Blog: Sooner than expected, Apple has brought Intel's mobile Core 2 Duo (a.k.a. Merom) chips to its iMac line and introduced a larger size.
Blog: Coinciding with Intel's mobile Core 2 Duo announcement today, a number of manufacturers have updated their laptops with the new processor.
Blog: As promised at last month's launch event, this morning saw the release of the laptop versions of Intel's Core 2 Duo processors.
Blog: Core 2 Duo marks the first time Intel has used the same architecture across its entire line of server, desktop, and notebook processors.
Blog: Intel did have a bit of news on the laptop side, committing to an end-of-August time frame for new Core 2 Duo laptop processors to appear in notebooks on store shelves.
Blog: Even though we lifted the lid on the new Intel Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Extreme CPUs last week, along with early reviews of systems from Falcon, Dell, and Velocity Micro, there are even more desktops with Intel's speedy new chips being announced today.
Blog: With Core 2 Duo officially launching today, Intel follows with its own price move on its old Pentium D 900 series and other older dual-core chips.
Blog: AMD has promised for months that it would be dropping prices on its desktop CPUs, and today it finally made the new pricing public.
Blog: Despite rumors to the contrary, Dell's XPS 700 isn't leaving the factory with an overclocked Core 2 Duo processor.
Blog: It's been on Digg, and it's been on Engadget, but the rumors about Dell shipping the XPS 700 are incorrect.
Blog: Intel released its Core 2 Duo desktop processors tonight. We threw our full suite of benchmarks at two of the five new chips.
Blog: These next-generation dual-core desktop processors are certain to shake up the PC landscape.
Not every Core 2 Duo-based desktop is a $4,000 gaming monster. We've reviewed a handful that sell for $1,000, give or take. Read our reviews before you break the bank on a new Core 2 Duo PC; you should be able to find what you want and stay within your budget.
Intel announced its Core 2 Duo processors in July, but the mobile versions of the chips weren't available until today. Read our reviews here and expect more Core 2 Duo laptop reviews soon.
We've already reviewed a handful of Core 2 Duo systems, as well as the chips themselves. Today's official launch of Intel's new CPUs brings even more systems to light.
Dell's XPS 700 and Falcon Northwest's Mach V are on the heavyweight gaming powerhouse side and Velocity Micro's Vector GX Campus Edition is for back-to-schoolers.
Intel's vPro brand appeared on business PCs from all the usual suspects Thursday, as the chip company tries out the latest facet of its platform-marketing strategy.
Apple Computer's iMac desktops are now equipped with Intel's new Core 2 Duo processors, the Mac maker said Wednesday.
Dell, Gateway, Toshiba and others trotted out their first systems based on the notebook version of the chip, formerly code-named Merom. Merom systems were previewed at Intel's Core 2 Duo launch event in July, but systems are now available for order from PC companies.
Intel officially closed the books on the Pentium era on Thursday with the Core 2 Duo, its most important product launch in 13 years.
Intel is finally ready to launch its Core 2 Duo processor Thursday at an event at its Santa Clara, California-based headquarters, after months of talks and PowerPoint slides. And based on the early reviews, it appears as though Intel has a winner on performance.
Independent chip reviewers across the Internet unveiled the results of their tests of Intel's upcoming Core 2 Duo processor for desktops, or the chip formerly known as Conroe.