PCWorld,Lisa Su, a senior vice president at AMD, told
According to a new report, AMD doesn't want to follow in the footsteps of rival Intel and simply build mobile processors in the hopes that they will be picked up by manufacturers. Rather, AMD wants to work with hardware partners on specific projects that will bring its processors to the mobile world.
Apple hiring a number of the company's ex-employees. The company has mostly built for Windows computers, but it is also going to be building the processor for the Sony PlayStation 4. This isn't the first time we've heard rumors about AMD going into the mobile space, as we heard back in October that AMD was working on ARM-based chips.AMD has been cutting its workforce recently, which has led to