Microsoft is apparently planning to launch two new Xbox versions in the coming years. The first will be a cheaper unit with Kinect support, designed to keep the new "casual" market happy. Then the more powerful, proper Xbox 360 follow-up will arrive much later, to keep the "core" element amused.
New reports regarding Sony's next PlayStation claim the complex Cell processor series that powered the PS3 could be for the chop, with Sony believed to be looking to simplify its next-gen machine to appease developers.
AMD has been going head-to-head with Intel in the PC market for years, so it's no surprise that they will be hot on Intel's heels in the mobile space, too. Yep, they have plans to design tablet CPUs. It's like two gorillas shrinking themselves to do battle in your pocket.
We've had plenty of rumours regarding announcement dates, names and even some possible functionality for Microsoft's next home console -- now the latest rumour says MS is planning a late-2013 launch for its next-next-generation home machine.
The Radeon 7970 is packing some serious firsts: a brand new core design, and the world's first GPU using cool, efficient 28 nm transistors. But it's also designed, of course, to be fast as hell. Gamers, you're gonna want one.
AMD Australia has spilled the beans on the company's plan for thinspiration: Intel won't be the only ultra computer in town! No—coming soon, we'll have AMD Ultrathins in addition to Intel Ultrabooks. Caveat: they might not be thin.
Your quad-core computer doesn't seem so great anymore now, does it, champ? AMD's Opteron 6200 boasts 16 cores running at up to 2.6 GHz each. That is a lot of number crunching. Sadly, the monster isn't made for you.
Just last month, AMD staged an event to squeeze an amazing 8429.38 MHz out of its FX-8150 processor. The highest-clocked CPU in the world—it was a big production. And now they've been beaten by a team of one.