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Intel Working On Porting Android To x86 For Notebooks And Tablets

06/24/2010, Google’s Android is generally used on ARM-based processors, but we do know that Intel has had an interest in bringing Google’s popular mobile OS to x86 processors. There are already such projects, such as the independent Androidx86 project,...

Intel Updates Its Notebook CPU Lineup

06/23/2010, Intel has upgraded its line of mobile processors recently, which now makes the Core i7 940XM Intel’s fastest quad-core notebook chip, clocking in at 2.13GHz and can be boosted up to 3.33GHz via Turbo Boost. It sports 8MB of cache and offers the same...

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...

Intel ships Atom D425 and D525 processors

06/22/2010, Intel has started to ship its Atom D425 and D525 processors, where the former is a single core processor while the latter sports a dual core setup. Unlike the D410 and D510 models, these will come with an integrated DDR3 memory controller which means you...

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...

Alienware M11X gets Core i7, Optimus

06/08/2010, We’ve discussed this before, but this is now official: the Alienware M11X gaming laptop is moving up to Core i7 and Core i5 processors from now on. The Core Duo version will shortly coexist, but this is the end of the road for the original...

Asus EPad sneaks into Intel booth

06/04/2010, What you see in the video above is actually another tablet device from Asus, although this one seems to be under the prototype category. Not only is it rather svelte (which is extremely appealing these days), it is also a prototype that seems to work...

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...

Acer To Launch Dual-core Netbooks With MeeGo

06/02/2010, With Intel’s recent announcement of its dual-core Atom processors, it’s easy to keep your eyes on that and forget about the other things going on at Computex. Now Acer has also had a rather interesting announcement of its own, confirming that...

Asus has own app store as well

06/01/2010, What do we have here? It seems that Asus wants to jump aboard the App Store bandwagon, where their efforts are actually a rebranded version of Intel’s AppUp store. A plus point would be support for the MeeGo platform, and taking a quick glance at...

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...

Intel might relax on Atom netbook standards

05/19/2010, Digitimes caught whiff that Intel will be lifting the restriction on hardware manufacturers when it comes to the use of their Atom processors in netbooks, where the latest news is 12.1″ will be the maximum display size for Atom-powered netbooks....