Last week, Intel released a Core 2 microcode update to BIOS and OS vendors. The fallout from that release has many analysts scratching their head about the possible danger of Core 2 microprocessors. The big questions are a matter of trust: How can consumers trust a microprocessor which does not compute correctly? Let's take a look at all that entails.
Panasonic has announced that it is developing a new Blu-ray Disc drive that can write to single and dual-layer discs at a max speed of 18 MB/s.
A report published today claims that AMD is pushing back its quad-core desktop processor Phenom until the first quarter of next year. However, AMD told TG Daily that the CPU will be available in H2 of this year, “most likely” in Q4.
PCs from $350 and LCD monitors starting at $100 make up the latest slate of products from cost-conscious PC maker eMachines.
Intel has supplied all major PC vendors with the second generation of its Core 2 Duo E-series processors. Sources told TG Daily that the industry is ready to launch the FSB1333 CPU - with one not so small exception.
AMD today said that it will be shipping standard and low-power versions of its quad-core server and workstation processor in August, with the product introduction being scheduled for September.
Fremont (CA) - Logitech has teamed with optical specialist Carl Zeiss to bring more clarity to webcam video, a format once markedly plagued with low resolution.The Quickcam Pro 9000 and the Quickcam Pro for Notebooks are the latest additions to Logitech's vast line of webcams. The accessory manufacturer is the top seller of webcams, recently announcing the shipment of its 50 millionth unit.
According to a report published by the Inquirer, AMD will be introducing its first quad-core processor on September 10.
AMD has announced the imminent arrival of its HD 2400 and 2600 mainstream graphics cards.
The 29th list of the world’s 500 fastest supercomputers was released today, showing dramatic performance increases throughout. Intel processors are now installed in more than half of all supercomputers officially reported for the ranking.
IBM today announced the second generation of its BlueGene supercomputer technology. The system will scale to a performance of 3 PFlops, which more than 10 times the performance than today’s fastest supercomputer in operation.
Sun has announced a new supercomputer system that promises to leapfrog mere teraflops.