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Intel SSD 520 Series Review

02/06/2012, Intel has just announced its Intel SSD 520 Series based on a 25nm manufacturing process, and this new series targets the high-end enthusiast market. As it stands, this is the absolute best that Intel has to offer in the non-Enterprise space. We had the...

AMD to double down on mobility, thin & light

02/02/2012, During its Analyst day, AMD’s CEO Rory Read said that his company would “leverage its PC chips technology” to enter the tablet market. He also said that AMD would stay away from smartphones at the moment, because it is a...

SoftKinetic and Intel work on new advertising method

01/30/2012, SoftKinetic and Intel have joined forces to work on a new kind of advertising, using its gesture-control technology alongside Intel’s video analytics expertise. The whole idea behind this synergy would be to have ordinary folks like you and I walk up to...

Samsung pulls the brakes on Tizen merger

01/17/2012, Remember our earlier story that talked about Samsung exploring the possibility of merging their Bada mobile operating system with Intel’s Tizen, a descendant of the MeeGo platform? Everything sounded like peaches and cream, but it seems that the...

Wintel tablets rumored to be pricey

01/16/2012, With the plethora of Android tablets available on the market available for less than price of Apple’s iPad 2, you would think that Windows 8 tablets would have to cost about the same to stand a chance against them. Well, if rumors turn out to be...

Samsung to merge Bada operating system with Intel’s Tizen

01/16/2012, Samsung’s own platform, Bada, may not be as well known compared to platforms such as iOS or Android, but that does not mean that the platform has not garnered a following of its own. Either way, the good (or bad) news for fans of Samsung’s Bada...

Intel Medfield hands-on benchmarks: looking good!

01/12/2012, I was curious about the Intel smartphones and tablets performance, so I ran a couple of benchmarks, including Antutu (system benchmark) and SunSpider (Javascript execution). In both instances, the Intel Medfield chip performed very well: in the Javascript...

Lenovo K800 phone is first with Intel Medfield mobile processor

01/12/2012, [CES 2012] Lenovo is set to deliver something interesting this year if you were to look beyond their Ultrabooks and computers – the Lenovo K800 smartphone which will be powered by Intel’s brand new Medfield mobile processor. Powered by the Google...

Intel ‘live’ Ultrabook demo was faked?

01/10/2012, [CES 2012] It is Milli Vanilli all over again when Intel’s Mooley Eden was caught cheating at yesterday’s CES 2012 press conference, where he played a video file using VLC Media Player while ‘hand-synching’ a driving game to lead...

Intel Nikiski prototype ultrabook demonstrated at CES

01/09/2012, [CES 2012] At Intel’s press conference today, the company unveiled its plans to flood the market with over 75 different ultrabooks this year. While most of them weren’t anything out of the ordinary, there was one which caught our attention: a...

Intel hopes to keep Stephen Hawking speaking

01/09/2012, One of the world’s foremost theoretical astrophysicists, Stephen Hawking, has a brilliant mind but his body has been severely disabled by Lou Gehrig’s disease. His condition has made him difficult to speak, but thanks to the wonders of modern...

LG to reveal Intel Medfield-powered smartphone at CES 2012

12/30/2011, Intel’s Medfield processor for mobile devices is expected to take off in the first half of 2012 with plans to give Qualcomm, NVIDIA and Texas Instruments a run for their money. If you’re wondering who will be producing products that use Intel’s...

iSample smart vending machine from Intel and Kraft

12/26/2011, Everything wants to get ‘smart’ these days, including smartphones and smart TVs. Well, vending machines do not want to miss the boat either, which is why Intel and Kraft Foods have come together to roll out a “smart” vending...