“Giant surfactant” could make smaller, lighter, cheaper processors using chemistry rather than engineering.
Spinning custom silicon for big datacenters may set Intel apart from competitors, even as it trails in the hottest markets.
Intel’s new CEO pledged to catch up in tablets, but didn’t really comment on the future.
Graphene could become an incredibly important metal for computing tech, and perhaps one of the most toxic.
Organized and queried correctly, large groups of humans can operate like (slightly damp) superclusters.
AMD unveils its first non-x86-based server chip with high-speed interconnect.
Intel is struggling to catch up in the market for smartphones and tablets.
As Intel reports decent earnings, SDN may be a ticket to continued growth.
Intel officially detailed its new Xeon, Atom processors for the datacenter.
In addition to Tegra 5 and 6, Nvidia has also revealed “Kayla,” which it claims is the “world’s fastest ARM computer.”