AMD plans to use the new Ryzen 4000 processor to power laptops.
The graphics giant uses the world's biggest tech event to announce its new mobile processors and graphics cards.
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Your laptop won't be behind your phone in the AI race much longer.
There's plenty of competition, but Intel has begun selling chips to speed up this new domain of computing.
Depending upon your needs, 32 cores is either amazing or absurd.
And graphics and AI get a bigger speed boost. Don't be surprised to see this powering some of next year's Galaxy S11 smartphones.
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Microsoft bets its SQ1 tweak to Qualcomm's 8cx processor will speed up Windows on Arm and attract crucial software developers.
The chips are designed to consume less power than those from Intel, Microsoft's traditional partner.
Expect a speed boost, too, as Intel revs its old Skylake chip family a little faster. That'll be handy for gamers, video editors and others who need top performance.
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