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Intel says tomorrow’s processor technology ‘will be fundamentally different’

Intel is making a fundamental change to the way it develops its processors, a change that's going to require some serious rethinking, as well as some help from quantum mechanics.
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Intel closes loophole that allowed overclocking of non-K processors

Shutting down a popular loophole that allowed PC builders to overclock non-K processors, Intel's microcode update will ultimately push users back to more expensive processors as well as add-on protection plans.
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Four generations of Intel HD Graphics tested

Intel's HD Graphics has come a long way over the years, but is it enough to play modern games at 1080p? We tested four generations of the hardware to find out first-hand.
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Can a Surface Phone save Windows 10 Mobile?

With upcoming ARM64 and x86 support on Windows 10 Mobile confirmed in a Microsoft job posting, it's only natural to begin speculating the existence, and moreover, the marketplace viability of a Surface Phone.
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Don't have a solid state drive? These five SSDs will help you get with the times, on any budget

Want to join the solid state bandwagon on a budget? We've found five drives that range from $100 to $1,000 in price, so you can get the most bang for your buck.
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These 5 processors prove you can build an awesome PC on any budget

Looking to upgrade your processor, or build a new PC? We've selected the best processors at a variety of price points so you can enjoy maximum performance no matter your budget.
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Intel accelerates mobile performance with new superstar mobile quad-core chips

Intel has rolled out prices for some late additions to the Skylake mobile lineup, with new i7 and Xeon mobile chips for work and play. The processors have four cores and Hyper-Threading.
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Intel’s silicon superiority may slip as shrinking chips gets harder

Intel's Kaby Lake is on the way for 2016, but the devil's in the details, and the new chip lineup may harbor more than one dark secret about the future of Intel's research and production methods.
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After three years of neglect, Intel’s RealSense is finally worth your attention

Intel revealed "perceptual computing" to the world three years ago, and the world didn't care. But instead of giving up, Intel has found creative ways to use the technology in drones, robots, and games.
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Is the iPad Pro really faster than a MacBook? The latest tests say ‘no’

A review of the iPad Pro by Anandtech has revealed new details on how the iPad Pro compares to Intel's Core M processors, and makes it clear that Cupertino's engineers still have some work to do to defeat the champ.
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AMD attacks Intel over SYSMark benchmark, but do its own claims hold up? 4:33

AMD has gone on the offensive in a new video that claims SYSmark, a benchmark frequently cited by Intel, is biased. But the substitutions AMD itself argues for aren't neutral, either.
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Geekbench benchmark appears to be new MacBook Pro, but it’s probably just a Hackintosh

A benchmark test performed on Geekbench last week seemed to uncover a new MacBook featuring a Skylake processor, but it now looks likely that the report was generated on a Hackintosh.