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2008-07-03 Processor bout: Q1 goes to Intel
A new report from iSuppli suggests that Intel is clawing back a sliver of the PC processor market share against gains by rival Advanced Micro Devices as both companies are preparing a new volley of 45nm products
2007-11-01 Processor battle moves to the cores
The latest maneuvers in the chess match between Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Intel Corp. find the rivals advancing toward similar architectures.
2004-01-01 PC eyes digital home, network processor ready for limelight
Multimedia and network processors are seen to expand in the upcoming year due to the growing consumer demands on multimedia apps.
2011-06-30 Net processor manages 400Gbps data flow
The FP3 includes a 288-core packet processor, traffic management chip and fabric-access chip, which together can handle up to 400Gbps data flows with all inspection and management services enabled
2012-12-10 MIPS skips Release 4 amid bidding war
In what is likely MIPS Technologies' last independent tech update, Release 5 contains virtualisation and SIMD extensions to its base architecture.
2014-04-08 Jobs called for "Holy War with Google" in leaked email
Samsung dug up an email sent by Steve Jobs to his executive team back in 2010 and filed it as evidence in their ongoing court dispute over patent infringement. The email detailed what Jobs believed should be the top priorities for their annual strategy planning meeting.
2008-01-17 Ecosystem control is key in high-def DVD war
Warner Bros.' switch from the HD DVD camp to Blu-ray Disc underscores that the high-def DVD format battle lies not only on the technology but taking control of the ecosystem.
2006-06-07 Analyst predicts Intel price war, profit warning
Handelsbanken Capital Markets predicted a profits warning from Intel Corp. where processor volumes fell 21 percent and processor prices had fallen 40 percent
2007-07-31 AMD cooks up eight-core server processor
AMD has disclosed plans for an eight-core server processor, a new low-power x86 core and more details of its Fusion processors all slated for 2009
2014-09-05 Latest patent war: Nvidia bitter with Qualcomm, Samsung
Nvidia is suing the two companies over chips that allegedly copy Nvidia's graphic patents. This comes at a time when the chipmaker is reviving Tegra, the line of MPUs that failed to dent Qualcomm's lead and get into Samsung devices.
2007-09-07 Dell takes neutral stance on AMD, Intel war
Dell began using AMD processors in addition to Intel chips because it wanted to give customers a variety of choices and also because it wanted to guarantee for itself a steady supply of electronic components.
2007-05-25 Console war is no kids' game
Videogame systems have come a long way from the days of a paddle and a bouncing ballinteractive games, online play and realistic graphics have moved gaming from something that only kids play to a pastime of many.
2008-07-22 Commentary: Ruiz carries on processor fight
It's going to be a really long goodbye for Hector Ruiz. When industry executives hand over the reins of power to a successor, they might stay on briefly as chairman of the board of directors before relinquishing even that position to enjoy their retirement.
2007-01-01 Chip foils Blu-ray-DVD war
The battle between competing next-gen DVD standards may soon be over as electronics companies promise to unroll universal players within the year.
2008-12-24 x86, ARM processors battle it out in UMD
The processor vendors supplying chips for UMDs are playing a pivotal role in how this market is shaping up. Since UMDs sit right between the PCs and handsets in terms of power, size and function, x86-based and ARM-based chips will compete in the UMD space and are already fighting it out, starting with marketing wars
2011-10-19 Samsung ramps A6 production for Apple
Apple still continues to rely on Samsung's foundry operations for the production of its A6 processor
2002-10-30 QuickLogic integrates hard cores into its FPGAs
The next big fight in the programmable-logic world will involve on-chip IP cores for an FPGA and interconnect needed to make them work, according to Tom Hart, president and CEO of QuickLogic Corp.
2015-07-28 Qualcomm layoff spurred by activist investor letter
A letter Jana Partners wrote helped pull Qualcomm executives toward their restructuring plan, a letter that pointed out Qualcomm missed the mark with its latest Snapdragon smartphone processor
2004-10-18 Multicore MPUs go mainstream
Intel's decision to take multicore processors into volume production raises a host of unanswered questions.
2009-10-13 Mobile PC arena gets more crowded
Scan the array of products targeting the territory between laptops and mobile phones and you understand why consumers' heads are spinning.
2010-03-19 MicroUnity charges handset firms for infringement
MicroUnity Systems Engineering has filed a suit March 16 alleging 22 handset companies including chip, system and service providers infringe 15 of its patents.
2004-02-12 Learning the ropes in the IC business
Shengfa learned that it's hard to build a startup in China. But like a warrior preparing for a battle, he has learned to sharpen his tools.
2006-07-21 Intel lowers forecast after Q2 dip
Intel lowered its 2006 forecast after a 10 percent decline in sales and a 35 percent plunge in earnings from the previous quarter.
2007-01-29 Intel gets its groove back with AMD battle
Intel is back on the fight after getting clobbered by AMD for the past couple of years with its more innovative chip designs and undercut the industry leader on price.
2004-04-29 Ericsson's DSP shift rekindles basestation debate
Ericsson has shifted to a DSP-only, software-defined approach to basestation design in response to the cost, processing and flexibility requirements of 3G wireless infrastructure.
2002-10-28 As arrival of combo WLAN chips near, 802.11b spike is expected
Some chip and systems makers are reporting an uptick in the growth rate of 802.11b WLAN capability in notebook computers, just as a transition to next-generation WLAN products nears.
2012-07-06 ARM faces growing pains
While ARM CEO Warren East claims that opting to embed ARM cores in smartphones, tablets, base stations and servers is an obvious choice, limitations and barriers do exist that challenge the technology's growth.
2011-03-11 Apple, TSMC strengthen foundry alliance
Under the expanded alliance, TSMC will make the A5 dual-core processor on a foundry basis for Apple's iPad 2, while Apple will use TSMC's 40nm process for the A5 and work with TSMC on 28nm processes
2008-12-03 Analysis: AMD struggles to survive
Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s place in the annals of the semiconductor industry is now more or less fixed. The battle for dominance in the microprocessor market has been won and lost: The crown belongs to Intel.
2007-09-11 AMD saddles Barcelona into quad-core race
When AMD officially launches its first quad-core processor this week, the chipmaker will be delivering what it needs to remain competitive in the race against larger rival Intel
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