AMD: x86 APUs ready to take on tablet market

AMD says its x86-powered APUs (accelerated processing units) are ready to compete in the lucrative tablet market - a space which is currently dominated by RISC-based ARM processors.

Discrete graphics all the rage in China

PCs loaded with discrete graphics technology are quite popular in China, with a current attach rate of approximately 80%.

AMD deploys G-Series APU in battle over embedded market

AMD has deployed its G-Series APU in an effort to seriously challenge Intel for a viable chunk of the embedded systems market.

AMD fires up its Fusion APUs

AMD has launched its first generation of Accelerated Processing Units (APUs).

AMD targets lucrative tablet market

AMD has confirmed that it is prepping at least one APU (Accelerated Processing Unit) for entry into the lucrative tablet market.

AMD showcases Llano APU

AMD recently showcased the raw power of its Llano APU by simultaneously processing three separate compute-and graphics-intensive workloads.

AMD optimizes Java execution with Aparapi

AMD recently introduced Aparapi - A PARallel API - that allows Java workloads to be optionally executed on a GPU.

AMD details "Ontario" and "Zacate" APU specs

AMD has provided preliminary details of its future "Brazos" platform for notebook, netbook and desktop systems.

AMD says adios to ATI

AMD has finally bidden a grand adieu to its ATI co-branding of graphics cards.

AMD touts next-gen processor cores at Hot Chips

AMD has offered journalists a detailed glimpse of its next-gen "Bulldozer" and "Bobcat" processor cores at the Hot Chips 2010 conference in Silicon Valley.

AMD's Bobcat hits the ground running

Leaked specs indicate that AMD's Bobcat processor core has hit the ground running.

Evo 4G leads the mobile Android revolution

HTC's recent launch of its long-awaited Evo 4G smartphone has helped to accelerate the fast-paced Android revolution with a number of high-end features, including HDMI connectivity, WiFi hotspot capabilities, a 1 Ghz Snapdragon processor and a 720P HD video camera.


AMD has finally taken the wraps off its next-gen Fusion APU at Computex 2010.