Chipmakers jockey for position

The race goes on between Intel and AMD for bragging rights and market share.

CNET News staff
The race goes on between Intel and Advanced Micro Devices for bragging rights and market share.

AMD updates desktop chip designs

The processors are based on a new socket that lets AMD-based PCs use faster memory chips, virtualization technology.
May 23, 2006

PC sales in India to revive Intel?

As chipmaker loses market share to AMD, it hopes to increase usage of cheaper computers in Asia's third-largest economy.
Photos: Intel's sub-$400 laptop
May 23, 2006

Intel branches out from the Core

Company hopes to put the pressure back on Advanced Micro Devices by moving more quickly than it did in the past.
May 22, 2006

Transmeta reveals secret project

blog Company develops a chip designed to take advantage of Microsoft's FlexGo pay-as-you-go concept for emerging markets.
May 22, 2006

Source: AMD orders Chartered chips

Contract chipmaker began producing multiprocessor chips for Intel rival this month, will begin shipping as early as July.
May 22, 2006

Server supplier Supermicro taps into Dempsey chip

Company plans 18 different products with the new chip, including motherboards and complete systems.
Photo: New from Supermicro
May 21, 2006

Dell opts for AMD's Opteron

PC maker agrees to use Advanced Micro Devices' chips in multiprocessor servers by end of year.
May 18, 2006