NEWS/Recent Updates on Computers:

Below are some of the interesting news/web releases about the current state of research and products related to computer architectures, low-power, semiconductors, technology challenges and some miscallenea. Also a chronology of Cnet articles on the power-aware transmeta over years at the end.
Goes usually in chronological order for each topic.
[Please inform me if you find broken links.]

few projections
Big changes ahead for microprocessors | CNET [2001] article on the future of microprocessors: Power, interconnects, CMP, SMT, leakage...
ACM Queue - The Future of Microprocessors - The transition to chip multiprocessors is inevitable. Are you prepared to leverage their power? [2005] article by Kunle Olukotun and Lance Hammond: CMP, power, throughput computing/TLP, parallelizing threads (// programming) with much more acceptable communication costs for latency, transactional memory. Tiny benefits await via deeper pipes, ILP/scale-up.
AnandTech: Interview with AMD's Fred Weber - The Future of AMD Microprocessors [2005] article: More about single threaded performance/latency. Memory, helper threads, instr-n combining (Uop fusion of Pentium M)
IBM: Moore's Law not dead after all [2006] IBM's TC Chen, says Moore's law will go for ~10 more years at devices side at ISSCC. What does ITRS say?
Real World Technologies - A Historical Look at the VAX: The Economics of Microprocessors [Part I] [2006] John Mashey's compiled overview of processors economics and the relevant history.**
Turn Down the Heat ... Please - 7/7/2006 - Electronic News [2006] (Need Overview)
At IDF, Intel touts core competencies | CNET [2006] (Need Overview)
Chipmakers add up their advances | CNET [2006] (Need Overview)
'The world needs only five computers' | Newsmakers | CNET [2006] (Need Overview) - Multicore faces a long road - Five disruptive technologies to watch in 2007
Year in review: In chips, a new balance of power | CNET
ACM Queue - A Conversation with John Hennessy and David Patterson - The Berkeley-Stanford duo who wrote the book (literally) on computer architecture discuss current innovations and future challenges.
Tom's Hardware Guide Processors: CPU Charts 2006
Intel eyes the future of Itanium | Newsmakers | CNET
Moore's Law, The Future - Technology & Research at Intel
Multicore, virtualization, and a shrinking server market: maybe, or maybe not - Keynote: How multicore will reshape computing - IBM CEO Palmisano: Client-server computing is dead
IBM Press room - 2007-05-03 Made in IBM Labs: 10 Chip Breakthroughs in 10 Years - United States - Low-power IC design techniques may perturb the entire flow
AnandTech: AMD - The Road Ahead - Intel's Borkar sees thousands of small cores in your future

Intel's accidental revolution | CNET
IBM Press room - 2005-12-14 IBM Takes Next Step in Opening Power Architecture to Research and Education Community - United States
AMD vs. Intel: AMD Challenges Intel to a Dual-Core Duel - Via debuts chipset for own processor
Sun will be seeing double with Niagara II | The Register - Sun to open-source Niagara processor Verilog code
Itanium: A cautionary tale | CNET
Sun "opens" up Niagara
Sun makes Niagara an open-source chip | CNET
Sun unleashes Niagara servers | CNET
Happy Birthday to the single-chip | | CNET
New Set of Servers Announced by Sun - New York Times
Intel® Pentium® D Processor Product Information
Cramming for your finals, Sun?
$100 laptop expected in late 2006 | CNET
Slashdot | Intel Dropping Pentium Brand
Slashdot | New iMac disassembled
Intel unwraps 65nm 'Presler', 'Cedar Mill' | The Register
Intel prices up 65nm dual, single-core 'Yonah' | The Register
'Sossaman' launches as 'low-voltage' Xeon DP | The Register
Intel confirms 'Core' branding | Channel Register
Intel Macs stay at non-Intel prices | Channel Register
Intel readies 65nm 'Yonah'-based Celeron M 4xx series | The Register
Intel 'Santa Rosa' Centrino to sport 800MHz FSB | The Register
Intel Core Duo T2700 to bring VT to Centrino? | The Register
Intel readies 65nm Celeron D CPUs | The Register
VIA ships 90nm Eden low-power processor | The Register
iMac 17" Core Duo : Page 1
AMD's long-term microprocessor strategy
Intel scraps once-crucial Itanium feature | CNET
Intel answers Itanium mystery with riddle | The Register
Cell processor goes commando | The Register
Intel ships 1m 65nm dual-core chips | Reg Hardware
Sun switches back to blades in '06 | The Register
The Ars Technica Motherboard Guide: Part I — motherboard fundamentals : Page 1
AMD market share reaches 20 percent
IBM Power5+ launch coming next week | | CNET
Slashdot | The World's Fastest Image Processor
IBM goes networking and chip mad with new blade lineup | The Register
IBM bringing gaming chip to blade servers | CNET
SGI delisted, becomes penny stock | Channel Register
SGI warns that bankruptcy might be year-end option | Channel Register
Chips that really get under your skin | CNET
I.B.M. Unveils Server Line That Uses Game Chips - New York Times - ARM clockless core cuts power to about a third
Intel offers four-core trip to Clovertown | The Register
Intel shows off its quad core | CNET
Intel® Core™ Duo Delivered to Embedded Market
IBM Press room - 2006-02-14 IBM Shatters Computing Price Performance Barrier With New High Performance POWER5+(TM) Server - United States
AMD preps low-power desktop processors | Channel Register - IBM flexes Power4 as it ships Regatta servers - Five things you didn't know about dual-core MPUs
Linux boots on Sun's Niagara chip | CNET
Intel strikes back with next-generation chips | CNET
The week in Intel: Conroe, ultraportable plans for 2006
Tux-shaped computer runs Linux
Transmeta still in it for the LongRun | | CNET
Transmeta still in it for the LongRun | | CNET - Transmeta signs long-term deal with Toshiba
Sun frowns on HyperTransport expansion | CNET - IBM debuts FPU for PowerPC
