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US-CERT Reveals Security Defect In Intel Chips

US-CERT Reveals Security Defect In Intel Chips

The U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has revealed a defect in 64-bit Intel chips. A security expert said for this defect, hackers could take control of Windows and other operating systems. If hackers actually could do it then its result was not easeful. Till now, Intel did not response about the issue. It is uncleared that actually what has happened?

By On June 18, 2012 Respond
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Phoronix’s 12-Core ARM Cluster Consumes Lower Power Than Intel Atom, AMD Fusion

Phoronix’s 12-Core ARM Cluster Consumes Lower Power Than Intel Atom, AMD Fusion

Phoronix has constructed a low-cost, 12-core, 30-watt ARMv7 cluster running Ubuntu Linux. The developers have used six PandaBoard ES OMAP4460 dual-core ARMv7 Cortex A9 chips to make the ARM cluster. The power consumption result shows that the ARM cluster has outdone Intel Atom and AMD Fusion processors in performance per-Watt, except Intel’s latest-generation Ivy Bridge processors.

By On June 17, 2012 Respond
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ARM And AMD Collaborate For The Adoption Of Chip Security Ecosystem

ARM And AMD Collaborate For The Adoption Of Chip Security Ecosystem

AMD and ARM are two giants of the tech industry. And the two have now announced their plans of collaborating so that they can speed up the process of adoption of end-to-end, open security system which is based on ARM’s TrustZone technology. The collaboration is probably going to procure a number of hardware products to this end.

By On June 14, 2012 1 Response
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A Look At Intel’s 4-Inch Next Unit Of Computing

A Look At Intel’s 4-Inch Next Unit Of Computing

Intel’s Next Unit of Computing is truly tiny. Its dimensions are a mere 4″ x 4″ and in such a size, it packs an astounding amount of functionality. Initially, NUC was being created primarily for kiosks and similar machines. However, the concept has proved so popular that Intel is now expanding the realm of its applications and hopes to make it available also for etailers and system integrators.

By On June 10, 2012 Respond
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Asus Shows Touch-Enabled Zenbook Prime Ultrabook

Asus Shows Touch-Enabled Zenbook Prime Ultrabook

Asus is showing a 11-inch UX21A touch-enabled Ultrabook at Computex in Taipei. The ultrabook is pre-installed with Windows 8 and fully explores the touch sensitive features of the operating system. Its touchscreen is exceptional but whole design is conventional. Asus mentioned that the ultrabook has not made to the production line yet. That means, consumers may have to wait couple of months more to get their hands on the device.

By On June 6, 2012 1 Response
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HP Updates Ivy Bridge To Envy 15, 17 And 17 3D Laptop

HP Updates Ivy Bridge To Envy 15, 17 And 17 3D Laptop

Almost one month has been gone since HP has announced Spectre XT, Sleekbook, and Ultrabook series. Now HP has taken a decision to update its older line of Envy laptops. The company is updating Intel’s latest processors code-named Ivy Bridge to Envy 15, Envy 17, and Envy 17 3D. Alongside, HP has deducted the price tag for the same. The new Envy 15, 17 and 17 3D are priced at 1,099.99, 1,249.99 and 1,529.99, respectively.

By On June 5, 2012 Respond
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Acer, Asus And Toshiba To Unveil Windows 8 Tablets Next Week

Acer, Asus And Toshiba To Unveil Windows 8 Tablets Next Week

According to Bloomberg news Asus, Acer, and Toshiba will roll out a mix of tablets based on both Windows 8 and Windows RT at the hardware-centric Computex trade show next week. In fact, Windows 8 will be seen running on these tablets for the first time this month at the Computex show in Taipei.

