released. Until it comes out, though, it's basking in the warm glow of the "meeting and maybe exceeding expectations" judgmen

By October 8, 2008

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NEC joins IBM on 32-nanometer chip research

Big Blue has added the Japanese company to a growing list of allies doing research on next-generation chip technology at IBM facilities.

By September 11, 2008

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Intel ships low-power chips for servers

New server chips from processor giant draw as little as 12.5 watts per core.

By September 7, 2008

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Green no longer just a fad in consumer tech

Investors and tech industry leaders say being green is now critical to their bottom line.

By May 20, 2008