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Intel's 14nm Process Is Alive And Well, Thank You

Intel lifted the veil today on its 14nm process and shared many, many details on it. 

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After Auditioning on Kickstarter, Hardware Startups Raise Hundreds of Millions

Travel back in time to 2008 and life was very different for inventors and entrepreneurs who wanted to launch a new piece of hardware. Unlike a new mobile app, it can take millions of dollars in development costs before a gadget makes it into the hands of the first consumer.

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Why doesn't Intel put DRAM on the CPU?

They keep cramming more transistors on chips every year while performance gains have slowed to a crawl. Why not put DRAM on-chip to speed up CPUs?

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The GPLv3 GPU Is Now Available

The GPLGPU is now available, a GPLv3-licensed Verilog design for a 2D/3D graphics engine...

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This Motherboard Looks Sick

If you're not a PC gamer you're about to be one, all because of the ASUS Republic of Gamers Maximus VII Formula Z97 motherboard. Sure, you might be interested in its maximum DDR3 RAM capacity of 32GB, or its dual PCIe 3.0 expansion slots, or its copper "hybrid cooling" system,...

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