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quad-core processors

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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

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Irony alert: Intel to make quad-core 64-bit ARM chip

Intel will make quad-core chips for a customer that uses technology from rival chip designer ARM.

By October 29, 2013

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Dell's Windows 8.1, quad-core tablet now on sale for $299

Intel's quad-core Bay Trail processor powers Dell's new 8-inch tablet -- one of the first devices up for sale with the chip.

By October 19, 2013

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Windows Phone 8 update adds support for phablets, quad-core CPUs

Microsoft's latest Windows Phone 8 update gives the ailing operating system another chance against Apple and Google, with support for larger screens and faster CPUs.

By October 14, 2013

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iPhone 5s features quad-core graphics: analysis

The Chipworks teardown of the A7 chip in Apple's latest iPhone, the 5s, shows not only the announced 64-bit CPU, but also the not-so-public arrival of a quad-core GPU.

By September 29, 2013

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New Kindle Fire HDX 7 and 8.9 go quad-core, add Mayday

Amazon's new Kindle Fire HDX slates have a new feature called Mayday, where you see a support person in a little window and they take over your tablet.

By September 25, 2013

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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

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Intel whips out quad-core Surface-like tablet, runs Android

Chip giant shows off a sleek, fast tablet sporting its quad-core Bay Trail chip during a Computex keynote.

By June 4, 2013

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Samsung Galaxy S4: octa-core vs. quad-core

Australia, the US and the UK all got the quad-core S4, but is the difference between it and the octa-core really that big?

By April 26, 2013

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GS4 quad-core or 8-core? Samsung chief says it doesn't matter

J.K. Shin, co-CEO of Samsung Electronics and head of the company's mobile business, tells CNET that the company uses multiple sources for chips to make sure it has enough supply.

By April 24, 2013