Sun says, 'No THX' to HTX | The Register
HP launching Montecito servers--without Montecito | CNET
Intel to tout new dual-core Xeon at IDF | CNET - Asynchronous designs bend theCLOCK - Virtual system prototypes ease design - AMD introduces Opteron dual-core processor
Partnership set to run RISC software on Intel chips | CNET - Intel taps Transitive for Itanium, Xeon boost
Processor, memory may marry in future computers | CNET
Intel spills beans on UMPC | Reg Hardware - AMD narrows dual-core Turion ship date
Coming Sooner Than You Think: Intel Next-Generation Enterprise Platforms
Energy-Efficient, High Performing and Stylish Intel-Based Computers to Come with Intel® Core™ Microarchitecture - Intel tips new, revamped microarchitecture
Intel demonstrates quad-core PC, server | CNET
Intel's new 'Core' could gore AMD | The Register - Intel discloses 'Santa Rosa' mobile platform
Intel puts on multi-core peep show | The Register
Intel plans low-voltage 'Woodcrest' server chip | CNET
Intel lines up Santa Rosa, WiMax for notebooks | CNET
New Intel quad-core chips are really double duo-cores | CNET
Intel covets Rosetta's cross-platform powers for Itanium
Why Intel doesn't include a memory controller on its chips | | CNET
Big Itanium change coming with 'Poulson' | CNET
Intel confirms H1 '07 next-gen Centrino debut | Reg Hardware
AnandTech: Spring IDF 2006 Conroe Preview: Intel Regains the Performance Crown
Intel and Transitive team on RISC gender bender | The Register
opensparc-t1: Download OpenSPARC T1
A Look at Centrino's Core: The Pentium M : Page 1
Into the Core: Intel's next-generation microarchitecture : Page 1
AMD to focus on Turion brand for 65nm mobile CPUs? | Reg Hardware
IBM, Rapport's Kilocore, and reconfigurable computing
Slashdot | ARM Offers First Clockless Processor Core
IBM bakes security into processors | CNET
Sun plans new thin client, Niagara update | | CNET
'Yonah' Celeron M 420, 430 ship in Japan | Reg Hardware
Sun sells second low-end 'Niagara' server | CNET
Run Windows and Your Mac Simultaneously - New York Times
Samsung prepares to ship first Origami PC
Montecito broadens Fujitsu Itanium line | CNET
Group Nears Record Deal for Chip Maker - New York Times
Mac sales up 12 percent as Apple profits soar | CNET
Intel quad-core chips arriving in 2006 | CNET
Intel launches major reorganization | CNET
The Gap chairman leaving Sun board | CNET
Merom crashing Intel's Core 2 Duo launch event | CNET
AMD whacks processor prices | | CNET
AMD to shell out $5.4 billion for ATI | CNET
IBM boosts high-end Unix servers | CNET
AMD unleashes next-generation Opteron chips | CNET
Intel shows off new 'Tulsa' Xeon | CNET
Dell, AMD expected to expand chip pact | CNET
Intel readies 'Tulsa' Xeon debut | CNET
Sun recoups server market share | CNET - Chip, heal thyself
Intel to complete Core 2 Duo launch on Monday | | CNET
Intel expected to cut thousands of jobs | CNET
AnandTech: NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 (G80): GPUs Re-architected for DirectX 10
Sun's plan for open-source chips bears fruit | CNET
EMC acquires Network Intelligence | CNET
AMD's CTO says Intel messed up | Newsmakers | CNET
Intel to sell new Itanium servers | CNET
Intel to extend x86 for new tasks | CNET
Intel's next-gen notebooks to feature Nokia chip | CNET
Intel opens up chip connections | CNET
Intel wants to offer servers in your size | CNET
IBM's Power6 gets help with math, multimedia | CNET
Photo: AMD's 'Barcelona' processor | CNET
Sun, Fujitsu promise Sparc speed surge | CNET
Intel pounds a new nail in chip-frequency coffin | | CNET
Intel, HP to unveil quad-core chips | | CNET
Sun to unveil data center in a box | CNET
SGI exits bankruptcy protection | CNET
NEC announces new vector supercomputer | CNET
HP regains spot as No. 1 PC maker worldwide | CNET
Transitive hires marketing VP | CNET
Intel shows off sweet 16 server | CNET
Dell debuts first two AMD servers | CNET
AMD folds in ATI for graphics future | CNET
Intel's quad-core chip powerful but pricey | CNET
Dell slips out another AMD notebook | | CNET
IBM to release quad-core Intel servers | CNET
Cray to introduce new Opteron supercomputer | CNET
A $100 laptop prototype for $150 | CNET
Nvidia rolls out speedy 3D graphics hardware | CNET
When 'good enough' graphics won't do | Newsmakers | CNET
Sun knocked out of DARPA supercomputer project | CNET
Welcome to [ Article: NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 (G80): GPUs Re-architected for DirectX 10]
AnandTech: NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 (G80): GPUs Re-architected for DirectX 10
AnandTech: Introducing the Radeon X1650 XT: A New Mainstream GPU from ATI
AnandTech: Intel's Core 2 Extreme QX6700: The Multi-core Era Begins
AMD's 65nm dual-core Athlons to debut 5 December? | Reg Hardware
AMD 'R600' DirectX 10 GPU spied on web | Reg Hardware
Intel samples 45nm 'Penryn' | Reg Hardware
AMD Quad FX debuts in Japanese four-GPU PC | Reg Hardware
AnandTech: AMD's Quad FX: Technically Quad Core
AMD blasts off Quad for PC DIYers | CNET
AMD demonstrates its quad-core server chip | | CNET - Graphics chip giant looks beyond the desktop - Nvidia pushes out graphics IC for iPod - AMD leapfrogs Intel with quad-core server MPU - Ericsson, Intel collaborate to push mobile broadband
AMD's QuadFX (a.k.a. 4x4) disappoints
Marvell ships Intel's gigahertz-capable XScale CPU | Reg Hardware
AMD demos four-core Opteron | Reg Hardware
Nvidia warned off releasing integrated Intel chipsets early | Reg Hardware
Sun: Niagara sequel more power-efficient | CNET - Tensilica rolls 'drop-in' video processor engines - Qualcomm aims to rival Intel in laptop connectivity
Intel demos integrated WiMAX chip
AMD moves to 65nm
A quick look at AMD's quad-core Barcelona
AMD Unveils Barcelona Quad-Core Details
AMD quad-core Barcelona laid bare
K8L Architecture on the 65nm SOI Process Technology in Quad-Core Processors Already in Q2 2007?
