$300 Intel Laptops With Atom Chips Are On Their Way

$300 Intel Laptops With Atom Chips Are On Their Way

Intel has been pushing its back into the development of low-priced laptops, convertibles and tablets by leaning on the mobile Atom processors. The company’s CEO, Brian Krzanich has reiterated that Intel would continue its committment to mobile products and that $300 laptops and $150 tablets are on their way.

By On July 18, 2013 Respond
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Samsung’s ARM Chip Beats Intel Atom After Benchmark Revised

Samsung’s ARM Chip Beats Intel Atom After Benchmark Revised

Earlier reports claimed Intel Atom processors perform better compared to ARM-based chips. But a revised AnTuTu Benchmark has questioned the claims.

By On July 13, 2013 Respond
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Intel Secretly Registers OnCue Name Worldwide, That’s What Its TV Service Will Be Called

Intel Secretly Registers OnCue Name Worldwide, That’s What Its TV Service Will Be Called

Rumors about a TV service by Intel are nothing new. But we had no substantial information about the branding of the product. Some recent developments suggest that Intel’s TV service might come under the name OnCue.

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AMD May Consider Android In The Future

AMD May Consider Android In The Future

Android started with humble beginnings as a possible alternative to iOS in the mobile arena. Over the years, Android has grown to be the largest mobile platform and is now beginning to trickle into the PC arena. However, AMD is not yet ready to start cozying with Android.

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Sony’s Haswell-Equipped Vaio Pro Offers 25-Hour Battery Life

Sony’s Haswell-Equipped Vaio Pro Offers 25-Hour Battery Life

Intel started shipping out its brand-new Haswell line-up of processors only recently. The line-up offers far better performance, together with smarter power consumption and improved battery life. Sony has packed the new chip in its Vaio Pro ultrabooks, claiming that these machines can offer up to 25 hours of battery life!

By On June 6, 2013 Respond
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Intel Finally Unveils Thunderbolt 2, Promises Better Performance

Intel Finally Unveils Thunderbolt 2, Promises Better Performance

We have been hearing about a new I/O controller code from Intel, essentially a second iteration of Thunderbolt. The company had initially termed the controller ‘Falcon Ridge’ but has come up with a more dramatic, and official, name for it – namely, Thunderbolt 2.

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Intel Rebrands Atom Line-Up, Offers Celeron And Pentium Variants

Intel Rebrands Atom Line-Up, Offers Celeron And Pentium Variants

Although Intel’s chief efforts seem focused on its new Haswell line-up, the company is also expending significant energies on the Atom processors. According to reports, Intel is rebranding Atom line-up as ‘Silvermont’ and will be offering both Pentium and Celeron variants of the processors.

By On June 3, 2013 Respond
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Intel Starts Shipping Quad-Core Haswell Processors

Intel Starts Shipping Quad-Core Haswell Processors

Intel’s Haswell line-up, which had been anticipated for quite some time now, has made a lot of headlines recently. The company has finally started shipping the quad-core variants of the Haswell chips. These quad-core processors are primarily meant to be included in laptops and desktop PCs.

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Samsung’s New Galaxy Tablet Will Feature Intel Chips

Samsung’s New Galaxy Tablet Will Feature Intel Chips

Over the recent years, Intel has tried hard to find itself a sizable space in the tablet market. However, not many notable vendors have used Intel chips in their smartphones or tablets. Now, though, Intel seems to have landed a fine deal with Samsung, with reports citing that the latter’s upcoming Galaxy tablet may feature an Intel processor.

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Asus VivoBook V551 Ultrabook Powered By Intel’s Haswell CPU

Asus VivoBook V551 Ultrabook Powered By Intel’s Haswell CPU

Last month, we heard that Intel started shipping Haswell chips to major PC makers. But, devices were not out until now. The first device to be spotted with Intel’s Haswell CPU is Asus VivoBook V551 Ultrabook.

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Haswell Offers 50% Better Battery Life Than Ivy Bridge, Intel Claims

Haswell Offers 50% Better Battery Life Than Ivy Bridge, Intel Claims

Intel is gearing up to finally launch its next-generation chip line-up, based on Haswell microarchitecture. The company has made some tall claims about the new line-up, citing that Haswell will be able to furnish 50% improved battery life, compared to Ivy Bridge chips. If this proves to be true, it may render Haswell-based laptops a winner.

By On May 26, 2013 Respond
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Lenovo K900 Starts Selling In China, International Launch In Summer

Lenovo K900 Starts Selling In China, International Launch In Summer

Lenovo unveiled its first Android 4.0 phone, the K900, at CES 2013. The differentiating characteristic of this flagship phone is its Intel Clover Trail+ processor. The Intel-powered Lenovo K900 has started selling in China. Lenovo said the international launch, in unspecified markets, is due this summer.

By On May 20, 2013 Respond
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New MacBook Air May Be About To Land

New MacBook Air May Be About To Land

We have been hearing about a new MacBook Air model for a while now. Many similar rumors have proved false in the past but now, multiple indicators hint that a new 13.3-inch Air model is fairly imminent. That is because the MacBook Air stock with most online retailers has vanished.

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Intel Missed The Chance Of Partnering With Apple For Original iPhone

Intel Missed The Chance Of Partnering With Apple For Original iPhone

When Apple was working on its original iPhone, the company approached Intel and wanted to use one of Intel’s chips inside the phone. Intel, riding on the high horse back in 2007, decline to invest in a device that seemed to have no future. And thus, the company missed a huge opportunity.

By On May 18, 2013 Respond
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Intel Hopes To Beat ARM With Its Silvermont Architecture

Intel Hopes To Beat ARM With Its Silvermont Architecture

ARM has been able to assert a significant influence over the smartphone market, with its powerful System-on-Chip offerings. But now, Intel plans to change this by hoping to trump ARM’s chips with its new ‘Silvermont’ microarchitecture.

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