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According to TechEye.net, NVIDIA's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has been approached by headhunters who were looking to find Intel's next CEO. Although this report warrants some doubt, it is not unthinkable as we reported last month that Intel was seriously considering outside candidates for its top job.
The IBM Roadrunner, formerly the world's fastest supercomputer, and the first computer to break the petaflop barrier of performance, has today been declared obsolete and will be dismantled.
The NVIDIA Tegra 4 will empower ZTE devices to provide ultra-fast web browsing, improved app load times, and more realistic gaming experiences - all without compromising on battery life - made possible by the processor's 72 custom NVIDIA GeForce core and quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 CPU.
According to Gartner, Samsung has surpassed Apple in 2012 to become the world's leading buyer of semiconductor products.
According to DigiTimes, Intel is planning to launch its 4th generation Intel Core CPUs. These chips sport a new processor microarchitecture that is codenamed Haswell. There have been official announcements heralding these chips; however, this report boldly stamps an exact date of their arrival.
AMD may be trying to expand beyond PC chips with the hiring of two senior engineers, Charlie Matar, previously senior vice president of engineering at Qualcomm, and Wayne Meretsky, previously technical lead for OS X at Apple.
Rumors of Valve's 'Steam Box' came one step closer to reality at the CES 2013 with Valve CEO Gabe Newell and third party partner Xi3 joint unveiling the Xi3 Piston modular PC, a small form factor PC with an upgradeable modular design.
Intel has outlined its plans for desktop and mobile computing this year at CES 2013, confirming a new mobile platform for smartphones, its next-generation Atom microarchitecture, and 4th generation Core processors.
A team at the University of Southampton in the UK has built a supercomputer out of Raspberry Pi computers and Lego. They have also published a guide on how to make your own Raspberry Pi supercomputer.
Intel is working on a 48-core processor for smartphones and tablets. The company's focus on this project is to find new ways to manage and use multiple cores in mobile devices. According to the project researchers, this massive multi-core CPU may be ready in five to ten years.