Looks like Maximum PC isn't the only one sporting an overhauled site these days. AtomFilms, owned by MTV Networks (who in turn is owned by Viacom), relaunches today as simply Atom.com. More than a name change, the redesigned site will focus exclusively on comedy because, well, the web apparently isn't funny enough already.
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Intel and VIA are concentrating their resources on developing the least power-sapping processors to wrest the lucrative ultra-portables market. But they might soon have to contend with a late entrant. A leaked slide on Gottabemobile.com suggests that AMD is going to enter the low-voltage processor race with its Shrike platform.
Assuming the authenticity of the slide and veracity of Gottabemobile, the Shrike platform will be the first manifestation of AMD’s exciting Fusion platform, and so, will have a GPU and CPU on the same dye. The slide proudly proclaims Shrike to be the first Accelerated Processing Unit. If this does head to ultra-portables then it will certainly spruce up their limited graphical capabilities.
If DigiTimes is to be taken at its word, Intel has already pushed back the launch of the dual-core Atom to September, 2008. The delay is due to the shortage of the 230 single-core Atom, according to the unnamed sources cited in the story. Interestingly, Intel hadn’t even given any launch date for the dual-core Atom in the first place, let alone announcing a delay.
Things are going to hot up in the high stakes low-power processor market with AMD readying its ‘Bobcat’ processor. NVIDIA’s Tegra is the other processor in the race. Given the competition, Intel might just be waiting for the correct time to launch the Atom 320 processor.