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Automatic System Cleaner

Automatic System cleaner is an easy-to-use utility that cleans your computer on a manual and scheduled basis. It keeps your system...

April 24, 2007 by S6Software

CES: Intel unveils new chip, Sandy Bridge

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Intel CEO Paul Otellini and VP Mooly Eden talk about the company's new line of desktop and laptop CPUs. The processor lineup known as Sandy Bridge is positioned to handle high-quality video gaming without a separate processor.

January 5, 2011 by

Intel Sandy Bridge to debut at CES

Intel will use the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to show off its new mainstream processor, codenamed Sandy Bridge, which has integrated graphics, power management and HD encoding as standard

January 4, 2011 by

Intel's new 32nm 2010 Core chips

Intel announced new processor chips at last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas: the 2010 Core series, with transistor sizes down to 32 nanometres. They're faster with better power consumption, sure, but what else will it mean?

January 10, 2010

Intel bolsters entry-level server chip lineup

Intel's Nehalem platform is extending into more markets including entry -level servers and more mainstream consumer PCs.On Tuesday, Intel said that its Intel Core i5 processor family, two new Core i7 chips and a series of Xeon chips geared toward small businesses were now available.

September 7, 2009 by

Embedded Android code goes open source

The Android operating system is a step closer to being embedded in consumer electronics, after the company behind the MIPS processor architecture open-sourced the code for its Android port.

August 5, 2009 by

The sleeper HP Pavilion dv3 13-inch laptop

HP introduced two consumer laptops at CES in January: the 12-inch Pavilion dv2 and the 13-inch Pavilion dv3. The dv2 got all the press because it employs a new AMD Neo processor, which is the closest thing AMD has to a netbook chip, but the dv3 seemed like a potential sleeper.

March 16, 2009 by

Intel launches new chip for consumer electronics

In its latest bid to expand beyond PCs and servers into industrial and consumer electronics applications, Intel has announced a new family of embedded processors.These chips are not based on the Atom processor already used in netbooks and Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs)--those versions won't arrive until sometime next year.

July 24, 2008

The MacBook Chasm shrinks

A very short two weeks ago I wrote about the MacBook chasm, the difference in features and benefits between Apple's consumer MacBook and the professional MacBook Pro. I wrote that Apple's revving the MacBook Pro to the faster and cooler Core 2 Duo processor essentially widened the gap between the two lines and that it would make potential MacBook buyers think long and hard about the MBP before buying.Well no more.

November 8, 2006 by

Is Sun's UltraSparc T1 the ' Terminator'?

Sun has started shipping some systems based on its UltraSparc T1 processor (see the news story) with claims of "blowing away" industry standards for performance, setting seven world record benchmarks and delivering a five-fold performance increase at one-fifth the power consumer versus Dell, HP and IBM systems.  The 'T' in T1 technically stands for 'Throughput,' but from its marketing stance, Sun might as well call it the 'Terminator.

December 5, 2005 by

Dell Inspiron 5100

Home and small business users requiring a well-designed mainstream notebook with excellent performance and reasonable battery life will like the desktop Pentium 4-based Inspiron 5100.

March 3, 2003 by

China develops its own DSP

Researchers at China's Shanghai Jiao Tong University have independently created a digital signal processor, another milestone in the growth of the Chinese chip industry. Digital signal processors (DSPs) are one of the crucial components in cell phones, digital cameras and consumer-electronics products.

February 28, 2003 by

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