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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...

USB 3.0 Adoption Won’t Happen Until 2012

11/01/2010, With Apple CEO Steve Jobs hammering that USB 3.0 hasn’t appeared in Macs due to the lack of Intel support for the faster standard, Intel is responding as the chip-maker has reportedly given OEMs details of its Chief River platform for notebooks....

iDOS Emulator Makes Windows 3.0 On iOS Devices Possible

10/26/2010, DOS probably isn’t what will have millions of people rushing to buy Apple’s iPad, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t welcome on iOS. Software developer Fast Intelligence somehow managed to get iDOS approved for Apple’s App...

PQI Intelligent Drive U826 features Santa Claus

10/22/2010, PQI will be rolling out their exclusive limited edition Intelligent Drive U826 this coming Christmas, so what better way to do so than by throwing in a Santa Claus design as well? Boasting special COB packaging technology, this rugged little USB number is...

Intel Will Not Be Left Behind of Tablet Race

10/13/2010, With the surge of tablets that are coming or will be coming to the market, Intel is not one to be left behind. Company CEO Paul Otellini says, “We believe that like netbooks, tablets will expand the term for computing overall with a new form factor...

Computer Beats Human for First Time at Japanese Chess

10/12/2010, While IBM’s Deep Blue computer had beaten its first human, Gary Kasparov, in 1997 at a game of Western chess, thus far no computer had been able to beat a computer at the more complicated game of shogi, otherwise known as Japanese chess. Now, a...

Intel 25nm SSD could offer superior lifespan

10/06/2010, There is one thing about archives of digital data that bugs us – there are moments where you will need to make a transition from one format to another, since nothing lasts forever. With film for example, all you need is to store away your precious...

Acer Updates Specifications For Its TimelineX Notebooks

09/26/2010, Acer has introduced some updated specifications for its popular TimelineX series of notebooks, with the 11.6-inch model getting the option for a Intel Core i7-680M ultra-low voltage processor. The TimelineX 11.6-inch 1830T-68U118 will set you back...

Intel Processor Performance Upgrade Card Boosts Your Chip For $50

09/19/2010, A sharp-eyed reader noticed an interesting item at Best Buy recently, namely a $50 Processor Performance Upgrade Card from Intel that will allow you to unlock some extra threads and cache on the new Pentium G6951 processor. Chip manufacturers often sell...