In this forward looking article, learn about Intel's high-end multi-processor (MP) platform update, microarchitecture details of the next generation processor core - the Nehalem and even info on platforms/processors beyond 2009 with Sandy Bridge and Larrabee. So sit tight and get ready to soak up all the information.
Formerly known as Silverthorne, the Atom is Intel's first purpose-built processor designed solely for ultra mobile devices. An apt name for the physical size of the core, what's more interesting is how and where these new CPUs will be featured and how those devices will drive the market. Interested in the Netbook? Read on.
With the IT Show just around the corner and the festive season just over, there's nothing stopping you from getting a brand new rig. With that thought in mind and a budget of just $1,600, we take a look to see if we can assemble a DIY Rig that matches or exceeds an off-the-shelf system with a 22-inch LCD in performance and value.
NVIDIA officially lifts the veil on the GeForce 8200 mGPU chipset, which boasts the first retail integrated graphics solution capable of 100% HD decoding of MPEG-2, VC-1 and H.264. Finally, a proper low cost chip to build a HD HTPC around, but is it still too soon? Read our preview to find out.
With Blu-ray taking a major step towards outright winning the HD format war, we take a look at how graphics cards today can reduce the workload on your CPU. Read on for the ultimate comparison between ATI's Avivo HD and NVIDIA's PureVideo HD solutions.
At the International Solid State Circuits Conference held at San Francisco, Intel presented 14 new technical papers. Of keen interest to us is the Silverthorne processor for the next generation MIDs and handheld devices, as well as a 2-Billion transistor Itanium processor. Read on for the summarized details.
In December, we brought you the best in technology for 2007 with our top 100 list. This time round, we take a look at an alternate sort of list as we round up the wackiest and strangest tech related stuff of 2007. So kick back and relax as we entertain you.
A new year normally heralds change for the better, and as we take a look at the new upcoming connectivity standards, we will also be looking to see how these new standards complement (or be likely to replace) the already rich and varied established options.
We discuss on the explosion of personal computing power with modern processors of today and explore how virtualization can lap up the extra unused cycles to possibly propel a new usage genre for advanced consumers - just as how it has done wonders for the corporate world.
Apple did it first, attempting to lure Windows users to the Mac platform. Then PC users started seeing a wave of personalization from HP that made them the best-selling PC maker for 2007, even overtaking 2006 leader, Dell. How did HP do it and is this a sign of the future? We take a look.
- AMD officially releases three new Kaveri APUs
- StarHub to debut solar-powered mobile base station at NDP 2014
- NVIDIA working on ways to quadruple display performance in low-res LCDs
- Xiaomi responds to allegations that its phones are sending personal data to Chinese servers secretly
- Feeling stressed without your phone? You may be suffering from nomophobia
- Security researchers show how a USB device can takeover your computer
- Apple cutting more than a quarter of Beats team
- Apple said to unveil iPhone 6 on September 16, hit retail shelves on October 14?