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While the x86 CPU contest between AMD & Intel has grown old, exciting things are happening in the CPU and graphics world. The age of APUs in the x86 world has begun, with both AMD and Intel rolling out new families in early 2011. Meanwhile, 2010 saw the explosive launch of tablet PC's, mostly powered by non-x86 designs, and running non-MSFT OSes and software. What will 2011 bring to the CPU/GPU world?

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12086On a related note to that, there is this:  TSMC to offer neolib12:41:21 AM
12085Microsoft to Unify All Upcoming Versions of Windows, Bridge x86 and ARM Code PTechMkt07/24/2014 07:57 PM
12084Qualcomm's 20nm roadmap has volume in '15, and they have not AFAIK disclneolib07/24/2014 07:43 PM
12083Qualcomm clearly has a lot of volume, bigger than Apple, but recently 20nm was bbrokenst0nes07/24/2014 06:23 PM
12082Xilinx shares falls 14%, downgraded to market perform 11:38a ET July 23, 2014 (MFUBHO07/24/2014 02:55 PM
12081Two troublesome Kim's at Samsung:  neolib07/24/2014 09:35 AM
12080I doubt the accuracy of that Digitimes article, as it does not fit with the receneolib07/24/2014 09:31 AM
12079Digitimes claiming TSMC will keep Apple for 16nm, with only Qualcomm having goneneolib07/24/2014 09:30 AM
12078GF's Malta fab could help out quite nicely with 14nm capacity issues in the neolib07/21/2014 05:12 PM
12077This at digitimes had a related interesting comment:  and neolib07/21/2014 02:50 PM
12076At TSMC, Qualcomm is first out the gate with 20nm I think. They have modems alrneolib07/21/2014 01:28 PM
12075Yet another wrinkle is Qualcomm vs the Chinese gov, and then helping SMIC out onneolib07/21/2014 01:21 PM
12074Think your rose tinted glasses are distorting your view of the world. Crazy suggbrokenst0nes07/21/2014 12:58 PM
12073It is easy to imagine initial 14nm capacity, and ramp up of additional capacity brokenst0nes07/21/2014 12:54 PM
12072I think the 28nm (LP) shortage issue (2012) is a bit only lasted badger307/21/2014 12:32 PM
12071Perhaps. But others besides Qualcomm were wringing their hands about 28nm availneolib07/21/2014 12:14 PM
12070Assuming it was/is TSMC who fabs TD-SCDMA chips for MTK to sell royalty free intbadger307/21/2014 10:18 AM
12069Digitimes is a fun read..but it's written out of you'll usuabadger307/21/2014 09:53 AM
12068This Samsung 14nm (and coupled with GF) SHOULD be of great interest to AMD (and neolib07/21/2014 09:50 AM
12067Semiwiki article on TSMC/Samsung 14nm:  Admitting the obviouneolib07/21/2014 09:45 AM
12066IMHO, digitimes has it backwards: MediaTek needs to explore Samsung as a foundrneolib07/21/2014 09:30 AM
12065Interesting Digitimes opinion:  Commentary: TSMC should neolib07/21/2014 09:29 AM
12064Chromebooks in schools: 1M sold last quarter By Kevin C. Tofel 20 HOURS AGO 5 FUBHO07/19/2014 03:14 PM
12063Not to mention the attribution, with the digitimes article saying Chang himself neolib07/18/2014 01:26 PM
12062Confusing all the days mentioned are out by one, eg Thursday drop for TSMC was ibrokenst0nes07/18/2014 11:08 AM
12061Comment on Intel's 14nm yields from Semicon: I am also hearing Intel is stneolib07/18/2014 10:13 AM
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