New Intel Classmate PC convertible tablet pictured

@ 2009/01/12 read/post comments(0)
Fresh from the show floor, we have a first look at the next-generation of Intel's Classmate PC, the chip giant's alternative to the OLPC for use in educational settings in developing nations. The new Classmate design is a convertible tablet… Go To Full Article

More phenomenal AMD marketing?

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You have to give it to AMD, there is only one aspect of marketing they mastered throughout the years and that is picking really catchy product and code names. The AMD Athlon, which is ancient Greek for 'champion of the… Go To Full Article

Akasa Nero AK-967 Heatsink Review

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Akasa's Nero AK-967 heatsink is based on the popular "heatpipe direct touch" technique, and like so many CPU coolers, for today's class of heatspreader capped processors it's the only way to go! The Akasa Nero AK-967 heatsink FrostyTech is reviewing… Go To Full Article

CES: Future of Blu-ray optimistic, analysts say

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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) each year has a handful of different technologies that stand out to attendees, and Blu-ray has been one of those technologies for two years now. The struggling format has had an up and down battle… Go To Full Article

1 TB 2.5" SSD from PureSilicon Is the Dream Drive

@ 2009/01/11 read/post comments(0)
pureSilicon has created what seems to be the first 1 TB, 2.5" SSD. One terabyte, dudes. 2 and a half inches. Wrap your brain around that. The drive, named the Nitro (because it's as fast as nitrogen?… Go To Full Article

AMD Plans 1,000-GPU Supercomputer For Games, Cloud

@ 2009/01/10 read/post comments(2)
AMD is planning to use over 1,000 Radeon HD 4870 GPUs to create a supercomputer capable of processing one petaflop, which the company says will make 'cloud' computing a reality. When it's built later this year, the Fusion Render Cloud… Go To Full Article

Kingston in bed with Intel for high speed SSD

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SSDNow E Series mainly targets at corporation users, featuring 32GB single-level cell drive and read/write speed of 250/170MB per second. With MTBF (Mean Time Before Failure) of 2 million hours, its maximum power consumption is 2.4W Active, while as low… Go To Full Article

Nvidia G, GT renames are for OEM

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We've learned that Nvdia's G1x0 renames for its entry levelcards are the real deal but they will only affect OEM business. This won’t affect the retail channel business and the new brands will only happen with OEM… Go To Full Article

Intel doesn’t want dual Atoms in netbooks

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Dual Atom, according to a very high profile Intel executive is not meant for netbook and it should never end up there. Shmuel (Mooly) Eden the Vice President General Manager, Mobile Platforms Group at Intel, believes that… Go To Full Article

Vice President of MSI Expects Dramatic Changes on Mainboard Market

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One of the top four manufacturers of mainboards will cease to exist in about three years from now, according to a vice president of MicroStar International. The reasons for that is slow desktop computer market growth and the growing popularity… Go To Full Article

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