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Intel talks about SCC: Single-chip Cloud Computer

12/02/2009, This morning, Intel’s CTO Justin Ratter was presenting their “Single-Chip Cloud Computer” concept. This is not a product, but a research project to determine if such a product would be viable. The fundamental question is: “can we...

Intel i9 Processor Details Leaked

11/29/2009, It seems that some performance results of Intel’s new six-core Xeon were prematurely revealed by Polish site PCLab.pl, before being taken down at the request of Intel. Despite the take down, the information is still being passed around the Internet,...

ARM loves Google OS

11/24/2009, I just read an upbeat post about Chrome OS from Bob Morris, the director of Mobile computing at ARM. Here’s an excerpt: It truly levels the playing field for platforms. For the most part today, the OS and HW are closely connected and this drove...

Holiday shopping: our Uber10 suggestions and vote!

11/23/2009,   The holiday shopping season is here and we’ve compiled an Uber10 list. A vote is open on the uber10 page to select an 11th gadget so help us choose! The Uber10 Awards were unveiled at a cool Ubergizmo event in San Francisco last week...

Uber10: the greatest gifts, coming up on November 12

11/10/2009, Yes, it’s that time of the year again (we can’t believe it!). Soon, you will run around wondering what to get for your loved ones -probably at the last minute. We can help by suggesting the 10 greatest gifts (under $500) for this holiday...

Toshiba Ultra-Thin Laptops with Ultra-low Power CPUs and Windows 7

09/29/2009, The battle of the ultra-thin laptops is raging for Christmas 2009, thanks to Intel Ultra-low power CPUs. Today, Toshiba launched its T100 series with Windows 7, respectively the 13.3-inch T135 with either Intel Pentium Dual Core SU4100 (1.3GHz, 800...

Intel Light Peak Made For Apple?

09/27/2009, Intel might have unveiled its 10 gigabyte Light Peak connection at IDF, but it looks like things might not be what they seem. Initially pitched at as Intel-made design, recent leaks have indicated that this fiber optic connection is the direct result of...

Intel CE4100 media processor

09/25/2009, Intel’s latest CE4100 media processor is more or less a system-on-a-chip with a processor and graphics controller crammed onto a single chip that was built using a 45nm process. To sweeten the deal, it was built on the low power Atom processor core,...

Huawei Digicube Z8 MID: desirable!

09/23/2009, The Digicube Z8 just came out in China and it will get some attention for a few reasons: first for its “carbon silver” color, but also for the fact that it has a full QWERTY keyboard that can be folded to turn it into a tablet (take a look at...

Umid mBook M2, hands-on

09/23/2009, We hope that you went over our Umid mBook M1 review and unboxing. We just had our hands on the second revision called mBook M2. This refresh features a few of improvements that were requested by users (and us!). A big USB port Standard 3.5mm audio Yes,...

Intelligent Coffee Mug

08/26/2009, Forget about those USB cup warmers – the Intelligent Coffee Mug which is touted to be the first in the world supposedly keeps your coffee at the right temperature for up to 30 minutes without having to plug it into a USB port or place it on a mini...

Digital Summer, August 19th, Temple, San Francisco

08/17/2009, Digital Summer is almost there: -Have you picked your favorite outfit for the photo-shoot?-Are you ready for the breath-taking photo-show by Damien Miller?-Did you know that Leila, the visionary founder of Samasource, has many talents?- There are still...

Tim Sweeney: The End of The GPU Roadmap

08/11/2009, Epic Games founder and 3D engine architect Tim Sweeney has presented what he calls “The end of the GPU roadmap”, where he essentially says that GPU as we know them are too limited, and predicts that by 2020 developers will switch to a more...

Intel’s mobility future depends on ‘desirability’

07/29/2009, At the Intel Technology Summit, Intel mentioned that future computers need to be not only affordable and capable, but most importantly desirable. And for that very reason, Intel is learning skills that are usually outside of its core semi-conductor...