Intel All Set To Enter The Internet TV Service Arena Soon

Intel All Set To Enter The Internet TV Service Arena Soon

It has been rumored in the past that Intel has plans of entering the Internet TV service arena. Now, TechCrunch reports that the chipmaker is finally on the verge of realizing these plans and will be rolling out this service to a limited number of cities ‘soon.’

By On December 30, 2012 Respond
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Rumor: Apple Partners With Intel To Create iOS-Based Watch

Rumor: Apple Partners With Intel To Create iOS-Based Watch

Wearable computers have been talked of, often in recent times. However, we haven’t yet seen a serious attempt by any notable vendor to make wearable devices mainstream. It has now been claimed that Apple is currently working in collaboration with Intel to create an iOS-based watch.

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Apple Job Posting Hints Inclusion Of AMD Graphics In Upcoming iMacs

Apple Job Posting Hints Inclusion Of AMD Graphics In Upcoming iMacs

Apple has been fairly fickle when it comes to choosing the vendor for the graphics cards that go into its iMac machines. For a long time, it used Intel chips to do the job. It then switched to Nvidia’s graphical prowess and now, hints suggest that it may be planning to switch to AMD’s silicon.

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Apple Releases Firmware Update To Address Mac Mini Display Flickers

Apple Releases Firmware Update To Address Mac Mini Display Flickers

The 2012 Mac Mini have been around for barely a few weeks, being released in November. However, users are already reporting that these devices register flickering displays. Apple has now dished out a firmware update to resolve this problem.

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Intel Decides To Kill CPU Upgrades. Could It Be The End Of Desktop PC?

Intel Decides To Kill CPU Upgrades. Could It Be The End Of Desktop PC?

Reports suggest, Intel has decided to put an end to upgradeable CPU packages. Future desktop processors will be soldered with motherboards, just like in mobile devices and recent laptops.

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Intel Finally Gives Up On Itanium Architecture

Intel Finally Gives Up On Itanium Architecture

Intel has long backed the Itanium processor architecture, without much success. The company has been putting its force behind it ever since 2001. But the various problems which riddled the Itanium chips have apparently persuaded the company to finally diminish Itanium’s role in the commercial arena.

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Apple Considers Replacing Intel Chips In Mac Machines

Apple Considers Replacing Intel Chips In Mac Machines

Apple has, for long, relied on Intel to furnish the processors that go into its Mac machines. The mutual relationship between the two companies dates back to 2005 but Apple may now be thinking of ending it by creating chips based on its own design.

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AMD Plans To Sell Server Chips Based On ARM By 2014

AMD Plans To Sell Server Chips Based On ARM By 2014

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has long confined itself to work on x86 architecture only, shying away from other chip designs. However, the company has now revealed plans of licensing 64-bit processor design from ARM to start producing server chips by 2014.

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Atom Based Storage Platform Announced By Intel

Atom Based Storage Platform Announced By Intel

Cloud storage is fast becoming a pertinent need of businesses as well as individuals. With the bulk of digital data generated each day, all of us want a secure and safe place to tuck it in and then eventually access whenever required. Intel has now come up with its own Atom-based storage platform which it claims to be highly secure.

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OEM Partner Previewed Intel-Powered Windows 8 Tablet

OEM Partner Previewed Intel-Powered Windows 8 Tablet

Intel and its OEM partners has revealed new tablets and convertible tablet designs on September 27 in San Francisco. All OEM companies has used Intel Core® vPro™, Intel® Core™ and Intel® Atom™ processors, including the new Atom processor Z2760 (formerly codenamed “Clover Trail”) and Windows 8 OS in the devices. OEM partners of Intel has not declared the launch date of the tablets yet. It seems that the tablets will not be sold before Windows 8 official release.

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Intel To Unveil New Series Of Core Chips On September 11

Intel To Unveil New Series Of Core Chips On September 11

Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2012 is going to be held next week, from September 11 to September 13. During the conference Intel is expected to talk about a new series of mainstream chips. These new series of mainstream chips are much more power efficient than today’s processors; the power consumption has been cut down by 41%.

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Intel Atom’s Quad-Core ‘ValleyView’ Details Leaked

Intel Atom’s Quad-Core ‘ValleyView’ Details Leaked

Recently, details of Intel’s upcoming Atom SoC (System-on-a-Chip) processor (codenamed ‘ValleyView’) have been leaked on August 15 at Chinese Web site Baidu. According to the leaked document, the company will release one, two, and four cores Atom SoC processors. The clock speed range of the processors are 1.2GHz to 2.4GHz and supports a Generation-7 graphics processing unit (GPU), overall almost seven times faster than current Atom processors.

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Intel Suggests Natural Oil To Cool Down Servers

Intel Suggests Natural Oil To Cool Down Servers

The heat generated from the servers, and the effort required to keep their temperatures cool, is a huge problem. Especially in huge data centers, a lot of money and effort goes into keeping the servers cool. However, Green Revolution Cooling may have a truly revolutionary solution for you.

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Intel Leads The Way To Cut Down On Conflict Minerals

Intel Leads The Way To Cut Down On Conflict Minerals

Conflict minerals are referred to such minerals which are extracted from the conflict zones of ‘Congo.’ These minerals have often been found to be funding militias in the conflicted region and include tungsten, tin, gold and tantalum. However, Intel is now leading the tech industry in eliminating the use of conflict materials.

By On August 18, 2012 Respond
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Eurocom Launches The Scorpius, An Ultra High Performance Notebook

Eurocom Launches The Scorpius, An Ultra High Performance Notebook

Recently, Eurocom has launched its flagship notebook called Scorpius. This notebook supports dual graphics technology from NVIDIA GeForce, Quadro and AMD Radeon, powerful Intel Core i7-3920XM Processor Extreme Edition, up to 32 GB of DDR3 1600 memory and three storage drives plus one mSATA drive. The Eurocom Scorpius’s design indicates that it can tolerate extra pressure. It is a upgradeable notebook with support for the best in mobile technology. You can customize its graphics, processor, memory, storage, display and wireless technology.

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