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Samsung To Reveal Intel Atom-Powered Smartphone (Rumor)

06/17/2014, Just about everyone knows how Samsung has built up an impressive number of Android-powered smartphones over the years, and they do not look as though they are going to stop the Android train anytime soon. However, a new rumor has been making its rounds,...

Intel Reportedly Wants To Bury The Atom Brand

07/18/2013, Rumor has it that Intel is internally pondering over whether it should finally eliminate the Atom brand name. The reason behind this move is said to be the impression of low-end products that Atom brand gives in the market. The report comes from Taiwanese...

Giada F100 is a mini PC with a fanless design

10/28/2011, JEHE, a Chinese company, has announced their latest offering, extending their Giada series of nettops through the introduction of the F100 mini PC. For those who use their computers mainly for surfing the web, word processing and playing songs, this is...

Evolio outs ultra thin U9 notebook

10/10/2011, For those in the market for a netbook, Evolio, a Romanian tablet and GPS maker, has recently outed the Evolio U9, a device which they claim to be the “world’s lightest” notebook with a weight of a mere 980g. However based on its specs, we’re...

Intel Tablets To Get Wireless Display

09/14/2011, At its Intel Developer Forum, the chip giant has announced that it would bring wireless displays to its Medfield next-generation of low-power processors. Medfield is the code name for the future Atom processor. Atom has been used in Netbooks and Tablet...

New MeeGo UX shown off at IDF Beijing 2011

04/12/2011, The folks over at netbooknews.com attended IDF Beijing 2011 and managed to catch some MeeGo tablets on display, and spotted a MeeGo tablet with an interesting user experience (UX) layer. They recorded some video footage of it in action and it looks pretty...

Microsoft wants Intel to develop a 16-core Atom chip

01/28/2011, According to some reports, Microsoft is pushing Intel into developing 16-core Atom chips for their server farms. Microsoft’s data servers are currently powered by Intel Xeon server-class chips. While the Xeon processors are fast enough to power...

Linutop 3 Features A Small Linux Atom PC With A Fanless Design

11/30/2010, If you’re too lazy to install Linux on a small form factor (SFF) computer, you might want to pay the folks at Linutop to do so. The Linutop 3 is powered by a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor and runs the Linutop Linux-based operating system, offering you...

HP Slate 500 Hands-On

10/21/2010, HP has just made its Slate 500 slate available. It is a product designed for business and its main objective is to bring the Slate (call it a tablet if you want) form factor to the Windows market. Businesses do run Windows software and often, employees in...

Intel Will Not Be Left Behind of Tablet Race

10/13/2010, With the surge of tablets that are coming or will be coming to the market, Intel is not one to be left behind. Company CEO Paul Otellini says, “We believe that like netbooks, tablets will expand the term for computing overall with a new form factor...

Intel Gearing Up To Churn Out 15nm Atom Processors

09/17/2010, Intel is apparently focusing to improve its Atom processors by coming up with chips based on the 15nm process, which is a significant reduction from the 45nm process used for the current crop of Atom processors. Aside from the 15nm offerings, the company...

SeaMicro server can hold 512 Intel Atom processors

06/14/2010, SeaMicro’s latest server architecture breaks new ground as it can now hold a whopping 512 Intel Atom processors in a 10U rack mount space, where it is hoped that this move will reduce data center power and space requirements by up to a whopping 75%....

Intel states recommended pricing for dual core Atom netbooks

05/17/2010, Intel has just suggested its pricing to OEMs who want to make use of their new dual core Atom processor in netbooks, citing that the 1.5GHz dual-core N550 Atom processor ought to go for between $349 and $399. Apart from that, such netbooks must remain...