Chip giant Intel has released some new details on their next range of Itanium Poulson chips at the Hot Chips conference in California.
IBM have developed a new kind of chip that say is able to make predictions and “sense” events similar to the brain; they term the new method “cognitive computing”.
Those running an older i3 processor are in for a treat; Intel is releasing a software update to improve their performance.
Introduction Well folks, we might be a little late to the party, but we can’t have the CPU section of this site looking as light as it does, so it’s time to add another to that small collective.
Donanimhaber.com has been first on the scene with seeing some slides that seem to suggest some quite staggering performance numbers for Intel’s next generation high tech CPU.