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Foveros, Sunny Cove are two big markers in Intel's future

Intel Architecture Day has come and gone but five hours of presentations have left lasting impressions that Intel is all fired up on innovation. "Intel covered a good amount of ground at the Architecture Day," wrote AnandTech.

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Qualcomm fires up Snapdragon announcements, courts business PCs

Qualcomm has made several announcements. Ron Amadeo, Reviews Editor, Ars Technica: "Qualcomm's biggest strength in the SoC market is its modem technology and intellectual property, as it's one of the few players that can ...

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New audio production technology enhances user experience of broadcast content

Digital audio files for broadcast are typically created to suit particular combinations of loudspeaker type and position. Performance may suffer if playback conditions do not match the intended combination. Nevertheless, ...

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Intel launch event ushers in 9th generation processors

Intel has announced its 9th generation of Core processors, namely the "9th Generation Core-X family," at its October 8 launch event.

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AMD steps up its Ryzen game with 45W chips

Ryzen and shine. AMD has released new laptop chips and expect their glitter to come through in high performance laptops. Namely, AMD has listed Ryzen 7 2800H and Ryzen 5 2600H on its website, said Tom's Hardware.

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Molecular clock could greatly improve smartphone navigation

MIT researchers have developed the first molecular clock on a chip, which uses the constant, measurable rotation of molecules—when exposed to a certain frequency of electromagnetic radiation—to keep time. The chip could ...

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Wear OS smartwatches to get new Qualcomm chip boosts

As Android watchers know, the nomenclature Android Wear for a smartwatch platform was changed. Now it is Wear OS. More platform-agnostic. Less static from those who flinch at the very sound of the word "Android."