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Former Intel Employee had Stolen Secrets of the Corporation

Ex-engineer at Intel, who joined the work at AMD, and accused of stealing corporate secrets worth over $ 1 billion, pleaded guilty to the crime. Now he faces a prison term of up to 20 years. According to news agency Bloomberg, 36-year-old engineer Bishvamohan Pani (Biswamohan Pani) at a regular meeting of the court he admitted stealing [...]

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Rumor – The New iMac Will Arrive in June

We’ve gone from a drought full of rumors about Apple computers have hit several signs of upcoming renewals of these, especially the iMac. After data on anti-glare screen on the Apple desktop par excellence, now half that Taiwan has released the iMac could be renewed in June . What would a new range of Intel processors with Ivy Bridge architecture due out [...]

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Dell XPS 15 With Much Thinner Gorilla Glass Display

When presenting the new Intel processors Ivy Bridge in April we will see a lot of laptops that are being updated with these processors and almost certainly better RAM and hard drive. Or directly, a new generation of laptops of different brands.

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New Features in the Ivy Bridge Chipsets

At the end of Sandy Bridge and controller Z68, Intel introduced the Smart Response. It allows you to use a small SSD as a cache system for high-capacity disk. Apple did not choose to use it, probably because it involved only a single controller. According to Our Ivy Bridge Series 7 inspectors, Intel will support [...]

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Apple will Release Quad MacBook Pro in Late April

According to CPU World, Apple has plans to release a new line of notebooks Macbook Pro and iMac computers in late April or early May. New items will work on quad-core Intel Ivy Bridge,which will start selling at the same time. It was learned that on April 29 Apple will introduce desktop and mobile computers with [...]

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The integrated USB 3.0 to Ivy Bridge is Quite Efficient

For years many of us hope for the arrival of USB 3.0 on our Mac. With the arrival in late April of Ivy Bridge, it is now upon us, or rather range of connectors of our future machines. It is time to focus on the performance of USB 3.0 controller that Intel integrated directly in [...]

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Powerful Ultrabuki:ASUS Updated its Line of Ultrathin Notebooks

ASUS has updated its line of ultrathin notebooks Zenbook two new models – UX31A UX21A on the platform and Intel Ivy Bridge. As the name implies, ultrabuki are improved versions of ASUS Zenbook UX31 and UX21 . New items will be bright displays with a diagonal of 13,3 (UX31A) and 11,6 (UX21A) inches. Optionally, they will have a matte finish [...]

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New HP Servers with 512GB of RAM and up to 16 Cores Processor

HP has again turned the loop with the introduction of three new teams within their servers Z Series . All of them with the latest state of technology, new models added to the catalog are the teams Z420, Z620 and Z820 that will certainly not indifferent to one, both for performance and for reliability.

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The Final Version of the Video Player VLC 2.0 is Available to Download

Already commented earlier in the week, these days come the final version of VLC 2.0 one of the video players for excellence in OS X. Well, now available for download the new version of the player VLC 2.0. As we saw with the release candidate we could download, New Version has improved the streaming content and especially the high quality formats. MKV, not to [...]

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AMD Promises a True Fusion of CPU and GPU in 2014

Fashion among processor manufacturers is to add a chip directly into their graphics. However, it is actually engraved on the same square of silicon the two chips side by side, the design of transistors is radically different.  AMD wants to go further and said that by 2014, the CPU and GPU will only really become one [...]

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CES 2012: Intel vs. Qualcomm

On the stage of the note event CES in Las Vegas, scheduled for January 10 to 13 , will begin a technological war between two major chip manufacturers. Intel processor show a smartphone with Medfield, entering a market dominated by the architecture ARM . Qualcomm will respond with a notebook based on an ARM SoC and will make his official entrance in an area monopolized by [...]

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Razer will Present Project Fionain the CES 2012, Possibly Razer Switchblade

The American company Razer has released a video showing some of the latest to go to work, “Fiona Project . “ In the video we note that it is a form of gambling in the PC world. We understand that behind this “ Fiona Project ”could be a promising Razer Switchblade , presented at the last CES 2011. Unfortunately the video does not show the external [...]

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