Intel will make chips for Qualcomm as it looks to challenge TSMC and Samsung by 2025
TSMC is evaluating Germany as possible location for an European arm
Samsung's upcoming Exynos 2200 SoC may bring "Voyager" Radeon graphics to mobile
Samsung Exynos chips with RDNA 2 graphics are set for release later this year
CPU and GPU Availability and Pricing Update: May 2021
Here's our monthly update looking into the current state of the CPU and graphics card markets. The good news is that one of the two is looking quite healthy, while the other is looking perhaps even worse than it was a month ago.
IBM's new 2nm design can pack over 50 billion transistors onto a chip the size of a fingernail
Top 5 Best CPUs: Intel Core vs. AMD Ryzen
With readers constantly inquiring about which CPU they should buy, and after all the extensive testing you're familiar with, the TechSpot CPU buying guide narrows things down to a handful of recommendations you can trust.
CPU and GPU Availability and Pricing Update: April 2021
As stock shortages of CPUs and graphics cards continues, it's time for an update on the market to see what the current situation is looking like, and whether there will be any relief for buyers in the coming weeks.
If you haven't been paying attention, Nvidia is no longer a gaming company
Intel 2.0's customer dilemma: the foundry move
Foxconn's profit disappoints, but the big manufacturer has set its sights on electric vehicles
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger doubles down on manufacturing, opens up foundry, shifts on strategy
CPU and GPU Availability and Pricing Update: March 2021
CPU and graphics card pricing and availability are still a mess, but is the situation improving? Can we expect to get back to PC building any time soon? Let's take a look at what is happening in the market right now.
Today's automotive supply chains are enormously complex, and semiconductors have an important role to play there
Chip shortages expected to worsen as Texas fabs struggle to restart production
TSMC reportedly auctioning off excess wafer capacity, despite backlog of orders
Amid semiconductor trade war, Europe is seeking "strategic autonomy"
Qualcomm, Google, and Microsoft aren't happy about Nvidia buying Arm
Every second 842 Arm chips were built at the end of 2020
Intel's new CEO: we have to deliver better products than certain "lifestyle company" in Cupertino
Qualcomm acquires chip startup Nuvia for $1.4 billion
Intel discontinues 300-series chipset motherboards
Microsoft rumored to be developing its own custom Arm chips for servers and Surface PCs
Nvidia Ampere vs. AMD RDNA 2: Battle of the Architectures
For GPU enthusiasts, it's been a long two year wait. But now that Nvidia's Ampere RTX 3000 GPUs are out, as are AMD's Radeon RX 6000 series, it's time to take a deep look at how these chips work. Is one of them fundamentally better than the other?