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As per usual, the team at iFixit has set about disassembling Apple's newest product, the Mac mini, with a modicum of glee.
The Khronos Group has ratified OpenCL 1.1, a programming standard that enables parallel execution of tasks across multicore processors.
Over the past few years, many processor chips have moved far beyond the traditional functions of plain old central processing units and are now responsible for an array of functions including power saving, system memory and video processing.
Intel plans to release a version of its Atom processor early next year that's designed for tablet computers.
Intel said it will bring elements from the Larrabee graphics processor inside CPUs, a day after announcing the chip's demise.
Apple very quietly updated its white polycarbonate MacBook on Tuesday, adding a faster processor, better battery life, and a new graphics chip.
Take a deep delve into the privacy issues surrounding Facebook, learn how to see which graphics card your MacBook Pro is using, and guess which feature didn't make the cut for the Web version of Microsoft Office?
Intel CEO Paul Otellini said netbooks are on the rise as consumers purchase the device as a primary PC.
Intel plans to next year release the successor to its recently released eigh-core server chip.
Apple has bought yet another chip developer -- this time, an Austin, Texas-based company that helped design the CPU inside the iPad.
Apple has finally made hardware-accelerated video decoding available to third-party developers—including Adobe Flash.
The chief executive of ARM has denied that Apple plans to buy the company.
Rumors are circulating in London's financial community that Apple may bid for ARM, a Cambridge-based chip maker.
Intel sees its Light Peak technology for linking devices by optical cable as potentially succeeding USB 3.0.
Intel on Tuesday reported strong earnings for the first quarter of fiscal 2010, with the company calling it the "best first quarter ever."