Greenland APU gives it the necessary firepower
AMD mini cores and modular designs backed by HBM graphics and the upcoming Greenland GPU core might be a winning combination for AMD.
Focused on low power
Greenland is the successor of Fiji, and we don’t think it will be radically new core. The main goal for Greenland is to bring more performance per watt to AMD GPUs in 2016.
Fiji XT and Fiji VR dual-chip
We have an update on AMD’s highly anticipated flagship GPU, codenamed Fiji.
No APU, 16MB L2, 64MB L3 cache
We recently showed you a new 16 Zen core next generation processor with Greenland integrated graphics and DDR4 support.
Has integrated Greenland HBM GPU
We have mentioned both AMD's Zen core processors, as well as Greenland HBM memory powered graphics in the past, but now we have a few more details.
Now starts with 28W Broadwell-U
It looks like Intel has managed to squeeze Iris graphics inside 15W Skylake processors.
No Broadwell for desktop business customers
Currently the fastest Core i7 for business customers that supports Intel vPro is the Core i7 4790.
A few tweaks required
Fiji XT is AMD's next generation GPU core and many end-users have very high hopes for this product. It looks like Fiji XT based cards are launching in June, and they will give Nvidia's Geforce GTX 980 a run for its money.
Still as difficult to fix as the One M8
HTC has one of the most expensive / luxurious looking Android phones on the market, and the fact that One flagships have a gorgeous all-metal body comes at a price.
Moving away from stock UI
OnePlus One is a young mobile company that made a big deal about a phone with great specs that most people can't buy. They generated a lot of buzz through their invitation only program and ended up with a lot of media coverage.