AnandTech: OCZ Flex XLC: PC2-9200 Pushes the Envelope
AnandTech: AMD's 65nm Brisbane Core Previewed: The most energy efficient AMD CPU to date
AnandTech: AMD Socket-F Opteron vs. Intel Woodcrest
What's next for AMD? - How Microsoft botched the Ultra-Mobile PC
HTC UMPC revealed on web | Reg Hardware
AMD opens next-gen chip tech think-tank | Reg Hardware
AnandTech: AMD's 65nm Preview Part 2 - The Plot Thickens (Updated with Information from AMD)
A quick look at AMD's 65nm Athlon 64 X2 processors - The Tech Report - Page 1
AnandTech: Quad Core Intel Xeon 53xx Clovertown
A peek at faster Power6, Cell chips | CNET
Real World Technologies - FPF 2005: P.A. Semi's PA6T-1682M System on a Chip
SanDisk introduces 32GB Flash-based notebook drive
Intel adds 'Wolfdale', 'Yorkfield' to desktop roadmap | Reg Hardware
Sony to bring Flash-only UMPC to US | Reg Hardware
Intel introduces new quad-core chips
Sun Solaris gets new partitioning feature | CNET - Intel builds 80-core chip
Intel completes 45nm 'Wolfdale', 'Yorkfield' architecture | Reg Hardware
Intel announces 45nm process, profit shortfalls, and fab sell-offs - HP's chip research extends Moore's Law, fuels growth
Sun speeds Niagara servers | CNET - Sun throws Rock, preps 10G Ethernet
Google Planning Two Huge S.C. Facilities? - Data Center Knowledge
Sun servers heading back to Intel chips | CNET - Sun-Intel MPU deal puts heat on AMD - With Intel deal, Sun joins "chip-agnostic" trend
Intel searching for graphics-processing talent | | CNET
Intel to return to discrete GPU arena | Reg Hardware
Why Sun invited Intel to the party | Perspectives | CNET
Intel jobs page tips GPU plans
Intel speeds up delivery of faster Wi-Fi | CNET - AMD unveils two more mobile processors
Sun's 'Rock' chip: Lots of threads, but how many? | | CNET - Israeli startup readies multicore processor - In battle with AMD, Intel gets its groove back
Intel shows off Penryn chips | CNET
Intel exposes 45nm Core 2 Duo | Reg Hardware - Synopsys sub-licenses PowerPC cores - AMD targets notebooks with Fusion processors
Real World Technologies - An Introduction to Multiprocessor Systems
Supercomputing Online - Homepage for the World’s High-performance Computing, Networking & Storage Professionals
Real World Technologies - Fall Processor Forum 2006: IBM's POWER6 - Heard on the beat: StrongARM spied in iPhone?
Intel won't launch 45nm desktop CPUs until 2008? | Reg Hardware
Low-powered Power chips percolating out | CNET
Intel readies x86 system-on-a-chip as XScale successor | Reg Hardware
Intel's coming embedded play
A new dawn for remote management? A first glimpse at Intel's vPro platform : Page 1
A new dawn for remote management? A first glimpse at Intel's vPro platform : Page 1
'Timna' - Intel's first system-on-a-chip | Reg Hardware
P.A. Semi samples new PowerPC chip
Sun dual-Niagara servers due in 2008 | CNET - CEO confirms 'at least three' ARM processors in iPhone - Nokia uses Infineon chip for entry-level phones - Processor family heads for sub-$5,000 firewall market - AMD rolls three low-power Opteron processors
Intel's GPU plans could include extending x86 ISA
AMD's 'Barcelona' cuts power one core at a time | Reg Hardware
Windows "Vienna": hypervisor being considered - Intel's teraflops chip uses mesh architecture to emulate mainframe
IBM unveils POWER6 microprocessor details
Intel describes 80-core Teraflop chip
IBM's Power6: Bigger iron, lower power | CNET
At ISSCC, the circuit set makes connections | CNET
Sun's Niagara2
PA Semi's 2GHz wonder chip
Xinhua - English
At ISSCC, the circuit set makes connections | CNET
IBM updates Power server, Linux marketing | CNET
eDRAM: IBM's new solution for CPU cache
D-Wave demonstrates quantum computer... or a black box in a fridge : Page 1
New NVIDIA compiler lets developers offload math functions to GPU - AMD introduces energy-efficient chips
Two visions for delivering PCs to emerging nations | CNET
Intel Research Advances 'Era Of Tera'
Meet the World's First 45nm Processor
The AMD 690G: first fruits of AMD/ATI merger
What's so hard about doing non-graphics programming on a GPU? - AMD Launches First Combo Chipset From ATI Acquisition - Freescale to add code protection to StarCore
AnandTech: AMD 690G: Technology Overview - AMD tips quad-core performance - Intel to upgrade workstation chipset, up clock speed of quad-core Processor
Intel, AMD vie for server attention | CNET
AnandTech: Barcelona Architecture: AMD on the Counterattack
AMD demos Barcelona, claims 42% floating-point edge vs. Xeon - Leon processor gets Linux SMP support
Microsoft's new architect faces the future - Multiprocessor startup reportedly raises $20 million
AMD CEO talks about revenue slump, product plans - ARM tips plans for next-generation processor
Nvidia set to put G84, G86 up against AMD RV630? | Reg Hardware - DSPs to go multicore
Apple 'MacBook Mini' to lose HDD, gain Flash? | Reg Hardware - Intel unveils two low-voltage server processors
Seagate ships hard drives with encryption | CNET - Intel unveils first solid-state drives
