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Advanced Micro Devices is squeezing up to 12 processing cores into one chip.
Use of the Office suite on mobile devices had been restricted to customers with a subscription. So will the freebie route pay off for Microsoft?
The semiconductor giant has expanded beyond its core business many times only to pull back before those areas got popular. CNET looks at a few.
Deep in the Pacific Ocean, Tamu Massif is an inactive volcano that's as big as New Mexico and comparable to the massive Olympus Mons on Mars.
Responses to reader questions about rolling back Safari versions in OS X, and more.
CNET Reviews Editor in Chief Lindsey Turrentine explains which products get her team excited even during a slow hardware release week. Hint: They have magnets, and one is a bag full of speakers.
q&a Nvidia has taken its extremely high-performance graphics chips and restyled them for supercomputing. It looks to be a pretty good fit since some of the top supercomputing centers have adopted them.
The Knights Corner processor is a serious attempt by Intel to build a supercomputer-specific chip. It will be roughly equivalent to the processing power of supercomputer in 1996 that had 9,000 cores.
A University of Texas supercomputer will employ a novel Intel chip that houses more than 50 processor cores. It's the first commercial application of this technology.
Tilera, a company that supplies many-core processors, says it has raised an additional $45 million in financing.