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Kno tablet is no more

04/08/2011, Remember the Kno tablet that was supposed to be shipped out to pre-order customers by this month? Well, it’s uncertain if anybody even got their hands on one, as we’re having a hard time finding news of it online, but in any case –...

Intel SSD 320 Review

03/28/2011, Intel has just released the Intel SSD 320 Series, currently represented by six products with capacities ranging from 40GB to 600GB. With this new line of solid-state drives (SSD), Intel’s goal is to expand the market in which the Intel X25M was so...

Dell Inspiron R laptops now available

03/18/2011, If you’re a fickle minded kind of person who finds yourself constantly changing your decision after you thought you made your mind up, Dell’s new Inspiron R laptops could be just right for you. Dell has just announced the availability of their...

Samsung Series 9 laptop available tomorrow

03/16/2011, Samsung’s ultra-thin notebook that was unveiled at CES earlier this year is finally now up for sale. The lightweight 13.3″ (1366 x 768) edge-to-edge display toting laptop has been officially announced by the Korean electronics manufacturer and...

China Aims to Sell Homegrown CPUs To The World, Eventually

03/09/2011, After coming up with its own DVD-like standard, China has set for itself the goal of selling its own CPU design to the world, but it might take 20 years before Chinese processor technology can match the best stuff on the market – currently produced...

Apple applies for Thunderbolt trademark

03/09/2011, Thunderbolt, the new communication standard developed by Apple and Intel was unveiled a few weeks ago, together with the new MacBook Pro computers. Initially it was assumed that Intel was the main party involved in its development, with Apple playing a...

AMD unimpressed by Intel’s Thunderbolt

03/01/2011, Intel recently released their new standard for device communication called Thunderbolt last week. It left a lot of people impressed with its high data transfer speeds (10 gigabits per second – double the speed of USB 3.0). But Intel’s rivals in...

Intel finalizes McAfee buyout

02/28/2011, Silicon giant Intel is pleased to announce that they have finally finalized and completed their acquisition of computer security company McAfee, where the latter has taken its wings under the Intel Software and Services Group as a subsidiary. This deal...

Intel ad hints of a black MacBook?

02/17/2011, Could Apple’s upcoming MacBook Pro notebooks be available in a black color scheme? While there isn’t any official confirmation of such a move, Intel’s latest advert promoting its 2nd generation of Intel Core processors depicts a black notebook that...

Sandy Bridge is falling down, Samsung offers refunds

02/01/2011, Samsung Electronics has just issued a statement that they will be offering refunds for PCs purchased by consumers because of a design flaw in a bunch of Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge chips. NEC on the other hand, will be working on delaying the...

Intel recalls defective Sandy Bridge chipsets

01/31/2011, When compared to Egypt’s situation, having recall some processors is no big deal, but that doesn’t mean we should take news of Intel warning us about a serious bug in their latest Cougar Point chipset lightly. As part of the recently...

Intel MeeGo tablets in June?

01/28/2011, According to some rumors online, we might be seeing Intel-powered MeeGo tablets launching in June this year. Apparently this is in conjunction with the date that Intel’s App Up application store is expected to be ready on that month as well. The...

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...