Intel 'Robson' Flash cache reborn as USB unit | Reg Hardware
Intel gets into the flash hard drive game
SanDisk intros internal Flash drive for laptops | Reg Hardware
Fujitsu LifeBook gets flash option
Intel touts ultramobile chip for UMPCs
Motion-sensing comes to mobile phones | CNET
IBM announces 160Gbps optical networking chip - MIPS licenses ST, expands China R&D center
AnandTech: Intel: More Details on Penryn and Nehalem - Intel to begin 45-nm production in second half
Intel spills beans on Core 2 successor: SSE4, faster virtualization, bigger caches
Intel to complete AMD impression in 2008 | Reg Hardware
Intel drops a Nehalem bomb on AMD's Fusion: integrated graphics, on-die memory controller, SMT
PeakStream expands graphics chip programming | CNET - Intel unveils new microarchitecture
Quad-core heading to NEC's resilient servers | CNET - Dearth of tools could stall multicore onslaught
Beyond the teraflops: Why Intel really put 80 cores on a single chip: Page 1
Sun's new chip group welcomes first customer | CNET
Sun speeds UltraSparc, but some analysts see trouble | CNET - Intel rolls quad-core CPUs for embedded computing
Intel to launch 'Steeley' UMPC CPU on 18 April? | Reg Hardware
Samsung pitches 'ultra-silent' HDD | Reg Hardware
Seagate ships hardware-encrypted notebook drives | Reg Hardware
New beer in wine bottles: NVIDIA to rebrand G80 as supercomputer chip
Intel 'Robson' renamed Turbo Memory | Reg Hardware - Nvidia to enter high-end computing market - Embedded joins multicore parade
Intel to announce the next Ultra-mobile PC design
AnandTech: Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6800: The Fastest Desktop CPU, now with more cores
Game developers adapt to multicore world | CNET - Intel tools support multicore CPUs
AMD's 65nm GPU: why the future of GPUs is smaller, faster, cooler - IBM readies direct chip-to-chip links
AnandTech: Intel Developer Forum - Beijing 2007: Penryn and Intel's High End GPU
Intel's chips taking on new work | CNET - Intel shifts chips to consumer electronics
Intel's Spring IDF brings details on Penryn and SoC plans - Intel rolls media processor
Intel introduces ultra-mobile PC platform | Reg Hardware
AnandTech: Intel Penryn Performance Preview: The Fastest gets Faster - Intel cranks 45nm ultramobile CPU
Hitachi touts small drives for big business | CNET
My free financial advice for AMD | Perspectives | CNET - Multicore platform provider wins $10M - x86 Linux apps to run native on IBM System p
IBM Unix servers get x86 Linux apps | CNET
Analysts confirm ugliness of AMD's Q1 | Reg Hardware
Tech news blog - U. Texas to unveil its supercomputer on a chip | CNET
Dell to fit laptops with Flash drives | Reg Hardware - University plans TRIPS processor 'unveiling'
AnandTech: New Ultra High End Price Point With GeForce 8800 Ultra
Tech news blog - Nvidia's latest 3D card sets records, breaks banks. | CNET - Intel grabs lead in dull graphics market - AMD on track for Barcelona quad-core - Intel predicts $30B next-gen notebook market - Intel roadmap stretches from quad cores to mobile Internet
AMD touts Barcelona, 45nm plans in the face of losses - Samsung ships second-generation ultramobile PC
Helio Ocean: First impressions | Crave : The gadget blog
Samsung: This Q1 goes one better | CNET
RapidMind 2.0 looks for GPGPU gold in parallel workloads - RapidMind developer platform boosts performance up to 30X
Apple invents novel back-to-front iPod control | Reg Hardware
Will Barcelona cure what ails AMD?: Page 1
AMD goes quad-core with Phenom | CNET - AMD leapfrogs Nvidia with graphics chip
AnandTech: AMD Names Athlon's Successor: Phenom
AnandTech: DDR3 vs. DDR2
IBM to debut Power6 servers Tuesday | Tech news blog - CNET
AnandTech: AMD's Next-Generation Mobile Architecture Revealed: Griffin
AnandTech: AMD's UVD Debacle
IBM introduces Power6 chip | CNET - IBM claims speed lead with Power6 server - Intel gives deep dive on Penryn CPUs
IBM's POWER6 flies the coop at 4.7GHz
AMD shows sunny side of Barcelona | CNET - MIPS tips new 32-bit MPU core
Intel: Software needs to heed Moore's Law | CNET - AMD, Micron to go private, says report
Microsoft hopes 'Milan' table PC has magic touch | CNET
How the 'Milan' table PC was born | CNET
HP says no to Intel's Turbo Memory | CNET
Clearing up the confusion over Intel's Larrabee, part II
AMD: Barcelona on time, but Budapest slips | Tech news blog - CNET - Google acquires multicore programming startup
NVIDIA on the highwire: the GeForce 8800 and beyond: Page 1 - Via touts business card sized UMPC platform
Intel discrete GPU due Q2 08? | Reg Hardware
Analysts: 1 Billion PCs in use by end of 2008 | Tech news blog - CNET - Intel details R&D on multi-core
Cache and memory in the many-core era: Page 1
Inside AMD's next-generation mobile architecture: Griffin and Puma: Page 1
Intel readies massive multicore processors | CNET - Intel tips new details on Itanium
AnandTech: Investigating Intel's Turbo Memory: Does it really work?
