AMD may be dropping some long-maintained names for its microprocessors to improve its 'Vision' branding scheme. The company's current names for its processors, including Athlon, Phenom, and Sempron, are to be discontinued later this year when AMD introduces new processors according to a report.
Sony has refreshed its VAIO YB series notebook with the AMD Fusion platform, which features a graphics card and processor integrated into one chip.
Acer announced its Aspire One 522 netbook featuring AMD's Fusion processor technology at CES 2011; it officially now available for sale.
HP is saying "goodbye" to last year's Pavilion dm1z and "hello" to the completely redesigned HP Pavilion dm1. The new dm1 is HP's first notebook featuring AMD's new Fusion processor technology to deliver "all day battery life" and perfect HD video performance. How can we say no for just $449?
Even before the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show gets started in Las Vegas some of the biggest names in the notebook industry are showing off their latest toys. Keep reading to find out more.
Intel has officially announced its second-generation of Core-series processors, otherwise known as "Sandy Bridge".
AMD was kind enough to give us behind-the-scenes access to their newest Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) which combines a low voltage CPU and a new powerful GPU onto a single piece of silicon. Should your next laptop have AMD inside? Keep reading to find out.
AMD's long-awaited "fusion" of a processor and a graphics processor onto a single chip is now a reality. This dime-sized Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) combines an low voltage CPU and a new powerful GPU onto a single piece of silicon. What does this mean for you?
AMD has announced it will launch its "Zacate" Fusion Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) next week; it is a new dual-core processor with built-in graphics.
AMD, which purchased Canada-based graphics card maker ATI back in 2006 for $5.4 billion, says it will be dropping the ATI branding soon.
MSI has introduced its latest consumer multimedia notebook, the FX610 featuring a 15.6" display, ATI Radeon graphics, and a triple-core AMD processor.
AMD has outlined its new "Bobcat" microprocessor architecture for notebooks. It is an evolution of their current x86 architecture.
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