10-nanometer

10.02.19
Microsoft's Surface Neo will use Intel's next-gen Lakefield CPU
10.02.19

Microsoft's Surface Neo will use Intel's next-gen Lakefield CPU

It's the first confirmed device with Intel's 3D 10-nanometer tech.

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10.26.18
Intel made more money than ever despite 10-nanometer chip delays
10.26.18

Intel made more money than ever despite 10-nanometer chip delays

Things are fine now but the future is still a bit murky.

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04.27.18
Intel delays its 10-nanometer 'Cannon Lake' CPUs yet again
04.27.18

Intel delays its 10-nanometer 'Cannon Lake' CPUs yet again

It's still having trouble getting yields where it wants them.

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12.20.17
Samsung's faster, smaller DRAM chips are coming to your next PC
12.20.17

Samsung's faster, smaller DRAM chips are coming to your next PC

Samsung can build the next-gen 10-nanometer DDR4 chips faster, too.

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03.29.17
Intel: Our next chips will be a 'generation ahead' of Samsung
03.29.17

Intel: Our next chips will be a 'generation ahead' of Samsung

Its 10-nanometer chips have double the transistors of rival tech.

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01.02.17
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chip is big on photography and VR
01.02.17

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chip is big on photography and VR

Say hello to the mobile processor that will define 2017.

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11.17.16
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 is its first 10-nanometer chip
11.17.16

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 is its first 10-nanometer chip

The company says it conforms to Google's Nougat specs for USB Type-C.

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10.17.16
Samsung starts building 10-nanometer processors
10.17.16

Samsung starts building 10-nanometer processors

It'll reportedly manufacture Qualcomm's next-gen CPU using the tech.

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04.05.16
Samsung first to market with 10-nanometer DRAM
04.05.16

Samsung first to market with 10-nanometer DRAM

The memory is 30 percent faster and uses 20 percent less power.

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