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NextComputing Radius portable workstation goes Sandy Bridge

01/10/2011, Never mind about parables of the man who built his house on solid rock laughing at the end of the day, where the house built on sand was washed away when a big storm came – NextComputing decided to infuse their upcoming Radius portable workstation...

OpenPeak shows off 7″ Intel Atom Moorestown tablet

01/07/2011, [CES 2011] OpenPeak and Intel were showing a 7” Tablet that uses Moorestown, the next-generation uber-low power Intel Atom processor (CPU). This is relative to Intel’s previous generation of Atom CPUs, of course. The Tablet has a fun design, and did...

Sony VAIO F Series: the Ultimate 3D Laptop

01/05/2011, [CES 2011] The consumer electronics industry needs to sell more computing power to mainstream consumers who now own “good enough” devices; so, pushing 3D to all screens is a good strategy to convince people to upgrade. At CES, Sony unveiled...

Samsung announces Sliding PC 7 Series

01/05/2011, [CES 2011] At the press event today, Samsung announced the arrival of their new Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series. The device that combines the benefits of a tablet with a laptop is essentially a netbook with a touchscreen running Windows 7. It is powered by an...

NetGear Push2TV 1080p WiDi Adapter

01/05/2011, [CES 2010] Netgear is presenting the second generation of Push2TV HD TV adapter that uses WiDi (Wireless Display) to push a computer’s screen content to an HDTV that is connected to the Push2TV box via an HDMI cable. The second generation of Push2TV...

Intel Insider Protects Video Content

01/02/2011, [CES 2011] Intel Insider is a technology that is being introduced with the Second Generation Core Processor family. It is embedded in the graphics chip inside the new Core i3/i5/i7 processors, and it allows video content to remain protected (from piracy)...

Intel’s Sandy Bridge in Products @ CES

01/02/2011, [CES 2010] CES is the perfect announcement platform for Intel because this is the time for the bi-annual “PC Refresh” that has happened like clockwork for more than a decade now (February/October). The second generation Core Processor,...

Intel Solid State Drive 310 is tiny

12/29/2010, Intel has just released its Solid State Drive 310 Series that basically offers similar performance to the well-established X25M SSD but in a much smaller form factor : 1/8th of the X25M size. Intel envisions its customers using this new SSD 310 Series for...

Tvor, the robotic lantern lights up the dark

12/29/2010, A Czechoslovakian design student has designed a robot to help light up dark areas, wherever it is. Called Tvor, “the intelligent lighting creature”, it does its job by constantly looking for dark areas in any space and shining its light in...

Asus set to release five Sandy Bridge notebooks

12/28/2010, You might already be drooling over the HP dv6 notebooks that feature Intel’s Sandy Bridge silicon inside and Asus isn’t going to be left out of the fun. Reports are in that the company already has five Sandy Bridge notebooks lined up, with the most...

Cell phone to detect air pollution

12/23/2010, Intel Lab’s pollution sampling project, dubbed Common Sense, aims to create hundreds of mobile air-monitoring stations that could help capture air samples and measure pollution levels at various locations. These components could be integrated into...

Computer figures out your fashion taste for you

12/23/2010, It always begins slowly, creeping in without you knowing it. We’re talking about the takeover of mankind from machines, as the massive and lucrative fashion market will see Google and Boutiques.com team up to make it a snap to find clothes which you...