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AMD A-Series Processor: Just Launched

06/13/2011, AMD  has just announced its A-Series of Accelerated Processing Units (APU), which is a quad-core* X86 processor (CPU) with a discrete-class graphics processor (GPU) in the same chip. The A-Series aims at competing with Intel in the entry-level market by...

Fire breaks out in an Intel plant, Arizona

06/08/2011, Following the explosion that happened in Foxconn China a few weeks ago, another accident has broken out in a manufacturing plant – this time all the way on the other side of the world in an Intel plant in Arizona. The fire broke out earlier today in a...

Acer to release Ultrabook of their own

06/01/2011, Acer is right behind HP when it comes to PC manufacturing, and they will also jump aboard the Intel Ultrabook bandwagon – which is an extremely light computer model sometime in the fourth quarter of the year. Acer’s president claims that...

Intel creates Ultrabook category for mobile computing niche

05/31/2011, Intel has decided to use Computex 2011 as its platform of choice to introduce their latest mobile computing effort in the form of a new category of laptops known as Ultrabooks. Hmmm, will Japanese superhero Ultraman be used as a spokesman or ambassador?...

Intel Keeley Lake reference design oozes with style

05/30/2011, Now here is a reference design that we definitely won’t mind having on our desks – the Intel Keeley Lake that you see above. No idea on whether it is Oaktrail or Cedar Trail, but some parties tend to lean more towards the latter since Cedar...

Panasonic rugged Toughbook 31 upgraded

05/25/2011, Since Intel launched its latest generation of Sandy Bridge processors, laptop manufacturers have been giving almost all their laptops upgrades to include the new processors. Panasonic is no exception, with the announcement of its Toughbook 31 fully-rugged...

Intel to show off over 10 tablets at Computex 2011

05/18/2011, According to reports from the Wall Street Journal, Intel will be bringing out the guns at the Taiwanese computer trade show later this month – Computex. Intel, which hasn’t been as predominant as ARM at events with mobile computers, will be...

Are We in an ARM Bubble?

05/17/2011, At the moment, a single company is at the very core of the mobile revolution: ARM. From its glorious debuts as Advanced RISC Machine, a computer maker, to its fall to oblivion, to its re-birth as the premier intellectual property provider for mobile...

Apple Dumping Intel Rumor: Why? When? At what cost?

05/06/2011, Website semiaccurate has been circulating the rumor that Apple was going to dump Intel completely from its line of computers, laptops and desktop, when chips based on 64-bit ARM processors designs will be ready for mass production. This seems like a wild...

PQI introduces the world’s smallest USB 3.0 flash drive

05/06/2011, While the capacities of storage drives are constantly growing size, manufacturers have been working on reducing their physical sizes as well. PQI has just introduced the world’s smallest USB 3.0 flash drive. Called the Intelligent Drive U819V, it...

Apple to drop Intel processors?

05/05/2011, Word on the street has it that Apple might just issue Intel with a stop work order when it comes to supplying Cupertino with processors for their range of laptops. It might not be soon, but some sources claim that it is more or less a done deal. It seems...

Intel Announces new 3D Tri-Gate transistor for 22nm processor

05/04/2011, Intel is presenting its “3D” Tri-Gate transistor is going to enter production for the first time. The 22nm processor codenamed “Ivy Bridge”. It sounds like a marketing name, but Intel takes 3D transistors very seriously. The design...