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January 4, 2011 by

CES 2011: A closer look at Intel's Sandy Bridge chips

Intel will announce its new line of processors, code-named Sandy Bridge, at a press conference tomorrow, but at this point it is a mere formality. The changes to the microarchitecture have been known for some time and the only remaining question was just how well Sandy Bridge would perform. Now we now that too.

November 4, 2009 by

Intel's 2010 roadmap

From hardware-accelerated AES encryption via 32nm manufacturing to GPU integration and six cores, Intel's CPU roadmap holds great promise. The chip-maker's upcoming Larrabee 3D graphics processor remains short on detail though.

March 11, 2008 by

News to know: Excel patches; Firefox benchmarks; Spitzer and IT; YouTube; HDTV

Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: How an information system helped nail Eliot Spitzer and a prostitution ring. Michael Krigsman: Eliot Spitzer's software nightmareMicrosoft delivers 12 patches to plug Office; 7 for Excel flawsDavid Morgenstern: Microsoft updates Mac Office 2008, 2004George Ou: Building the 200 inch 1080p HDTV Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Firefox 3.

April 4, 2007 by

Apple releases octo-core Mac Pro

Although it was expected to take a bow at next week's National Association of Broadcasters convention in Las Vegas (NAB) Apple took the wraps off the new 8-core Mac Pro a few days early.Appearing this morning on Apple.

November 20, 2006 by

D-Link RangeBooster N 650

D-Link's RangeBooster N 650 is a solid performer that works well with similar Atheros-based solutions, but not so well with equipment based on other chipsets.

July 25, 2007 By Toshiba

Click on the following links for the driver package readme info:.../Wireless Network Driver Atheros/Readme.txt This package supports...

September 30, 2002 by

Rock Xeno-m

The Xeno-m combines excellent processing power and portability, but its SiS-powered graphics let down the rest of the system, while the price climbs as you add the cost of a floppy drive and a port replicator.

September 11, 2002 by

Intel unveils Banias secrets

Banias is Intel's first totally new mobile processor for more than a decade, and it runs on the same software as a Pentium and uses a host of tricks to save power.


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