Trade Shows

Following the cancellation earlier this year of the 2020 Mobile World Congress trade show, GSMA, the organizer behind the even, has finally disclosed details regarding the compensation packages that it will provide to attendees and exhibitors who had already paid to attend the show. The organization will refund price of tickets to individual visitors, while exhibitors will have two options, depending on how much they've spent.

AMD Shows off Three new Sockets at Spring IDF 2006

Socket-AM2, Socket-S1 and Socket-F - all on display before the start of this year's Spring Intel Developer Forum. AMD also turns the spotlight on Live, the latest specs...

15 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/7/2006

Live from Taiwan: Cebit 2006 Preview

We've just returned from Taiwan where we got the scoop on the hot products that everyone will be talking about at Cebit later this week.

22 by Wesley Fink on 3/7/2006

CES 2006: Motherboards, Memory, Cooling, and a Few Surprises

A look at the motherboards, systems, cooling and memory that were grabbing attention at CES.

36 by Wesley Fink & Jarred Walton on 1/11/2006

CES 2006 - Day 3: Playstation 3, Quarter-size Hard Drives, SED and lots of TVs

If you thought our Day 2 coverage was a bit on the long side, you should keep in mind that we wanted to include much more than we actually...

45 by Anand Lal Shimpi & Manveer Wasson on 1/9/2006

CES 2006 - Day 2: Blu-ray/HD-DVD, PureVideo H.264, Viiv, Centrino Duo and a lot more

The first day of CES was the quiet before the storm, today we've got coverage of everything from Blu-ray and NVIDIA's new H.264 decode acceleration to a live demo...

38 by Anand Lal Shimpi & Manveer Wasson on 1/7/2006

CES 2006 - Day 1: Dell's 30" Display, Quad SLI, WUSB and more

We got some up close and personal time with Dell's new 30" display, saw the world's first Quad SLI system, witnessed a Wireless USB demonstration and even saw a...

48 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/6/2006

ATI's OCUR Brings CableCard and HDTV Support to Windows Vista

It's almost here, CableCard and HDTV support in Windows Vista made possible by ATI. We got a demo of ATI's brand new HDTV tuner that will ship when...

41 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/5/2006

Q4 Motherboard and Graphics: Tour de Taiwan

We have some exciting first looks at various motherboards and graphics from across Taiwan, including several unannounced and unreleased prototypes. Check out what we saw on our latest...

23 by Kristopher Kubicki on 11/2/2005

Fall IDF 2005 - Day 3: The Rest of Rattner

Earlier today we reported on the most interesting element of Justin Rattner's keynote: Intel's research project to bring a CMOS voltage regulator and North Bridge/GMCH on-chip. Now we bring...

17 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/25/2005

Fall IDF 2005 - Day 3: Intel Demos On-Chip North Bridge & Voltage Regulator

Forget about AMD's on-die memory controller, Intel's got on-chip memory controller, graphics and voltage regulator in their latest research project. And it works.

36 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/25/2005

Fall IDF 2005 - Day 2: More Details on VIIV and Next-Gen Architecture

We've got more details on Intel's Memory Disambiguation technology and the hardware (and software) requirements for the VIIV platform. We also found out the trick behind Intel's instant...

26 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/24/2005

Fall IDF 2005 - Day 2: Intel Introduces their VIIV Brand

Intel introduced Centrino for desktops and it's called VIIV (pronounced vive). Find out what the future for the Digital Home PC will be in 2006.

19 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/24/2005

Fall IDF 2005 - Day 2: Pat Gelsinger Reveals Intel's Server Plans

Pat Gelsinger reveals Intel's future server plans, including their new Xeon cores with up to 16MB of on-die cache and approximately 1.3 billion transistors.

11 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/24/2005

Fall IDF 2005 - Day 1: Coverage of Everything

We finish up our Day 1 coverage with a little bit of everything. ATI running CrossFire on 955X platforms, Intel/Panasonic's new battery technology, speculative thread execution, Xbox 360...

14 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/24/2005

Fall IDF 2005 - Day 1: Pictures of Intel's Next Generation CPUs

Now that we've talked a bit about its architecture, we're ready to show you some pictures of the actual 65nm next-generation CPUs. Pics of Conroe, Yonah and even...

23 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/23/2005

Fall IDF 2005 - Day 1: Intel's New Architecture Details Revealed

UPDATED. Just after Intel's opening keynote of the conference, they have provided us with some more detailed information on their new microprocessor architecture. Features include a 14-stage pipeline...

26 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/23/2005

Fall IDF 2005 - Day 1: Intel Introduces new Microprocessor Architecture

IDF has begun, and Intel kicks it off with a formal announcement of their brand new 65nm processors based on a unified architecture.

34 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/23/2005

Industry Update - Q2-2005: Chipset wars, AMD's growing market share and more...

There's a lot of updating to do on the CPU, chipset, motherboard and memory markets based on our findings at this year's Computex in Taiwan.

45 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 6/13/2005

Computex 2005 - Looking Ahead

More companies will make Crossfire, DDR2-1000 Memory, Abit emerges from financial chaos, Foxconn moves into AMD market, and more.

20 by Wesley Fink on 6/10/2005

Apple's Move to x86: More Questions Answered

We provide our thoughts on Apple's switch and shed some more light on your questions.

56 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 6/7/2005

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