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Chipmakers eye gamers, consumers

With the Intel Developer Forum set to kick off, the spotlight turns to all things silicon.

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With the Intel Developer Forum set to kick off Tuesday in San Francisco, the spotlight turns to all things silicon. Watch for Intel's moves in the consumer electronics sector.

New AMD chips meant for mobile gamers

VoodooPC and Acer are among the manufacturers expected to use the chips in new laptops.
August 22, 2005

Toshiba to up flash-chip production 150 percent

Company will spend about $1.8 billion over the next three years to increase output capacity of its flash memory chips.
August 22, 2005

blog For those who can't wait for the Apple/Intel transition, you can whet your appetite with the new Radeon 9600 Pro from ATI.
August 19, 2005

Cities join Intel's Wi-Fi program

Intel and several corporate partners launch program aimed at helping cities use wireless networks to better serve citizens--and perhaps make a little cash on the side.
August 18, 2005

Intel expands training program in India

Company plans to partner with an Indian training company to educate local IT workers about the chip giant's technologies.
August 18, 2005

Intel ramps up consumer electronics effort

More details emerge of Intel's plan to use chips based on the same designs as its PC chips in handhelds and consumer electronics.
August 17, 2005

XML router company bought by Intel

Chipmaker signals that it's once again interested in selling communications equipment with its purchase of Sarvega.
August 17, 2005

AMD hires IBM exec to head chip design

Company names Jeff VerHeul, former head of IBM's engineering and technology services unit, to lead development of AMD's chip design efforts.
August 17, 2005
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