Intel has been talking a lot about Westmere lately. Here's a quick look at the chipmaker's first 32-nanometer chips.
Intel announces 32-nanometer Xeon E7 family of high-end server chips, along with a suite of entry-level Xeon E3 processors.
The new 6-core processor is designed to crunch through the most chip-taxing games out there.
Apple's new Mac Pro, which was unveiled at the end of July, is a beast of a machine. Pricing starts at $4,999.
Is Intel asking for trouble with a pilot program that makes consumers pay an extra $50 to get all of the features in a processor turned on?
Greg Sandoval talks about the Pirate Bay guilty verdict and what's next for the industry.
The Hot Chips conference is focusing on high-end chips for server computers, with IBM's upcoming Power7 as a standout.
Intel plans to express Moore's Law as integration of functions into fewer chips later this month at the Intel Developer Forum.
Intel will reportedly introduce the new name for its upcoming Nehalem processors on Monday.
Chipmaker is stepping up the introduction of new silicon, moving up the release of processors expected in 2010 to this year.