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Globalfoundries' $6 billion New York chip plant waits for Apple

Apple could turn upstate New York into a global chipmaking hot spot if its rumored discussions with Globalfoundries bear fruit.

By July 13, 2013

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Apple talking to Globalfoundries about U.S.-based chipmaking, says report

If Apple owned capacity at a fab, it would give the company the kind of control over both design and chip manufacturing that Intel has.

By July 12, 2013

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Daggers out for Windows 8, plaudits for the iPad

Windows 8 could not escape the critical gaze of the media -- and even Dell -- this week. Meanwhile, the iPad's three-year mark was feted by the press.

By April 6, 2013

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Intel to kill off desktop as we know it, reports claim

As the chip giant puts its eggs in the mobile basket, the desktop is at risk, reports claim.

By November 27, 2012

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Another AMD engineer goes to Apple

Apple has an affinity for AMD chip engineers. The latest hire has lots of experience with graphics chips, an area that Apple is focusing on now with its A series processors.

By July 20, 2012

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Who is making ARM-based Windows tablets?

HP is out (for now). Asus, Toshiba and Acer are in. But the list beyond that is unknown.

By June 29, 2012

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Intel vs. AMD: Who's got the fastest chip now?

Has AMD finally got Intel beat? Overall, the answer is no.

By May 21, 2012

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Will skinny MacBooks get beefy graphics?

New MacBook Airs in the pipeline may stick with Intel graphics silicon and not get more powerful "discrete" graphics, says a report.

By March 13, 2012

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More reasons to wait for 'Ivy Bridge' MacBook, Windows laptops

Decisions, decisions. Should I wait for that Ivy Bridge-based laptop? Yeah, if you want a faster system with better battery life.

By February 22, 2012

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Apple teases its new NYC store--oh, and what's this about 3D iPads?

Today in Apple Talk Weekly: Apple acknowledges the existence of its Grand Central store, 3D iPad rumors, and more.

By November 26, 2011