AMD has finally taken the wraps off its low-power APU line-up for 2013. Of course, avid readers probably know what AMD has cooked up with its Jaguar and Piledriver based chips, which now have proper names to go by, and they sound worse than the codenames.
AMD has introduced a series of embedded chips based on the new Jaguar core and Radeon 8000 graphics.
Both the next-gen Playstation (Orbis) and the Xbox 720 (Next) are reportedly equipped with 8-core CPUs clocked at 1.6GHz.
Engineers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory can breathe a sigh of relief: their new Titan supercomputer has, as expected, been certified as the fastest in the world.
Jaguar recently entered its XJ_e experimental plug-in hybrid into a competition in the United Kingdom known as the RAC (Royal Automobile Club) Future Car Challenge.
AMD is readying its low-power x86 Jaguar core for an August debut at Hot Chips 2012.
The last time we discussed luxury sports car brand Jaguar, the auto manufacturer was busy showcasing its hybrid C-X16 concept as well as building a very limited, and uber expensive, run of its C-X75 hybrid supercar.
Cray has clinched a lucrative deal to upgrade the XT5 supercomputer - aka "Jaguar" - located at the Department of Energy's (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).
A Japanese system dubbed "K" has taken first place on the supercomputer TOP500 list announced today in Hamburg, Germany.
Jaguar will launch its C-X75 concept vehicle as an exclusive hybrid supercar.
Twenty-five million hours of computer time? That's certainly a lot of CoD: Black Ops gaming!
Chinese computing power has leapfrogged Europe and Japan, with a new supercomputer ranked as the world's second fastest.
At the New York International Auto Show, the company behind HD Radio technology announced that seven automakers have renewed their commitment to providing HD Radio as a standard feature.