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Intel’s AppUp Center Application Store Goes Live

09/14/2010, Intel previously announced that it was working on an app store for netbooks and other Atom-powered devices and now the company has officially launched version 1.0. The chip giant has also sealed deals with Best Buy, Dixons, and Croma to distribute...

Ubergizmo Live at Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2010

09/14/2010, We’ve set up camp at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2010 in San Francisco, where the keynote ought to start in a few minutes’ time. Head on to our live blog to check out what the latest Intel has to offer, and since today’s main focus...

Intel WiDi technology demonstrated at Intel Developer Forum

09/13/2010, Intel’s WiDi (pronounced in a similar manner somewhat to “wide eye”) technology was showcased at the Intel Developer Forum, where this wireless display technology is useful for streaming video as well as other content from a computer to...

IDF Keynote Live Blogging at 9am PT

09/13/2010, We’re going to live blog the Intel Developer Forum keynote presented by Paul Otellini (CEO) and David Perlmutter (GM, Architecture Group). We expect to hear about Intel’s next generation of processors (codenamed Sandy Bridge) and about the...

Intel R&D’s vision of the future ahead of IDF

09/12/2010, Just ahead of tomorrow’s official Intel Developer Conference (IDF) debut [follow the Keynote live at live.ubegrizmo.com @ 9am PT], the world’s largest chipmaker was showing a few of its current R&D projects. This is Research, so not...

Is Intel’s Sandy Bridge a graphics game changer?

09/10/2010, Paul Otellini, Intel’s CEO, holding a wafer of Intel’s latest chips As we get closer to next week’s Intel Developer Conference, you are probably hearing more and more about Intel’s Sandy Bridge. Sandy Bridge is the codename for the...

Getac Rugged Notebook Is Powered By Intel’s Core i7 Processor

09/07/2010, If you’re looking for an alternative rugged notebook to Panasonic’s Toughbook series, you might want to check out the Getac V200 convertible notebook, which should fit the bill. This notebook can be used in a -20 degrees Celsius environment,...

Intel to release native USB 3.0 chipset

09/07/2010, Intel has finally seen the light, or some some quarters might deem so, by releasing their very own native USB 3.0 chipset at the Intel Developer Forum which is happening next week. Known as the Cougar Point chipset, it will see action in desktops using...

Nokia And Intel Focus On 3D And Virtual Reality For Mobile Devices

08/24/2010, Intel and Nokia have announced that they will be developing a joint research center in the University of Oulu, dubbed the Intel and Nokia Joint Innovation Center. The purpose of this is to create software for 3D and virtual reality experiences that will...

3.46GHz Intel Core i7 990X To Arrive In Q1 2011

08/24/2010, Intel’s top-of-the-line Extreme Edition CPU for Q1 of 2011 has just be named, dubbed the Core i7 990X, and will obviously be faster than Intel’s current Core i7 980X. The processor will be based on Gulftown, making it a six-core 32nm CPU. The...

Intel to develop mind reading computer technology

08/23/2010, Intel might be on to something here – mind reading computer technology, and we’re pretty sure that governments all over the world would be scrambling for such a computer considering the potential benefits it offers. While current mind reading...

Intel debuts mobile dual core Atom processor

08/23/2010, Intel has rolled out its first dual core Atom processor developed specifically for a netbook (the Atom D330 was a desktop/nettop variant used in netbooks) after making a mark over the years with its single core chips. Well, the day has arrived where the...