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Intel Prepares “Rival Siri” Without Cloud Connection

Jarvis Intel is working on a voice assistant that does not require a permanent internet connection for all your tasks. The project is strongly related to Quark’s initiative to make Intel processors aimed at small size wearables . Siri and Google Call Now an unfulfilled promise perhaps exaggerating a bit, but what is certain is that they stay [...]




Apple and Especially Android are Killing Microsoft

Want to envision an incredible chart? It’s right on top of this post and it shows the increase and fall of laptop platforms (including mobile) as a proportion of overall market share from 1975 to 2012.




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Intel May Terminate Interchangeable Processors in 2014

According to Foreign Media Reports, Intel is preparing to bring in 2014 a revolution in the world of processors. For decades, the processors were provided with systems to change more or less easily on motherboards. This requires systems socket, a connector to which the processor is plugged Gently. Gradually, processor manufacturers have changed more frequently used connectors, for technical [...]




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Samsung Announces its Future 8-Core ARM Processor

Samsung has announced its intention to present its future processors from the concept big.little at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference in February . It will be 2 chips containing ARM processors with 4 cores, for a total of 8 and for environments requiring high power, servers or games consoles.  These 64-bit chips have a frequency of 1.8 GHz, [...]




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Withdraws Otellini, Intel is Looking for a New Guide

Paul Otellini announced with an official willingness to withdraw from the leadership of Intel . His name has been strongly identified with the group since 40 years Otellini is at the service of the company and for 8 years he is the undisputed leader (the regency Otellini began May 18, 2005). The decision is of personal and becomes enforceable from [...]




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MT788: Motorola Released 2.0 GHz Intel Chip Smartphone

Motorola work with Intel and China Mobile released Intel Inside clocked at up to 2.0 GHz new I MT788 Feng Li. “I MT788, Feng Li, China’s first with a frequency up to 2.0 GHz Intel inside smartphone.” Meng, president of Motorola mobile technology company senior vice president and Greater China, said, “It’s a combination of Motorola and Intel, two [...]




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Apple to Give up the Intel or Affect the Entire PC Industry

According to foreign media reports, Zhou Erzhuan, American financial website MarketWatch columnist Therese Bole Di (Therese Poletti) text said, if Apple really abandoned the Mac Intel processors will inevitably lead to other PC makers to follow suit, which will allow the PC processor market has undergone earth-shaking changes. The following is a summary of the article:




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Apple is Considering Switching from Intel Processors to ARM

Apple engineers were confident that the currently used in the iPad and iPhone’s chip designs are based on the ARM architecture someday be powerful enough to be used in desktops and laptops, reports Bloomberg . Until then, are likely to pass but a few more years. According to the report there is a change from Intel to ARM processors [...]




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Image of Ivy Bridge Impressed, not the CPU Improvements

With the Core i7-3770K brings Intel already the third generation of Core processors on the market. Despite a change of structure width to 22 nanometers that are CPU without load is not economical – there’s a much faster graphics core with DirectX-11. It has a “tick” in Intel made ??- with this slogan, derived from the tick-tock of a clock in the [...]




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Release of a New Generation of Processors Intel Ivy Bridge

Today Intel has announced  the launch of its long-awaited 22-nanometer processors  Ivy Bridge . Reportedly, the first production run of quad families Core i5 and Core i7 processors for desktops and laptops. Dual-core chips and low-power processors for become available ultrabukov later this spring. Ivy Bridge marks the transition from 32 – to 22-nm technology with a decrease




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Intel Released its First PCI-Express SSD

On several occasions Intel announced its intention to push forward the PCI Express interface for storage media such as SSD already arriving to saturate the SATA III while its new version is not yet valid. 




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Intel Wants to Bring Batteries for Ultrabukov to a Single Standard

Intel, the developer is an official ultrabukov relatively new modification of the classic notebook, wants to standardize their batteries and make them more subtle. The main goal pursued by chip maker – is increasing demand for ultrabuki while reducing their cost. To date, a single standard for batteries ultrabukov not, so the producers based on their [...]




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