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  • Intel introduces a new project for laptops with 5G and AI

    AI and 5G are currently the biggest buzzwords in the smartphone world, and now they’re making their way into the laptop space. Chipmaker Intel announced a program named “Project Athena” to encourage hardware makers to build laptops with AI and 5G capabilities, starting later this year. The company describes the project as being “designed to enable new experiences and capitalize on next-generation technologies, including 5G and artificial intelligence.” The project will outline specifications...

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  • AMD launches powerful new Ryzen laptop CPUs

    AMD has announced its new range of mobile CPUs at CES 2019.

  • ASUS turns to AMD for its latest TUF gaming laptops

    ASUS' latest TUF gaming laptops may look about the same as before, but under the hood, it's a new ball game. Rather than packing Intel and NVIDIA parts, the 15.6-inch FX505DY (above) and 17-inch FX705DY (below) are all AMD, with a 12-nanometer, four-