Apple rumors are always interesting because it's about Apple--probably the most closely watched computer and device company in the world. This AMD rumor is just that--a rumor.
Global shipments of PC microprocessors in the second quarter were about flat compared with a year ago, though sales rose more than 5 percent, says IDC.
The Stuxnet worm isn't going away anytime soon, Julian Assange says "No" to WikiLeaks Cyber Attacks, and Michael Bay is re-writing the space landing...with Transformers.
Some ideas are so obvious that when announced, one's first reaction is to ask, "Wait, weren't we already doing it that way?"
Graphics chipmaker is targeting its GeForce 9400m chip at Netbooks, competing against Intel silicon. But does Intel have the market in the bag, in terms of maintaining lower prices?
AMD intends to make buying a game PC more like selecting a game console.
A new report from Jon Peddie Research shows that Intel is strong in graphics. But how dominant is it?
Nvidia says that the integrated graphics capability supplied by the chip giant is the pits. Is graphics specialist Nvidia right?
Nvidia CEO and co-founder Jen-Hsun Huang's vigorous defense of his company's graphics technology shows he's feeling the heat from Intel.
At his company's financial analyst day, Jen-Hsun Huang rails against Intel, citing his frustration with Nvidia's market share struggle among other things.