AMD Denies Improperly Giving Sensitive Chip Technology to China

Advanced Micro Devices on Friday denied a report that it had improperly transferred critical microprocessor technology to Chinese partners. On Thursday, The Wall Street Journal reported that AMD’s 2016 joint venture known as Tianjin Haiguang Advanced Technology Investment, or THATIC, allowed a company with ties to the Chinese military to obtain chip technology that could […]

Chip Wars 2019: What Nvidia, AMD, Intel and Dell Announced At Computex

Most of the tech industry gathered in Taiwan this week at the annual Computex show to unveil new devices for everything from running machine learning programs to playing the most bandwidth-intensive video games. The biggest chipmakers–Nvidia, Advanced Micro Devices, and Intel–all showed off new microprocessors that they said would increase the speed of new laptop […]

How Intel Is Trying to Win Back Investor Confidence

Intel’s new CEO Bob Swan continued his campaign to reset expectations about the chipmaking giant, but with limited success. Hosting its first investor day in more than two years, Intel invited Wall Street analysts and fund managers to its Santa Clara, Calif. headquarters for three hours of presentations and speeches. The aim was to convince […]

Why Intel’s Graphics Card Turf War With Nvidia and AMD Turned to Open Standards

As Intel prepares to take on Nvidia and Advanced Micro Devices with its own line of graphics cards coming out in a few years, the chipmaking giant is planting seeds now, by using its dominant position in processor chips, to catch up to its two rivals. On Monday, Intel and some partners debuted an open […]