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The Last HOPE: The AMD Project

Check out the AMD Project going down at The Last HOPE this weekend. I’d type up an original piece but the official website does it so, so well: This weekend, the Attendee Meta-Data (AMD) project will introduce a new location-aware social networking system to track and bring together hackers based on a huge array of matching interests. Conference goers will ...

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AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ comes into 3GHz territory

Since Intel has released its Core 2 Duo line of processors, AMD has been out of the spot light, shunned to behind the center stage. Ever since, they have been scrambling to come up with something that can overpower the double core chips. AMD has just released another chip for the Athlon 64 line: the X2 6000+. What’s suprising is ...

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NetCafe frenziness will push up Asus sales by 50%

Asus currently takes up 1/3 of the world’s computer motherboard market, and they have been doing that by striving to expand the market themselves. At a press conference on Friday, Asus indicated that they would join forces with intel (not AMD), they even projected that their sales will increase by another 50% in 2007, if they manage to meet their ...

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New AMD Brisbane processors hit 65nm

The first 65 nanometer chips made by AMD have just arrived. The codename for these chips is Brisbane, and they are a welcome addition to the Athlon 64 line. Probably the most significant part of these new chips is a transition to 65nm from the previously held 90nm AMD CPUs. Like nearly every processor released nowadays, the Brisbane line is ...

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