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Intel doubles down with dual cores

roundup As chip cognoscenti gather at ISSCC, Intel lays out desktop, server plans. Also: Split personality for PlayStation 3 chip.

As chip cognoscenti gather at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco, Intel lays out plans for desktop, server processors. Also, experts call for greater cooperation in the quest for cool new technology.

Expert: Cooperate, or risk hobbling Moore's Law

Energy-efficient bionic ears and smart cars that warn of dangerous drivers--if we want them, business models must change, experts say.
February 7, 2005

PlayStation 3 chip has split personality

Cell processor will have nine cores and run faster than 4GHz, engineers reveal.
February 7, 2005

Intel expects twins in the second quarter

A pair of dual-core chips is on the way. The first: A processor designed to power machines for game players.
February 7, 2005

Details coming on dual-core Itanium

Montecito is faster, but cooler, says Intel. Company will deliver paper at International Solid-State Circuits Conference this week.
February 6, 2005

PlayStation 3 Cell chip aims high

The Cell processor, to be introduced at a research conference next week, implements some radical changes from current chip design.
February 4, 2005

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February 3, 2005

Who will become the Intel of photography?

special coverage Standards came first to PCs, then to servers and cell phones. Will cameras be next?
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February 3, 2005

Apple on G5 PowerBook: Not so fast

Company faces tough road in designing a G5 processor-based PowerBook that meets its standards for thickness, weight and other aesthetics.
February 1, 2005

AMD wants its name in pixels

Chipmaker is eyeing more inroads into consumer electronics for its Geode brand of chips.
February 1, 2005