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  1. AMD might get 20% market share of laptop CPUs in Q1 2020.
  2. Their stock price reached a record high.
  3. AMD has 40% market share.
  4. New technology for cooling laptops.
  5. I read no mention of a 1nm process. I only read a mention of 0.3nm process with "'2D assembly' materials". The 1.4nm process are supposed to have 12 silicon atoms across. I don't know how much more they can shrink the technology. I would assume though, if I needed to guess, that the 1nm process would come out 2031. Unless they take 3 times the amount of time to reach the next level of technology, like they did from 14nm to 10nm.
  6. Intel Roadmap: 10nm 2019 7nm 2021 5nm 2023 3nm 2025 2nm 2027 1.4nm 2029
  7. Intel have now actually released processors based on their 10nm process.
  8. AMD have released processors based on their 7nm process.
  9. Intel have released CPUs based on their 10nm process.
  10. Intel Corporation's Interim CEO is now their permanent CEO.
  11. Intel Corporation's Cascade Lake is supposed to have a fix for Variants 1 - 5. Cascade Lake is for server processors, but this news tells us that Intel's regular chips should have fixes for these by the next generation, or the one after that. 10nm is postponed to the end of 2019 or 2020. ARM claims that they will have 5nm processors out by then.
  12. I was wondering if I were going to buy a new PC once they came out with a hardware fix for Spectre/Meltdown. That would be 9th generation core processors? I would be waiting longer otherwise. Before that I was thinking I would wait for laptops as thin as you mentioned to be extremely capable. So far Intel has more in that space than AMD. I'm happy that there's competition now so that they all put more effort into coming out with better stuff.
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