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A new manifesto from an ad-blocking company Eyeo tries to build support for the idea that some ads are OK. That's good for its business, since big advertisers pay to get on its whitelist.
Sky Go doesn't yet work on the latest version of Android -- so you'll have to choose between Ice Cream Sandwich or Mad Men.
Rising power consumption puts pressure on server makers to tame gear that's running hotter and hungrier.
A 51 percent jump in market share from the first quarter to the second is first time AMD has crossed into double-digit territory in server chips.
Trio of dual-core Opterons hits the market, with three more and a desktop line soon to follow. Photos: AMD's double vision
Advanced Micro Devices says its server chips consume less power. Intel has its challengers.
New technology will let server processors run cooler when idle, helping to reduce data loss and crashes.
The CIA's among its latest customers, but the chipmaker still needs help from big computer makers.
The computing giant strenuously argues that the move doesn't undermine servers using another processor, Intel's Itanium.
The chipmaker's CEO says the company will add new instructions to its x86 line of processors next quarter.