Nvidia GPGPU line sparks into life with Tesla | Reg Hardware
NVIDIA takes on the supercomputing market with Tesla
Nvidia to beat AMD to release on-the-fly GPU switching tech? | Reg Hardware
IBM supercomputer Blue Gene /P breaks petaflop record
Nvidia's Hybrid SLI: Power when you need it, efficiency when you don't | Tech news blog - CNET
AMD's Barcelona delayed until August - AMD's Barcelona hits 2 GHz in August
New personal computer design wins Microsoft competition
AnandTech: Apple's iPhone Dissected: We did it, so you don't have to
AnandTech: Apple's iPhone: The Future is Here - Intel, AMD redesign MPUs for faster servers - AMD invests $7.5 million in Transmeta
AMD invests $7.5 million in Transmeta | CNET
AMD announces $7.5 million Transmeta investment
IBM performs AIX6 peep show | The Register
Intel and OLPC kiss and make up | Tech news blog - CNET
AMD's, Intel's fortunes diverge over past year | CNET
NEC and Stratus in fault-tolerant server threesome | The Register
AMD goes after AppleTV | The Register
Intel roadmaps laptop-friendly 45nm CPUs | Reg Hardware
$298 Wal-Mart PC features, no crapware
LeftHand brews up IP SAN software | The Register
USB goes Wireless | The Register
EMC profit rises with increased demand | The Register
IBM's Roadrunner set to smash supercomputing marks | CNET
IBM reveals core-to-core optical dream in progress - IBM hails on-chip optical communications R&D - Tool speeds apps on multi-core Intel, AMD chips
Intel's 45nm Penryn/Yorkfield architecture packs serious punch - 'Native' quad core joins X86 fray
Intel boosts Itanium line with Montvale - Intel details 45-nm Penryn benchmark data
AnandTech: AMD's 3rd generation Opteron versus Intel's 45nm Xeon: a closer look - Partitioning applications across multiple cores - AMD, Intel at it again, as both take aim at SoC - AMD's eight-core 'Montreal' due in 2009
AnandTech: Overclocking Intel's New 45nm QX9650: The Rules Have Changed
AnandTech: Intel's Menlow Revealed: Baby Centrino Gets Ready - Intel, Sun, TI debut hot chips at ISSCC
NVIDIA snaps up physics processing company Ageia
Small wonder: inside Intel's Silverthorne ultramobile CPU - Nvidia buys gaming software, hardware maker Ageia
Silent start-up readies to take on Intel in notebooks | CNET - Sun delays Rock processor by a year
AnandTech: NVIDIA Acquires AGEIA: Enlightenment and the Death of the PPU - Multicore puts screws to parallel-programming models
AnandTech: Intel's Silverthorne Unveiled: Detailing Baby Centrino
AnandTech: AMD's CrossFireX: Tri & Quad GPU Preview
Ars Technica reviews the NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT: Page 1
Intel, Microsoft, Uncle Sam sink big money into multicore

POWER - Intel's next-gen mobile platform promises efficiency
Dual-core Xeons show thirst for power | | CNET - Via debuts low-power Eden processor
New Egenera blades get liquid cooling | CNET
Slashdot | AMD Ships Heavy Duty Cooling With Latest Processor
Curbing the CO2 that comes from PC use | CNET - ENIAC targets energy savings
AnandTech: Ultra High-End PSU Roundup
AnandTech: 400-450W PSU Roundup
AnandTech: Power Supply Roundup: 730W to 900W
Data centers eye power costs | CNET
Via launches 'carbon free' computing | CNET
Green tech powers forward | CNET
Electric slide for tech industry? | CNET
Intel pledges support for new Energy Star standards | CNET
Green tech powers forward | CNET
HP fires data center robot, hires cooling sensors | The Register
HP details plans for data center cooling | | CNET
App posted to cut PC power draw, help save planet | Reg Hardware
Dell sells premium energy-efficient servers | CNET
Green tech powers forward | CNET
Electric slide for tech industry? | CNET
Energy Star for efficient servers? | CNET
Huge Power Draws for Google, Yahoo, Sabey - Data Center Knowledge
EPA Tightens Up Power Specs For PCs (TreeHugger)
EPA Announces New Computer Efficiency Requirements | Newsroom | US EPA
Computer Specification : ENERGY STAR
Wireless power gets recharged | CNET
Photos: Inside Sun's Project Blackbox | CNET
Sun Blackbox, meet APC's whitebox | CNET
Wireless power sparks interest at CES
MIT develops model for wireless power
AnandTech: Value Cooling: Two Towers for under $30 - Liquid-cooling unit aimed for HP workstation - Cool it, say chip designers
Desktop CPU Power Survey, April 2006 |
ACM Queue - The Price of Performance: The question is not, "Can you afford to switch to multicore CPUs?" but rather, "Can you afford not to?"
U.S. servers slurp more power than Mississippi | CNET - Data center study finds soaring energy usage
U.S. servers slurp more power than Mississippi | CNET
IT titans hope to put data centers on energy diet | CNET - Tensilica powers up energy estimator for its processors
IBM sees green in environmental tech | CNET
AnandTech: Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme: Is More Better?