By On June 1, 2012 Respond
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Intel Ultrabooks And Tablets Will Get Free Wi-Fi Connectivity Worldwide

Intel Ultrabooks And Tablets Will Get Free Wi-Fi Connectivity Worldwide

Intel is planning to add enhanced connectivity features to its Ultrabooks and tablets that would give its users automatic access to free Wi-Fi hotspots worldwide. Recently, Intel and Devicescape has completed a deal to implement this feature on ultrabooks and tablets. By using Devicescape’s Wi-Fi management tool Intel users will be able to automatically connect their Ultrabooks or tablets to open Wi-Fi hotspots. The technique, dubbed as Intel’s Smart Connect Technology, will support automatic update of e-mail, Facebook, Twitter and other apps by using Devicescape’s Curated Virtual Network (CVN), even when the device is in sleep mode.

By On May 31, 2012 1 Response
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14 New Dual-Core Ivy Bridge Processor Details From Intel

14 New Dual-Core Ivy Bridge Processor Details From Intel

Earlier toady Engadget reported about 14 new dual-core processors from Intel. The processors are based on the company’s new Ivy Bridge architecture. The details came out just a week before the much anticipated Computex technology show in Taipei. The new Ivy Bridge processors are all in Core i5 and Core i7 genre, and includes both desktop and mobile CPUs.

By On May 31, 2012 Respond
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New Google Chrome OS Desktop And Laptops Available Now

New Google Chrome OS Desktop And Laptops Available Now

Google has announced new Chrome OS desktop and laptops. The Samsung manufactured Series 5 550 Chromebook laptops & Series 3 Chrmoe box desktop are based on Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors. These Chrome OS based computers run all their applications through Google Chrome web browser and store files online in Google servers.

By On May 30, 2012 Respond
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Asus And MSI Announces First Thunderbolt Certified Motherboards

Asus And MSI Announces First Thunderbolt Certified Motherboards

Asus and MSI have introduced two Thunderbolt motherboards, sharing the position of the first Thunderbolt certified motherboard maker. Both Asus P8Z77-V and MSI’s Z77A-GD80 motherboards are based on Intel’s Z77 Express chipset. Both the motherboards support Ivy Bridge platform and uses Apple’s Mini Display Port implementation of Thunderbolt. Both the motherboards are expected to make their debuts at the Taipei Computex show in two weeks.

By On May 23, 2012 Respond
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Intel Releases New Range Of Ivy Bridge Based Xeon Processor

Intel Releases New Range Of Ivy Bridge Based Xeon Processor

Intel just updated the whole E3 series of Xeon server with Ivy Bridge based processor. They have released in total 28 new processor today. They are calling it V2 for the existing E3 series. Interesting thing is this update targets mainly low end machine, Microservers. This new range consumes lower power. Check out the details with compare chats and more below.

By On May 15, 2012 1 Response
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Intel Wants Apple To Be Compelled To Use Intel Processors In iPad

Intel Wants Apple To Be Compelled To Use Intel Processors In iPad

Intel has been at the head of the innovation in the processor industry. The company has fast adapted to the changing paradigms of the tech world and has focused on mobile computing. The result is that Intel’s Ivy Bridge are a huge step forward for computing devices since they are able to juice up a solid amount of power while being tiny in size and less power-consuming. This, Intel thinks, Apple can’t ignore.

By On May 14, 2012 Respond
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Intel Tells Investors It Is Very Serious About Smartphones

Intel Tells Investors It Is Very Serious About Smartphones

The smartphone industry has boomed and expanded in recent times to become so lucrative that every tech giant wants to be a part of it. However, only those who are able to put up with the cut-throat competition have had any success here. Now, the chip industry giant, Intel has plans of making it big in the smartphone market. The company told this to its investors at its annual investor day.

By On May 13, 2012 Respond
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Apple May Launch $799 MacBook Air In Q3 2012

Apple May Launch $799 MacBook Air In Q3 2012

Rumor says Apple is preparing to launch a $799 MacBook Air by the second half of 2012. The price of this upcoming MacBook is $200 less than the company’s current cheapest model. Is it a new strategy against the new “Ultrabook” laptops that are coming to market? Could be. Hope, it’s not just a rumor.

By On May 8, 2012 Respond
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