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New duties for desktop chips

Latest Pentiums gain support for wireless networking, high-definition displays. Also: With Pacifica, AMD touts software flexibility.

Latest Pentiums gain support for wireless networking, high-definition displays and more. Also: With Pacifica, AMD touts software flexibility.

Pushing dual-core PCs beyond the desktop

Sparked by the introduction of Intel's Pentium D processor, PC makers discuss transformations in computer design and use.
May 27, 2005

Intel's Pentium D to debut for desktop PCs

Chipmaker is set to announce new processors and chipsets that will support technologies such as wireless networking and VoIP.
May 26, 2005

AMD details Pacifica virtualization plan

Company releases full details of technology that will let computers run multiple operating systems more easily.
May 25, 2005

HP set to debut last in-house chip

Hewlett-Packard is prepping to launch its first Unix servers with the last member of its PA-RISC chip family.
May 25, 2005

Apple to Intel: Some advantage, lots of risk

The PC maker reportedly has warmed to the idea of using Intel chips. Then comes the cold dose of reality.
May 23, 2005

AMD to move Opteron into storage

Servers came first; storage systems are next to house Advanced Micro Devices' Opteron chip.
May 23, 2005

Growth ahead for wireless chip sales, IDC says

According to a new report, WLAN semiconductor revenue will jump to $3 billion by 2009--up from $1.2 billion last year.
May 23, 2005

AMD releases a consumer electronics chip

The chips don't sell for a lot of money, but the company figures the market will snatch up millions of them.
May 22, 2005 previous coverage

Otellini takes over at Intel, fleshes out strategy

At annual meeting, Craig Barrett hands the reins to the chipmaker's fifth CEO--who assures shareholders the PC market remains vibrant.
May 18, 2005