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Intel Reveals Details Of Next-Gen Graphics Chip ‘Iris’

Intel Reveals Details Of Next-Gen Graphics Chip ‘Iris’

With every subsequent generation of computers, chip-makers strive to create more powerful graphics chips and processors. Lately, Intel has revealed the details of its next-generation graphics chips. These chips will be branded under the banner of ‘Iris.’

By On May 2, 2013 Respond
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HP Pavilion m6-1045dx 15.6-inch Notebook PC

HP Pavilion m6-1045dx 15.6-inch Notebook PC

If you are looking for a notebook PC that is great for home entertainment as well as business, then HP Pavilion m6-1045dx could be a good choice. This notebook is powered by a 3rd generation Intel core i5-3210m processor with a 2.5 GHz processor speed with turbo boost. The state of the art components and […]

By On April 28, 2013 Respond
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Gigabyte U2142 Convertible Ultrabook

Gigabyte U2142 Convertible Ultrabook

Gigabyte showed it’s convertible ultrabook at CES 2013 in Las Vegas. The 11.6-inch convertible ultrabook running Windows 8 operating system can be converted into a tablet or a ultrabook based on your needs. The machine packs powerful hardware. Don’t expect to find an optical drive though. The price is moderate for such machines.

By On April 27, 2013 Respond
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Gigabyte U2142 Convertible Ultrabook Now Available

Gigabyte U2142 Convertible Ultrabook Now Available

Gigabyte showed its new convertible ultrabook at CES 2013 in Las Vegas. The device, named U2142, is finally available for purchase. The 11.6-inch convertible ultrabook running Windows 8 operating system can be converted into a tablet or a ultrabook based on users’ needs.

By On April 27, 2013 Respond
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Google Fined $190,000 In Germany Over Street View Service

Google Fined $190,000 In Germany Over Street View Service

Google recently came under a lot of heat in the German city of Hamburg when regulators decided that the search giant illegally recorded Street View data. While collecting data for its mapping service, Google illegally used unencrypted Wi-Fi networks for which it has now been fined a sum of $190,000.

By On April 23, 2013 Respond
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Google Bags $39 Million iProvo Fiber Network For $1 Only

Google Bags $39 Million iProvo Fiber Network For $1 Only

Google has actively been working on its high-speed internet and television service. To that end, the search giant recently snagged a great deal when it bagged the municipal fiber-optic system in Provo, Utah for a mere $1. The city spent some $39 million on constructing the network.

By On April 21, 2013 Respond
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Google, Microsoft OSes May Land On Cheaper Intel Devices Soon

Google, Microsoft OSes May Land On Cheaper Intel Devices Soon

The tablet market is expanding rapidly at this point and multiple vendors are now in a fierce competition to bring down their costs, trim their profits and bolster their sales. To this end, it is expected that we may soon see Android, Chrome OS and possibly Windows 8 arrive on top of cheap Intel-based devices, priced somewhere near $200.

By On April 21, 2013 Respond
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HP Joins Hand With Leap Motion, Gesture Control May Go Mainstream

HP Joins Hand With Leap Motion, Gesture Control May Go Mainstream

Leap Motion has made a number of headlines in the recent past for creating different motion-control devices. The company has now announced that it has joined hands with HP, a deal which may finally bring gesture-control technology to the mainstream PC arena.

By On April 19, 2013 Respond
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Google Enhanced Chrome’s Security To Stop Installing Malware Unknowingly

Google Enhanced Chrome’s Security To Stop Installing Malware Unknowingly

Google, which is till now the most popular and best search engine to people, announced last Wednesday that it has added new measures to protect Google Chrome users from being targeted by malicious extensions. The company mentioned that people will be able to see “Safe Browsing” malicious download warnings “within a week.”

By On April 18, 2013 Respond
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Toshiba KIRAbook — A Tough Windows 8 Competitor To Retina Display MacBook

Toshiba KIRAbook — A Tough Windows 8 Competitor To Retina Display MacBook

There are many Windows 8 thin and high-end laptops, but very few laptops pack both of these. Recently, Japanese electronics company Toshiba has announced a new laptop named KIRAbook, which is the very first device under the new brand for consumers, called KIRA. KIRAbook is a thin as well as a high-end laptop. It comes with 13.3-inch display along with a very high-resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and is a tough competitor to Apple’s Retina display equipped MacBook Pro.

By On April 18, 2013 Respond
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Intel’s Bay Trail Chip Will Drive Windows 8 Touch Device Prices To $200

Intel’s Bay Trail Chip Will Drive Windows 8 Touch Device Prices To $200

At the first-quarter earnings conference call, Intel executives said that Intel is planning to bring Bay Trail chip which is a complete redesign of the Atom micro architecture, and would drive down the price of future Windows 8 touch devices including laptops and tablets to as low as $200.

By On April 17, 2013 Respond
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Iran Making An ‘Islamic Google Earth’, Plans To Launch Within Four Months

Iran Making An ‘Islamic Google Earth’, Plans To Launch Within Four Months

Iran’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has announced that it’ll launch Islamic Google Earth within four months.

By On April 11, 2013 Respond
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‘Worst Ever’ PC Sales In A Quarter, IDC Blames Windows 8

‘Worst Ever’ PC Sales In A Quarter, IDC Blames Windows 8

Approximately, 76.3 million units PC units shipped globally in the first quarter of 2013, which is 14% lower compared to the same period last yer. According to research firm IDC, this is the lowest PC sales since the firm started keeping track in 1994. IDC has blames Microsoft’s Windows 8 as the prime factor behind this decline.

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Razer Edge – A Spectacular Wndows 8 Gaming Tablet

Razer Edge – A Spectacular Wndows 8 Gaming Tablet

The Razer Edge is a new gaming tablet that runs on Windows 8 OS. The tablet has the capability of holding the title “Future of Computing” for its extra-ordinary features. The tablet can reinvent itself as a handheld gaming device — a tablet, a console and a computer — right before your eyes. CNET calls it, aptly, the “Swiss Army gaming tablet.”

By On March 31, 2013 1 Response
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[TTJ Poll] Where Do You Play Games Usually? Answer Is Still “Desktop”

[TTJ Poll] Where Do You Play Games Usually? Answer Is Still “Desktop”

Here comes our long running poll result. This time our question to the reader was “Where do you play games usually?”. Astonishingly its not handheld device, Desktop still tops with 37% vote. Here we have detail analysis.

By On March 29, 2013 Respond
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