Intel's recently launched Sandy Bridge platform does not support DX11. So, you can either wait for the next-gen Ivy Bridge, go Fusion (AMD), or buy a laptop that pairs Intel's chipset with a discrete GPU.
I’m at CES this week and this is a demo show. The best events are those where the technology, not the executives, take center stage and the audience is in awe of what they are seeing.
Microsoft running Windows on ARM SoCs? Nvidia building a RISC-powered CPU? Yes, the industry message to Intel is crystal clear: We will no longer be bound by the shackles of x86 architecture.
Well, that didn't take too long! Yes, a talented team of Apple fanbois have successfully installed OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard on a screaming Hackintosh running Intel's Core i5-2500K CPU.
Intel has confirmed that its Sandy Bridge processor micro-architecture features integrated content protection designed to thwart high-end digital piracy.
LucidLogix has debuted GPU virtualization software designed for use with Intel's Sandy Bridge platform.
Over the last several weeks I’ve been briefed on what most of the PC manufacturers are bringing to the Consumer Electronics show and a surprising amount of laptops are based on AMD Fusion.
Intel is preparing to launch its Sandy Bridge processors at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January. The most interesting thing about these new processors is the kill switches that are built into them.
PC vendors are poised to launch over 200 systems in the first half of 2011 that will feature Nvidia GeForce GPUs paired with next-gen Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs.
The bloody Chip War of Attrition between Intel and AMD appears to have entered a new phase: stalemate.
Apple has reportedly chosen to deploy Intel Sandy Bridge processors in its 2011 MacBook lineup.
A number of industry heavyweights - including Intel, AMD, Dell, Lenovo, Samsung and LG - have agreed to significantly accelerate the adoption of DisplayPort and HDMI interfaces.
Intel is reshuffling its mobile division in what could be a Sisyphean effort to challenge ARM's dominance in the lucrative marketplace.
Interested in picking up a low-cost, Linux-powered nettop for the holidays? Well, you may want to check out the Linutop 3.
PC market forecasters have lowered their previously enthusiastically high sales forecast for 2010 from an annual growth (over 2009) of 18% down to 14% - which is a 32% reduction.
Lilliputian System’s portable fuel-cell charger - about the size of a deck of cards and intended to power up small electronics like cells phones and iPods - now appears closer to reality.
A prototype Intel chip that currently contains 48 cores could eventually be transformed into a 1,000-core processor.
ARM CEO Warren East says that Intel's x86-based Atom processor is currently less efficient than RISC-powered mobile chips.
Intel is reportedly preparing to deploy its Light Peak transfer protocol during the first half of 2011.
Smart TV is set to couple the Internet and Television entertainment into a seamless package. It is quite unlike WebTV, which turns your television into something of a underpowered personal computer.