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Intel's North Cape Super-thin ultrabook/tablet Haswell Reference Design Impresses

At CES in Las Vegas, Intel discussed their next-gen chip road-map, including new ultra-low power Haswell processors powering ultra-thin notebooks/ultrabooks and desktop computers. One of the most interesting demos was Intel showing off a reference laptop called North Cape featuring...

Windows on ARM - New Tablet Operating System With Some Limitations

Microsoft Windows President Steven Sinoksky OR is this Bruce Willis? The next version of Windows will run full-sized desktop applications on low-power ARM-based tablets. However, the only desktop applications approved to appear on ARM devices will be those designed by...

Daring Fireball Gets It - Windows 8 Will Rival the iPad

Daring Fireball's John Gruber is as avid an Apple fan, enthusiast, zealot, freak, etc. as you will find on the Internet. Saying anything complimentary about Microsoft or Windows is akin to a Red Sox fan giving the Yankees a compliment....

FTC Lets Intel into the Nortel Patent Sweepstakes

The FTC has given Intel permission to bid on assets being sold by bankrupt Nortel Networks Corp, joining Apple, Google, Ericsson, and others in the high-stakes patent sweepstakes that can have a dramatic impact on the mobile and telecom...

HP G72-C55DX Review

The HP G72-C55DX is one of the best bang-for-the-buck laptops you can buy. The HP G72-C55DX sports a huge 17.3" LED (1600 x 900) backlit display and the latest Intel Pentium P6100 processor. You don't break the bank with this...

Dell Inspiron Zino HD - Coolest HTPC Ever

Dell just launched the Inspiron Zino HD, a small 8" by 8" x 3.5" cubed-shaped trendy-looking HTPC that aims to sit in your living room and become your centralized home media center. Comparisons of the trendy-looking Zino HD vs....

Never Charge your gadget again - Free Electricity!

Intel said it is researching technology to harvest free energy from the environment, which could lead to devices such as mobile phones running for indefinite periods without recharging. Intel is working on tiny sensors that can capture energy from sources...

Time for a Netbook?

Small is cool, and smaller is even better!No doubt inspired by the drive to create the $100 laptop, netbooks (teeny, tiny laptops) have been coming on strong.The Aspire One (photo at left) and the Eee PC 1000 are popular options....

Intel's Third Tablet Ready for Back to School Ride

Intel has unveiled the third generation of its low-cost laptop for students, which branches out from the standard clamshell design with a tablet-style option and includes a touch screen.Introduced at the recent Intel Developer Forum 2008 in San Francisco, the new...

Presto! Intel Wants To Make Wires Disappear

Intel has made progress in a technology that could lead to the wireless recharging of gadgets and the end of the power-cord spaghetti behind electronic devices. It says it has increased the efficiency of a technique for wirelessly powering consumer gadgets...

Build Your Own Notebook -- Really, You Build It

OCZ Technology has announced a new spin on an old product: the build-it-yourself notebook PC. Yes, you really do build it yourself ... According to a report in ExtremeTech, OCZ's DIY Gaming Notebook (part number OCZNBIAS15DIYA on the company's...

Intel Silverthorne Back in the Mobile Game

Intel has revealed details of Silverthorne at the International Solid State Circuits Conference in San Francisco. Intel's new chip is a tiny 25mm2 and the full package is just 14x13mm2. The small 64-bit multithreaded chip is based on Intel's new...

USB 3.0 Standard Coming

USB 3.0 connector prototype Intel, Microsoft, and other industry leaders have formed the USB 3.0 Promoter Group to create a superspeed 4Gbps USB 3.0 standard that can deliver over 10 times the speed of today's USB 2.0 connection. The current...

DigitalLife Is On Its Way!

Love this show! DigitalLife, "the leading consumer electronics and video gaming event," will take place at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City, next month! October 12-15, to be exact,. This year’s show will feature more than 200 leading consumer electronics and...

Aviator Laptop Stand (Oh, Why Didn't I Think of That?)

A survey of U.S. adult computer users, commissioned by Intel and conducted by Harris Interactive, reveals that 34% of respondents or their families have taken a laptop PC with them on vacation and 51% of all respondents are likely to take a laptop PC...

Intel Adding Power (Wtih Micron) & Going Green

As the demand for energy conservation continues to grow, corporations are tailoring their products to better meet consumers' needs. Intel underscored this trend when it unveiled 10 new Intel Core 2 Duo and Core Extreme processors earlier this week. The new processors...

Intel sells XScale processor to Maxell

Marvell Technology Group has acquired Intel's XScale processor division. As a gadget-lover this is absolutely shocking since the Intel XScale chips are used in PocketPCs, handhelds, mobile phones and other embedded devices and gadgets. The popular Treo and Blackberry...

How About A Truly Connected World: Do I Hear Global Village?

Great article in USA Today earlier this week about how a potent combination of computer companies, tech entrepreneurs and philanthropic folk are working together to bring the digital age to the Third World (and the rest of the world). Here's...

Much Ado About Dell

Seems like losing market leadership to another company is enough to make anyone crazy -- and Dell is no exception. Fresh from less than stellar recent news, Dell is moving to chips from AMD rather than Intel, planning to hire...

Apple Celebrates 30th Anniversary Tomorrow

No, this isn't an April Fool's Day joke.Apple Computer will celebrate its 30th anniversary tomorrow.  Really hard to believe that! But for all of you doubters, take a look at Apple-History.com, which offers an exhaustive look at all things Apple. (Yes, there...

Dell Buys Alienware: Am I Seeing Correctly?

Dell buys Alienware -- is this a headline you'd ever think you'd see?Dell -- all about supply chain economy (pay me and we will build it for you) -- and Alienware -- priceless (relatively) high-end PC gaming systems. Is this...

Network Storage for the Home Is Coming

Just like very bit of technology that starts out high-end (expensive) and then gradually comes down in price to reach mass market acceptance (Crossing the Chasm, anyone?), networked storage is no different.Once only the technology for large enterprises and now...

Counterpath and Intel partner - AMD in the cold?

First we had Skype doing a deal with Intel to optimize Skype for Intel processors and now we have Counterpath, formerly XTen, doing a deal with Intel to optimize their softphone client for the Intel processors. I wonder if AMD...

Apple launches VoIP iPod?

Red Herring is creating their own little "herring" by speculating that Apple plans on launching an Apple iPod with VoIP capabilities. Red Herring writes:When Apple talks, people listen-and chat among themselves—and the computer company’s announcement about products to be unveiled...

Sour Taste in Apple's Intel iMacs

Well, everything can't go right for Apple.  Seems like there is mucho chatter across the Internet about video problems with the new Intel-based iMac -- distortion and other glitches have raised their ugly heads.Too bad, but not surprising considering it's...
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