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Intel To Ramp Down Production Of Its Motherboard Lineup

01/23/2013, For the most part, most PC enthusiast builders turn to third party companies such as ASUS, Gigabyte and etc. when it comes to their motherboards, but for those who actually prefer going with Intel, a report from Anandtech has revealed that Intel has...

Intel Launches “Budget-Friendly” Processors

01/22/2013, Intel has just launched a series of budget-friendly CPUs based on its Ivy Bridge microarchitecture. According to CPU World, Intel has launched a total of seven new additions to its Celeron and Pentium series. Intel’s Celeron family are welcoming...

Vizio 14-inch Thin + Light Touch Notebook

01/07/2013, [CES 2013] We have seen our share of new touch notebooks for Windows 8 and today, Vizio is coming to CES with its Thin+Light Touch lineup. The 14-inch model runs the AMD A10 4657M Quad Core 2.3GHz  processor with 8GB RAM and features a HD+...

VIZIO 11.6-inch Windows 8 Tablet PC

01/07/2013, [CES 2013] VIZIO is coming to CES with a number of Windows 8 including thin laptops and one 11. 6” tablet. A hair thicker than the iPad (0.4” vs. 0.37” – 9.4 mm / 10.16 mm) for a significantly larger display (11.6” vs. 9.5”), the VIZIO...

Samsung Talks Up Tizen Smartphones

01/03/2013, There has been of South Korean conglomerate Samsung working on a Tizen-powered smartphone for a long time already, but Samsung has remained largely mum on any concrete plans throughout the year 2012. Things do look set to change this year, however, as...

Taiwan’s Unimicron could produce future Apple chipsets [Rumor]

12/27/2012, With the deteriorating relationship between Apple and Samsung, it is becoming increasingly common to hear about Apple looking to source the manufacturing of their AX chipsets from manufacturers that aren’t Samsung. So far we’ve heard rumors that Intel...

Intel Buys NVIDIA: A Closer Look At The Possibility [Rumor]

12/14/2012, As Intel is looking for a new CEO, something surprising did happen recently: the company has hinted that it may bring in someone from the outside, which would be a first for Intel. So far I’ve heard names like Sanjay Jah, the former Motorola CEO...

Linux 3.8 Drops Intel 80386 Support

12/13/2012, Ah, I have had fond memories of my time with the 80386 processor from Intel which first debuted in 1985. That would make it more than a quarter of a century old, now how about that? Since 1985, the venerable i386 processor has served numerous PC users...

Apple to start building their own chips in New York?

12/13/2012, For those unfamiliar, Apple’s A-series of processors are currently built by Samsung in a Texas fabrication facility, although given Apple and Samsung’s degrading relationship what with the lawsuits and all, there has been plenty of rumors suggesting...

Intel Haswell CPU Range Leaked

12/11/2012, It seems that the next generation of Intel’s Haswell CPU processors, with the Core i7-4770K flagship leading the line, has been leaked – and the good people over at VR-Zone has managed to get their hands dirty with the collection, mulling over the...