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At the AMD Technical Forum & Exhibition in Taipei, Taiwan, the chip supplier showed off its future AMD Fusion Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) codenamed "Llano."
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.
AMD's new A8-3850 graphics chip goes on sale, offering capable budget gaming performance.
Chipmakers AMD and Nvidia quit an industry consortium that distributes a common PC benchmark. AMD is claiming bias, but the BAPCo group and Intel don't agree.
Advanced Micro Devices will move its Fusion technology into higher-performance mainstream systems with a new series of processors.
The latest AMD chips combine a CPU and GPU into a single unit, and are aimed at mid- to high-level laptops.
There's a significant interest in AMD's Fusion chip versus Intel's Atom. And that means more un-Netbooks, like Sony's 11.6-inch Y series--very deliberately not labeled a Netbook.
AMD sends candy and a note saying, "I heard that Sandy B. broke your heart..."
While CES isn't always a hotbed of computer news and product announcements, there's always enough new stuff to keep our attention--especially as the competition between traditional laptops and tablets heats up. These are some of the trends and stories we expect you'll be hearing much more about in January.
Chipmaker will kick in its engineering know-how to help drive the growth of mobile and embedded devices running the Linux Foundation's open-source MeeGo platform.