We have several articles that should pique your interests today. First up are two different articles on the recently revealed Xbox One: one discusses everything you need to know about the console and the other looks at how Microsoft seems to be turning the Xbox from a game console into a home entertainment hub. We have a look at what the ASUS Transformer Prime is capable of even after a year of being available. There's also a look at not one but three different AMD parts: the Temash, Kabini, and Richland mobile platforms; the Jaguar and GCN compute architecture for Temash and Kabini; and finally a performance preview of a laptop outfitted with the A4-5000 Kabini.
AMD 2013 Mobile Platforms - Temash, Kabini, and Richland @ PC Perspective
Jaguar + GCN - The Compute Architecture for Temash and Kabini @ PC Perspective
Performance Preview - AMD A4-5000 Kabini Reference Notebook Tested @ PC Perspective
Xbox One: Entertainment Hub First, Gaming Console Second - But Could It Disrupt TV? @ TechSpot
What You Need To Know about the Xbox One @ ThinkComputers
A year later: Transformer Prime @ LanOC Reviews