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quad-core faster than dual-core


Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 review: Dual-core in a quad-core world

The Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 launches with ICS and a dual-core processor for $400. A couple months ago this would have made an appealing package for Android tablet shoppers. Now, not so much.

By May 13, 2012


Get a quad-core HP desktop for $269.99

From the Cheapskate: This stylish tower packs 8GB of RAM, a 2-terabyte hard drive and more.

By November 4, 2015


Apple's 64-bit A7 chip not quad-core, says chip expert

Apple's A7 appears to be a dual-core design, bucking a quad-core trend in the Android world. But two cores provide plenty of horsepower, says Anandtech.

By September 18, 2013


Intel's next-gen quad-core processors tested

Fourth-gen Core i-series "Haswell" CPUs promise big leaps in performance and battery life.

By June 1, 2013


Is HTC's single core faster than dual core?

One of the big shifts in smartphones this year has been towards dual-core processors, with quad-core chipsets beginning to emerge on the horizon. But does dual core actual mean twice as fast?

By November 8, 2011


Quad-core, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0: 2012's winners and losers

Find out what hot new tech caught on or fizzled in this year's smartphones.

By December 14, 2012


Beyond quad-core: What's next for mobile processing power

With quad-core chips quickly losing their novelty, the industry will start pushing benefits like better graphics and power efficiency.

By December 6, 2012


LG Optimus G has quad-core chip, HD screen, big battery, LTE

This sleek-looking flagship phone packs Android Ice Cream Sandwich and will go global after September says LG.

By August 29, 2012


Apple planning dual-core and quad-core iMacs?

It's getting more likely that an iMac refresh is within sight, and Apple may have plans to use both dual-core and quad-core chips in the new systems.

By February 2, 2009


Qualcomm quad-core tablet arrives -- for deep pockets

You can pick up a Qualcomm quad-core tablet if you're willing to drop $1,300. It's probably a safe bet that only developers will do that.

By July 24, 2012