The most interesting noise AMD has made so far this week is found in this story at ZDNet, which says AMD will be delivering .1GHz speed bumps every 5-6 weeks through the end of the year, starting Monday. I don't doubt AMD is capable of doing this. The clock cranking will be accompanied by the release of the 760 chipset, which support DDR SDRAM, later this year.
Also swirling about on the AMD front are rumors that a deal with Transmeta may be in the works. Rumors have ranged from reports that Transmeta may license the LDT bus architecture to speculation that a full-blown CPU cross-licensing deal is in the works. I tend to think the LDT thing makes the most sense, but time will tell.