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Intel working to release new CPUs this year

07/02/2010, Intel isn’t going to rest on its laurels, where the computer processor giant aims to roll out a slew of new desktop processors sometime in the third quarter of this year in order to replace outgoing models, while lowering the price point of selected...

Intel Home Exploring Robot Butler does the dishes

07/01/2010, Intel’s HERB (Home Exploring Robot Butler) might come with metal fingers, but it could possibly have green fingers if programmed properly. This unique robot is able to explore your home, sporting the necessary intelligence to pay bills, serve...

HP Mini 100e Education Edition

06/22/2010, Available worldwide in July and priced at under $300, the HP Mini 100e will be competing with the Intel Classmate Series (the Classmate PC E10 ($399) and the Classmate PC NL2 Convertible ($499) – reference designs) in the “notebook for...

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 14 Gets Core i7 Processor Option

06/16/2010, Lenovo’s Core i3-powered ThinkPad Edge 14 is a pretty nifty notebook, but in the event that you feel that it doesn’t have enough grunt to satisfy you, you’ll be quite happy to hear that Lenovo is now offering its ThinkPad Edge 14 with...

World Of Warcraft debuts on Moorestown handheld

06/03/2010, Are you a huge fan of the wildly successful World of Warcraft (WoW) MMORPG? If so, you will definitely be stoked to read about the WoW game that runs off a Moorestown handeld that was on parade at Computex2010. This Moorestown-powered tablet is touted to...

Motion Computing C5v And F5v Rugged Tablets With Core i7

05/20/2010, Intel’s Core i5 and i7 processors are obviously very popular at the moment, but you don’t see them appearing on tablet devices too often. Motion Computing looks like it’s trying to change things by cramming said processors into its C5v...

ECS To Introduce Its Latest Netbooks At Computex Next Month

05/18/2010, With Computex just around the corner, manufacturers are gearing up to present their wares, and ECS is no different. Reports are in that ECS will be showcasing a new crop of its netbooks at Computex, including three netbooks that sport 10.1-inch displays,...

New MacBook Goes Live On Apple’s Online Store

05/18/2010, Looks like the leaks were accurate, as Apple has just refreshed its white plastic MacBook, bumping the processor speed to 2.4Ghz, a slight increase for the original 2.26GHz. The graphics grunt has also been upgraded to the NVIDIA GeForce 320M from the...

Intel states recommended pricing for dual core Atom netbooks

05/17/2010, Intel has just suggested its pricing to OEMs who want to make use of their new dual core Atom processor in netbooks, citing that the 1.5GHz dual-core N550 Atom processor ought to go for between $349 and $399. Apart from that, such netbooks must remain...

Toshiba Satellite Pro Line Beefed Up With Core i3 And i5 Processors

05/13/2010, Toshiba has just announced its latest line of Satellite Pro models that are powered by Intel’s Core i3 and i5 processors, or a dual-core AMD Athlon II processor. Updated models include the 15.6-inch C650/C650D, L650/650D, the 13.3-inch L630 and the...

Dell Latitude 2110 Pinetrail Netbook Announced

05/12/2010, Business folk who are shopping around for a sturdy netbook might want to take note that Dell has announced (and launched) its latest Latitude 2110. You get some rather unusual features with the Latitude 2110 as it offers a carry handle, touch screen...

HP TouchSmart tm2 to receive Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors

05/07/2010, HP aims to improve the TouchSmart tm2 with Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors that ought to introduce a decent performance boost, compared to what the CULV-based, low-power Core 2 Duo processor offers at the moment. These new notebooks are touted to hit...

Quake 3 caught running at 100fps on Intel Atom Z-Series processor

05/05/2010, The new Intel Atom Z6xx series of processors that we covered earlier this morning is no flash in a pan, considering it is more than capable of running Quake 3 at a phenomenal 100fps, which is way faster than what top-of-the-line machines back in the day...