The new iMac is powered by a 1.4GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, and this is backed up by 8GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive, and uses the Intel HD Graphics 5000 GPU -- but are you better off spending an extra $200 for the higher model?
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Stronger demand for enterprise PCs---also known as the flight from Windows XP once Microsoft support ended---has delivered better-than-expected second quarter sales for Intel.
Chip giant plans to differentiate its ultraportable laptop by improving user experience with screen quality, lower cost, and features such as full voice control and better noise cancellation.
Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization 9 simplifying application installation, delivery and management
Novell hopes its ZENworks Application Virtualization 9 will make it easier for organizations to migrate from Windows XP to Windows 7 as well as install, deliver and update applications. The company faces strong challenges from Microsoft, Citrix, VMware, Intel and AppZero, however.
Intel's Ivy Bridge announcement will have to wait. Instead Intel executives devoted its CES press conference to the user experience they hope to deliver with Ultrabooks, which they said are more than just thin-and-light PCs.
Intel continues to tout its upcoming slew of Ultrabook releases this year -- to the point where it neglects some of its key hardware brands like Ivy Bridge and Thunderbolt.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel CEO Paul Otellini discusses Intel’s notebook venture as the “most satisfying and complete computer experience” ever with a sleeker and lighter design and a long battery life at mainstream prices. The first Ultrabooks have already started shipping from select partners and more will be on the way by the holiday season this year.
Asus' latest Republic of Gamers G74SX has everything a gamer would want: Intel Core i7 CPU, Nvidia GTX 560M GPU, 1 TB hybrid SSD, 16 GB RAM, 3D-ready and dual fans. But when will the Sea Shadow-inspired laptop land on American shores?
A new technology built by Intel can bridge the cloud-based web application and the base hardware of any device you use, scaling the experience to suit the device down to a tee.
Would you try to play the latest games on a 5 year old PC? Chances are that unless you'd carried out some significant upgrades in the GPU/CPU or RAM departments, or were willing to put up with a poor graphics experience, you wouldn't even bother. But if you play on a games console, then you are doing just that.
LAS VEGAS - Intel today unveiled the second generation of its Core processors - codenamed "Sandy Bridge" - playing up the visual elements that will create a new experience in computing, the company said.In a standing-room-only press conference at the Venetian Hotel, company CEO Paul Otellini talked about the next evolution of the PC and the push into evolving categories, including televisions, cars, digital signs and home automation systems.
Intel will unveil its range of Sandy Bridge processors at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, according to reports.Sandy Bridge will likely provide a graphics boost over current Intel chipsets, as it will integrate the GPU component of those chipsets onto the same silicon as the CPU — this should provide power consumption and speed advantages over current Intel processors, which have 45nm-manufactured GPUs alongside 32nm-manufactured CPUs.
Intel has been providing dribs and drabs of information about its forthcoming Sandy Bridge processors during this week's Intel Developer Forum. For instance, we now know that the integrated GPU will not support many DirectX 11 features, and it will automatically get disabled when a discrete graphics card is added to a PCI Express slot.
The use of email is deeply connected with paper rituals that humans have clung to despite the digital age making them redundant, according to Intel director, Interaction and Experience Research, Genevieve Bell.
Has in-store shopping lost it's luster? A proof-of-concept from Intel tries to restore the recreation retail experience with speedy payment options and smart purchasing suggestions. ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das checks out a point of sale kiosk that blends the best of online and bricks and mortar stores.
Society needs to get a grip on how much email is actually costing the workforce in terms of attention and time, according to Intel director, Interaction and Experience Research, Genevieve Bell.
By integrating its embedded microprocessor into plethora of form factors, Intel believes its competitors won't be able to replicate similar compute "experience", says company exec.
The rumor mill suggests that Google and Intel will announce a deal with Sony to change the future of television at the Google I/O conference later this week.
Remember Hybrid SLI? For those you don't, it was Nvidia's solution for an ever-vexing problem for laptop makers: How can you deliver the power of a discrete graphics card without sacrificing battery life?
Chipmaker responds to suit filed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which alleges Intel carried out "unfair" competitive practices in GPU market.
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