HP touts energy-efficient PCs | CNET
Intel announces support for new Energy Star guidelines
IBM touts novel chip-cooling technique - again | Reg Hardware
Energy start-ups see IPOs ahead | CNET
IBM adds low-wattage x86 servers | CNET - Power Sources : Power-harvesting technology enters phase two - Nanogenerator harvests power from waves - Researchers apply energy harvesting to portable devices
40W from your desktop: wireless power gets more powerful
Study: Idiots may cause data-center apocalypse | The Register
Intel web tablet SoC to cut power consumption by 20x | Reg Hardware
IBM unveils energy efficiency plan | CNET
A green cell phone | Tech news blog - CNET - Synopsys, ARM define low-power methodology
Solar thermal energy making a comeback | CNET
Google, Intel target efficient PC power supplies | CNET - EPA plans Energy Star program for servers - Commentary: Determining the cost of power - Greenpeace says more electronic firms going green
Five dirty truths about clean technology | Perspectives | CNET
Personal investing in green-tech stocks: Where to begin? | Tech news blog - CNET
AMD vs. Intel: power efficiency in the server room rests on RAM
Power Plays: How power consumption will shape the future of computing: Page 1
AnandTech: Low Power Server CPU Shoot-out - Fully buffered DIMMs: memory's next move? - IBM 'gas gauge' monitors mainframe energy usage
Power Plays: How power consumption will shape the future of computing: Page 1

Cisco preps for virtualized 'Data Center 3.0' | The Register
New virtualization option coming to Sun servers | CNET
Intel and Vmware Expand Collaboration to Accelerate Adoption of Virtualization
Virtual Windows on a Mac coming to stores | CNET
OpenVZ virtualization heads to Power chips | CNET
VMware opens virtual-appliance marketplace | CNET
VMware opens Mac virtual machine tech to public | Reg Hardware
OpenVZ ported to Sun Niagara servers | CNET
New VMware beta runs on Windows Vista | | CNET
VMware shows off Apple 'Fusion' product | | CNET
VMware going public; EMC keeping control | | CNET
EMC to push VMware public, but still keep control | CNET
KVM steals virtualization spotlight | CNET
VMware fires broadside at Microsoft | CNET
VMware puts a virtual machine in your pocket
Virtuozzo gets IBM database nod | CNET
New XenEnterprise boosts virtual Windows | CNET
An alternative to going to camp. Previewing VMWare's Fusion | Reg Hardware
FAQ: Detangling virtualization | CNET
VMware IPO could raise $100 million | CNET
Gartner: virtualization to rule server room by 2010
Microsoft cuts Windows virtualization features | CNET
Parallels updates Windows-on-Mac software | CNET
VMWare offers Windows-on-Mac tool at half price | Reg Hardware
Parallels breathes sigh of relief after Jobs' talk | CNET
Sys Admin > v16, i15: Near-Native Virtualization Solutions for Linux -- VMware vs. Parallels
Will virtualization be Windows Server's silver bullet? | CNET
Microsoft's anti-virtualization stance: forget DRM, think Apple
Intel buys into VMware
Intel codifies VMware lust with $219m investment | The Register
VMware manages Lab Manager upgrade | The Register
Virtualization services market $11.7 billion by 2011 | Tech news blog - CNET
Microsoft promises VMware beater despite reversals | The Register
VMware gets multi-server config tool | The Register
VMware learns to measure itself | The Register
UPDATE 1-VMware says Cisco to buy $150 mln stake | Technology, Media & Telecommunications |
Cisco buys a hunk of VMware | The Register - VMware in road show to prep for IPO
Microsoft gives Linux a virtual hug | CNET
Photo: XenSource makes a debut | CNET
VMware Fusion beta for Macs goes public | CNET - Intel, Microsoft collaborating on virtualization technology
VMware previews paravirtualization | | CNET
Quad-core Opteron faster at virtualization, AMD says | CNET
IBM announces virtualization management tool | CNET
Sun packages Solaris and more in a free virtual machine | | CNET
Red Hat endorses KVM virtualization | CNET
Fedora and Ubuntu to incorporate Kernel-based virtualization
Windows-on-Mac software gets virtualization update | CNET
Dell plans virtualization-oriented server | CNET - Microsoft denies delays on Longhorn virtualization technology
Microsoft delays virtualization beta debut | CNET
SWsoft adds cheaper intro to virtualization | CNET
IBM taunts Sun, HP and VMware with $40 PowerVM hypervisor | The Register

semiconductor - Leakage takes priority at 65 nm
Intel Announces Chip Technology Breakthrough Using New Materials
Tech news blog - Is IBM using nanosoup for chip production? | CNET - NEC touts nanobridge, 45-nm feats at IEDM - FinFETs may never come in, IBM fellow claims
Intel, Qinetiq tout quantum well transistor breakthrough | The Register
Slashdot | Reduce Transistor Power Consumption - Hynix licenses Ovonyx' phase-change technology - Why Intel took the high-k leap
Intel aims for faster, cooler transistors | CNET - IBM-AMD, Intel describe 65-nm transistors - Japanese researchers unveil 3-D stack for chip integration - Soitec sales double on SOI wafer demand
Semiconductor Insights - 90nm: State-of-the-Art Logic Processes in 2004 - Power management company raises $25 million - AMD licenses Innovative Silicon's SOI memory - Soft errors low on SOI memory, claims startup - Strain not scale marks Intel process, says consultant
Intel 'on track' to debut 45nm CPUs in H2 07 | Reg Hardware
Intel First to Demonstrate Working 45nm Chips
Slashdot | Who Makes Custom Chips? - TI, MIT claim lowest voltage SRAM
Wired News: - Startup offers GaN-on-diamond wafers
Slashdot | A 1.2 Petabyte Hard Drive? - Thermoelectric company gets CIA fund backing
Will Germanium Frosting Keep Moore's Law alive? | | CNET - Intel paid $270 million for Micron's NAND flash - Reference Desk - Is chip growth cycle over?
