AMD Stories May 5

The vast majority of Chromebooks on the market today run on top of either Intel or ARM-based chips from brands such as MediaTek. But as Chrome OS enters a new era that includes support for Steam, there are new options coming out. Today, AMD is announcing Ryzen 5000 “C-Series” chips for Chromebooks.

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AMD Stories April 14

An early hands-on with a leaked Chromebook powered by AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series processor showcases the high-powered potential for future Chrome OS devices.

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AMD Stories June 29, 2021

Samsung’s AMD partnership allegedly beats even Apple in GPU performance in leaked benchmark

It’s no secret that the chips in Apple’s iPhones far outclass even the best Android options, but the gap may be closing in at least one area. According to a new leak, the Samsung Exynos chip that packs an AMD GPU is making big strides when it comes to GPU performance.

AMD Stories June 1, 2021

AMD confirms it will bring RDNA2 graphics to Samsung Exynos processors later this year

During Computex 2021 today, AMD hosted an event to unveil its latest processors and graphics innovations. Alongside news about phones and even Teslas, AMD also confirmed that its partnership with Samsung Exynos will come to fruition later in 2021.

AMD Stories March 8, 2021

After 10 years, Chrome OS has become the second-most popular operating system for computers in the world, and as a result, we’re seeing more players in the place. In the past year or so, AMD has taken a bigger interest in Chromebooks, bringing its Ryzen chips to the platform. Over the past several weeks, we’ve had the chance to use one of the first AMD Ryzen Chromebooks and put it through its paces, and the results are a bit of a mixed bag.

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AMD Stories January 12, 2021

Samsung teases AMD GPU in its ‘next flagship,’ but not the Galaxy S21

In 2019, Samsung announced a partnership with AMD to beef up the GPU in its mobile devices. Today, at the launch event for the new Exynos 2100 processor, Samsung provided an update on that GPU, saying that the AMD chip will be in the company’s “next flagship.”

AMD Stories September 22, 2020

The Chromebook market has grown considerably over the past few years, but it’s mostly been dominated by Intel and MediaTek. In 2019, AMD stepped into the market with some entry-level chips, but this year, AMD is bringing both Ryzen and Athlon chips to Chromebooks.

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AMD this morning announced that it’s bringing Athlon and Ryzen chips to Chrome OS. HP is the first to unveil its AMD-powered Pro c645 Chromebook Enterprise, while also detailing the latest Intel Chromebox G3.

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AMD Stories July 15, 2019

AMD Link adds support for streaming PC games on Android TV

There’s no shortage of ways to stream your PC games to a nearby TV or even smartphone, but most of those require an NVIDIA GPU to do so. For those with an AMD setup, the AMD Link app now supports streaming PC games to Android TV.

AMD Stories June 3, 2019

We’re demanding more and more of our smartphones constantly, and rendering graphics is a huge part of that. With big games hitting Android more frequently, Samsung has just announced a partnership with AMD to bring some Radeon technology to its future smartphones.

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AMD Stories April 10, 2019

Earlier this year, AMD made a strong entry into the Chrome OS market, starting with affordable models from HP and Acer. Now it seems AMD has their sights set on further competing with Intel by bringing their more powerful Ryzen processors to upcoming Chromebooks.

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AMD Stories March 1, 2019

Google has been hard at work bringing Fuchsia to a wide variety of devices ranging from IoT devices like the Google Home Hub to more traditional computers like the Pixelbook. According to a new code change, the next devices to get the Fuchsia “tap” will be the newly released Chromebooks built with AMD processors, like the HP Chromebook 14 and Acer Chromebook 315.

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AMD Stories January 7, 2019

Yesterday, AMD made big waves in the Chromebook space by announcing its first processors for Google’s web-based operating system. The longtime chipmaker considers Chrome OS a growing market, and claims better performance than Intel at the entry-level.

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