During the history of this website, we’ve been one thing or the other. The site began as effectively an Intel-only website simply because that’s where the best action was. In the summer of 2000, we did a 180-degree turn and
The seven biggest memory manufacturers in the world are: Samsung Micron Hynix Infineon NEC Toshiba Hitachi Number Two has or is in the process of taking over the memory business of Numbers Three and Six, which should make it Number
Computing Event of the Year CPU Price Wars: AMD brought the price of high-end processors down to unheard of levels and forced Intel to join in, which drove prices down even more. While both companies are now trying to prop
The Register pointed out this IDC survey of consumers, which indicates a pretty high level of saturation. True, this is a survey of European customers, but given sales patterns, it’s probably even more true in the United States, where the
Overclockers.com: Merry Christmas, Santa! Santa: Yeah, sure. Overclockers.com: A little grumpy today, Santa? Santa: You fly around Afghani airspace these days wearing a beard, and let’s see how jolly you are afterwards. Overclockers.com: You delivered Christmas . . . .
If you haven’t noticed, I’m a contrary sort. So when I see a rather large chunk of the Western world doing their damndest to make you spend money before Christmas, I figure it’s the right time to tell you what
Let’s get these AMD production figures and claims into perspective. This article has caused some discussion lately. First, let’s point out what it did and did not say. It did say AMD processors sales went up 40% in 2001 over