Intel touts Flash-based PC boot booster | Reg Hardware
Firm pitches $2,800 64GB USB Flash disk | Reg Hardware
Coming soon: 1GB flash cards for $8 or less | | CNET
New way to marry processors, memory gains steam | | CNET
IBM gives chips a cooling rinse | CNET - DFM startup hits the ground running
Intel 65nm-to-45nm crossover coming in 2008 | Reg Hardware
AMD launches its 65-nanometer chips | CNET - AMD rolls first 65 nm CPUs, sees fast shift to 45 nm
Solar cell breaks efficiency record | CNET
The next notebook battery? Lithium polymer | CNET
Getting the silicon out of silicon panels | | CNET - Solar cell breakthrough claimed - True Circuits rolls out 65 nm analog IP - Analyst: Equity group is prepping bid for Intel, ST NOR flash businesses
IBM announces future Flash killer - IBM claims photonics speed record - QuickLogic provides power comparison resource package - Elpida rolls 70-nm DRAMs - AMD preps 300-mm fab in New York - Low-cost Verilog simulator debuts
Hitachi hails 'industry first' 1TB desktop hard drive | Reg Hardware - C-to-RTL compiler touts full-chip design
Intel's Flash cache module wins PCIe thumbs-up | Reg Hardware - HP claims FPGA breakthrough - Intel shows 45-nm processor
PCI Express turns 2.0 | CNET
Hewlett-Packard's FPGA research, and replacing transistors - Hardware generation method anticipates design reuse
Freescale links with IBM in chip development deal | CNET - Freescale joins IBM's 'fab club' - DLP pioneer tells how TI did it with mirrors - Memory chip is the size of a blood cell
Intel cranks up next-gen chip-to-chip play | Reg Hardware
AnandTech: Intel Demonstrates new 45nm Transistors and Conroe's Successor
Chip companies entering their metal period - page 2 | CNET - Intel tips high-k, metal gates for 45-nm
Intel 45nm CPUs to use metal gates, high-k dielectric | Reg Hardware
Real World Technologies - Intel's 45nm Surprise: High-k Dielectrics and Metal Gates - IBM and partners tip high-k, metal gates - Rambus to detail ultra low power I/O technology
IBM's 45nm riposte - ISSCC mulls next-gen fabs, ICs - Under the Hood: Intel has company at 65 nm - IBM drives road to denser CPU memory
IBM looking at new way to pass data to processor | | CNET - IBM's eDRAM helps AMD more than it hurts Intel - IBM, Intel in cache clash - IBM sees immersion at 22nm, pushes out EUV - IBM Zurich uses supercomputer to simulate hafnium gate material
UK researchers reveal room-temperature graphene transistor | Reg Hardware - PoE chip developer raises $10 million in Round B - Intel settles strained silicon litigation - Intel rolls low-cost RFID reader chip - Nvidia, TSMC roll 65-nm embedded DRAM - Intel to sample phase change memory in 1H 2007
Intel to sample PRAM this year (Updated)
Samsung ready with hybrid hard drive | | CNET
Intel outlines PRAM production plan | Reg Hardware - TI's CEO sees new chip drivers - Paper: Fix IC variability post-silicon - Samsung intros 64-gbyte solid-state flash drive - Spansion beats out Intel in handset flash memory - Spansion architecture drives down handset costs - New hot markets: sensors, actuators - Micro fuel cells poised for big growth in portables - Ziptronix demos 3D interconnect chip - Chip architects still chasing better connections - IBM uses 'racetrack' to advance memory storage
IBM connects chips for better bandwidth | CNET - Sony plans to sell ultra-thin OLED TVs this year - Intel to mass produce 128-Mbit phase-change memory - Micron rolls low-power DRAMs for data centers
Samsung adopts latest 3D chip stack tech | Reg Hardware - Samsung uses direct metal links in DRAM stack - Intel, Micron sample 50-nm NAND - Advances seen in high-k dielectrics
Tech news blog - SunPower leaps past expectations | CNET
Wave-power company sinks in IPO | CNET - DFM: just what doctor ordered - Micro fuel cells to hit mainstream in 2010 - Samsung begins production of 16-Gb flash
IBM puts vacuum spaces in chips | CNET - IBM fills 'airgap' to create faster chips
IBM's catches air, touts Top Ten list
BBC NEWS | Technology | Snowflakes promise faster chips - Vertical Circuits rolls 3-D stacking technology
Samsung and LG.Philips announce super-thin OLEDs
China Sunergy goes public as solar panels get cheaper | Tech news blog - CNET - Freescale in-car microprocessor aims for central role - Multiprocessing used to break EDA timing bottleneck
IBM alliance will take the fight with Intel down to 32nm - Automotive electronics, array of technical papers rev DAC
Solar power to go | Tech news blog - CNET - Big shakeup predicted in flash memory markets
Wireless USB gadgets trickle into marketplace | CNET - Applied enters high-k/metal-gate tool market
Apple to use 25 percent of the world's flash memory | Tech news blog - CNET
New transistor design may kick off race to 10GHz - IBM, partners in 32nm device surge - IBM's 'fab club' tips high-k at 32-nm - Memory goes multicore - World's darkest material comes to light - Engineers grapple with digital radio at ISSCC
Nanotubes debut as "last mile" interconnect in 1GHz chip - NEC fabs flexible nanotube transistors

Sandia researchers to model nano-size battery to be implanted in eye to power artificial retina
Search for photos with your own sketch | | CNET
More on Google creating its own global network | | CNET
I can't drive 55...unless you do, too | | CNET
Drive 55, try to stay alive |
IBM Press room - 2006-02-28 IBM Signs Major Strategic Outsourcing Deal With Zorlu Group - United States
Sun pushes pervasive computing | CNET
Google Groups : comp.arch - Freescale, Motorola pull out of UWB Forum
ACCRC: Alameda County Computer Resource Center
PC World's Techlog - ABC Puts TV Shows Online For Free
The Long-Distance Journey of a Fast-Food Order - New York Times
Dummies Book Cover Generator/Maker 2006
Google unveils Web-based calendar app | CNET
Glide: An alternate view | | CNET
Release 1.0 / Fresh Produce / Big Apps Are Coming Back
10 'dumbest' (but rich) businesses | | CNET
Astronomers count Pluto out | CNET
Will solar-cell shortage end in 2008? | | CNET
EMC acquires Network Intelligence | CNET
EMC and Network Intelligence: What it Means. | | CNET
YouTube, what am I bid? | | CNET
Universities biased against women faculty, report says | | CNET
