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AuroraFox

AuroraFox is built on the foundation of TenFourFox and sources from the Aurora channel of Mozilla Firefox. It is an experimental build...

November 8, 2012 by Stopgap Software

The new Mac Pro: desktop mainframe

The tiny little power-packed tube is engineered like a 1960s mainframe computer: a central processor with a lot of I/O. That makes the economic case for it very different than for other PCs.

July 1, 2013 by

Intel's fixed chipsets to ship as early as next week

A week after Intel announced a design flaw in a support chipset used in its second-generation Intel Core processor, widely known as Sandy Bridge, the company said today that it would resume shipments for use in PCs that are not impacted by the flaw.Meanwhile, the company said it expects to begin shipping a new version of the chip in mid-February, which could presumably be as early as next week.

February 7, 2011 by

Systerac Tools Premium

An incredible package of tools for Windows 8, 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP that will improve your PC performance, speed up your...

March 25, 2012 by Systerac

Via unveils dual-core Nano X2 processor

Chipmaker Via has announced its first low-power dual-core x86 processor, the Nano X2.According to a statement from the company on Tuesday, the Nano X2 will be used in desktop, all-in-one and notebook PCs.

January 5, 2011 by

CES 2011: Nvidia is developing its first CPU

Most of Nvidia's press conference at CES was devoted to its Tegra 2 processor for smartphones and tablets, but CEO Jen-Hsun Huang saved one big surprise for the end, a project to develop a high-performance CPU for PCs and servers based on the ARM.

January 5, 2011 by

CPU Speed Professional

CPU Speed Pro will accurately benchmark your PC processor speed. The software records and reviews thousands of processor speeds which...

October 31, 2011 by Wizard Software

Chips are everywhere. Processors are in your PCs, laptops, servers, cars and every gadget you can think of. In addition, the processor market is shifting---especially in the mobile market. Key trend: Graphical processing units. Key players include Intel, AMD, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments among others.

April 14, 2010 by

Niveus introduces new Zone HTPC with multi-room capabilities

Niveus is best known for its pricey home theater PCs (HTPCs) and media servers, but its new unit carries a more reasonable price tag— sort of. The new Zone is only (in Niveus' world it's only) $1,499 for an Intel Core 2 Duo T5750 processor, 2GB of RAM, 160GB hard drive, Blu-ray player, and a DVI-to-HDMI adapter for hooking it up to an HDTV.

April 1, 2009 by

Move over, Psystar: EFi-X USA to sell Mac OS X-capable PCs

A company named EFi-X USA plans to offer a desktop PC that could allow customers to create their own Mac systems with the help of an internal adapter that allows many generic PCs to run Mac OS X.The EFi-X USA Millennium 4, as the machine is called, is expected to appeal to gamers and power users thanks to a Core 2 Quad processor overclocked to at least 3.

December 12, 2008 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 by

RM gets 50 watts of Intel Atom power

They may not be the first Atom-based computers available for pre-order in the UK - those laurels probably belong to the MSI WInd, although its being a bit coy - but RM's ecoquiet RM ONE 50 and ecoquiet RM PC 50 are the first to actually come clean about power:Operating on less than 50 watts under stress, the new ecoquiet PCs will be the first in the UK to take advantage of the exciting new Atom processor from industry leader, IntelThere'll be 'no price premium' on them either.

May 12, 2008 by

Ready or not, here comes Silverthorne

At the International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco this week, Intel revealed details of its new low-power processor. But does the world really want Silverthorne-based Ultra-Mobile PCs (UMPCs) and Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs)?

February 8, 2008 by

PC server CPUs grew 17% in Q4 2007

Shipments of processors for PC servers in Q4 2007 grew17.0% sequentially, according to IDC. Shipments of processors for mobile PCs grew 10.3%, while processors for desktop PCs grew 6.5%. In the desktop processor segment, high-end and mainstream processors represented 87.1% of processors shipped in Q4 2007, up from 84.6% in Q3 2007.

January 24, 2008

What will many cores mean to future Windows releases?

Windows and existing Microsoft programming languages work just fine with one- to four-processor PCs. But when 8- 16 and 64-core client machines become the norm -- in the not-so-distant future -- will Windows, C#, Visual Basic and other Microsoft applications be able to keep up?

May 31, 2007 by

Intel to add WiMax to notebooks

Intel said at its Intel Developer Forum in Beijing that it will be adding WiMax notebook PCs and other small devices in 2008. The company also added that its next-generation Centrino processor technology "Santa Rosa" is on schedule for May.

April 17, 2007 by

Mashup Makeover

The “Personal Mashup Recorder�?Commendo’s Voyager™ service records for replay on the user’s PC, virtually all standard HTTP delivered content, including mashups or interactivity-enabling software (Flash, AJAX and JavaScript). Replaying mashups on the PC provides significant performance improvements to the user experience, while also making the mashups portable. This hands-on session will show how to use Commendo’s Voyager™ as a “Personal Mashup Recorder�? to record existing mashups, along with techniques and approaches which you can use to create new mashup categories. Three mashup types will be shown and discussed: Entertainment (Videos), Mapping, and Search/RSS. In addition you will learn how using existing debugging tools with recorded mashups can speed up development. Voyager processes mashups in parallel, and is multi-processor enabled, allowing mashups to take full advantage of today’s multi-core PCs. Mashup recording requires no changes to the underlying applications, the mashup code, or content conversion by the user. Download Voyager ™ to your Windows PC prior to the conference at www.commendo.com.

July 10, 2006 by

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