Facebook, a social site, has a suitor | CNET
Mark Cuban: Only a 'moron' would buy YouTube | CNET
Google to buy YouTube for $1.65 billion | | CNET
Visa halts its service for | CNET
Microbes could one day make airplanes safer | CNET
Mahir to Borat: I don't kiss you!!!!! | | CNET
Time magazine names YouTube 'Invention of the Year' | | CNET
[video] 'The Simpsons' on your mobile phone? | CNET
News Corp.: Entertainment going mobile | CNET
Intel eyes nanotubes for future chip designs | CNET
Study: Billions of dollars spent on security | CNET
Russia agrees to shut down | CNET
Cancer-detecting microchip in the works | | CNET - CMOS image sensors aim for true machine vision - Synthesis software takes Matlab to C
Hoop dreams meet wearable tech | | CNET
Testing DRM-free waters: EMI selling a few MP3s through Yahoo Music
Sun releases Looking Glass 1.0 interface | | CNET
Flexible electronic paper to be mass-produced in 2008
Skype on a cell phone | Crave : The gadget blog
New Google SketchUp released | | CNET
MIT-led study finds geothermal energy potential untapped | CNET
Gaming your way into better shape : Page 1
Fox subpoenas YouTube over "24," "Simpsons" episodes
Damaged brain eases urge to smoke? :
Reuters AlertNet - Mankind to blame for global warming say scientists
Branson launches shared stem cell bank | The Guardian | Guardian Unlimited
The worst-kept secret arrives: IPCC summary released U.S. - Bubble memory gives way to bubble logic
InPhase begins shipping holographic storage | Reg Hardware
People's Daily Online -- Researchers find vulnerability site in AIDS virus
14 WFIE, The Tri-State's News Leader: Chain restaurants charged with promoting "X-treme Eating"
AT&T turns cell phones into TV remotes | CNET - NEC says could lose Nasdaq listing on late report
Blackout for YouTube in Turkey | | CNET - Biotech attracts HP to join lab
AMD unveils computer-lab design challenge | CNET - University spinoff gets funds for medical sensor in a pill
DARPA pulls funds for brain software project | | CNET
The crazy boss Hall of Fame | Perspectives | CNET
Opera releases 9.2 browser, adds "Speed Dial"
Tech news blog - A visualization aid for U.S. consumption | CNET - Google, Intel, and Microsoft fund robot 'recipes' - ZigBee 'fridge magnet' monitors energy usage
Doctors Change the Way They Think About Death - Newsweek Health - - News - U.S., China oppose climate report
Dance Dance Revolution hits the high school gym class
Student creates Counter-Strike map of school, gets kicked out of school - What's the greatest Web software ever written? - Vast region of Antarctica melted, refroze in 2005, says NASA
Not quite a breakthrough: Quantum computing takes baby step
Report: Google buying FeedBurner for $100 million | Tech news blog - CNET
Apple moans over sex toy ad | Reg Hardware
Sony debuts flexible TV screen | Tech news blog - CNET
Nuclear fusion firm draws $40 million from VCs | Tech news blog - CNET
AllofMP3 voucher operation shut down in Europe - RFID creates interactive experience at Singapore aquarium
What does CBS want with | CNET
Palm, New Device Out of Touch
PC World's Techlog Hey, Give Palm's Foleo a Chance! - IC firm promises wireless USB sets for $99 retail by year's end - IEEE meeting advances broadband over powerline specs
Could Google kill the cell phone industry? | Tech news blog - CNET
SF supes vote to ban plastic bags in stores
What's next for the bring-your-own-bag fad? | Tech news blog - CNET

Transmeta-Power Story [1999-2005]
Intel clones face tough market | CNET
Intel cloner vows $800 notebooks | CNET
Top secret chip less secret now | CNET
Secretive start-up Transmeta takes aim at Intel | CNET
Details emerging on secretive start-up Transmeta | CNET
Transmeta shoots for 700 MHz with new chip | CNET
The week in review: At last, Transmeta | CNET
2HRS2GO: Intel, Transmeta take turns in spotlight | CNET
Transmeta may file for public offering this year | CNET
Transmeta wins $88 million from AOL, others | CNET
THE DAY AHEAD: Gateway: Transmeta customer now, rich shareholder later | CNET
The week in review: Chip competition mounts | CNET
Major notebook players jump on Transmeta bandwagon | CNET
IBM to overhaul its ThinkPad line | CNET
Compaq teams with Quanta, contemplates Transmeta PCs | CNET
Transmeta running test chips in possible production expansion | CNET
Commentary: Upstart Transmeta tries to break the rules | CNET
Transmeta starts shipping its chip of choice | CNET
Transmeta files for IPO | CNET
Transmeta turns it on with new notebook deals | CNET
Fujitsu to release Transmeta notebooks in November | CNET
Transmeta debuts in Japan; U.S. release in three weeks | CNET
NEC is third manufacturer to release Transmeta notebook | CNET
Notebooks with Transmeta chip arrive in U.S. | CNET
IBM puts Transmeta plans on hold | CNET
Transmeta prices IPO | CNET
Transmeta soars up 115 percent in debut | CNET
Casio to adopt Transmeta for notebooks | CNET
Transmeta, Intel in a battle for notebooks | CNET
Transmeta power savings not great enough, IBM says | CNET
NEC to recall nearly 300 Transmeta-based notebooks | CNET
Sony won't recall Transmeta notebooks despite problems | CNET
Intel swings at Transmeta with new chips | CNET
Transmeta revs up power-saving efforts | CNET
Transmeta shares plunge as lockup expires | CNET
Sony chooses Transmeta again | CNET
Transmeta adds Sharp to Japanese allies | CNET
Intel powers down with new chips | CNET
Investors hammer Transmeta | CNET
Transmeta launches new chips | CNET
Next Crusoe chip bogged down in testing | CNET
Transmeta: Are the chips down? | CNET
Transmeta: Notebooks to rescue Crusoe | CNET
Transmeta to cut 200 as losses deepen | CNET
Intel's Banias: Not built for speed | CNET
Astro to propel Transmeta's comeback | CNET
High stakes for Transmeta's new chip | CNET
Transmeta shows the fine print on Efficeon | CNET
Transmeta's new chip takes a Sharp turn | CNET
Via to throw hat in 64-bit x86 chip ring | CNET
Transmeta mulls exit from processors | CNET
Sony will run with Transmeta's LongRun2 | CNET
Transmeta charts new course | CNET
Transmeta sells, licenses chips to Hong Kong outfit | CNET


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