Wednesday, 13 May 2015
Chip is a US$9 single-board computer by Next Thing Co.. As of now, the company’s Kickstarter campaign appears wildly successful as over US$1 million has been pledged, exceeding its initial goal of US$50,000 by over 20 times.
Friday, 8 May 2015
Intel launches Xeon E7 v3 CPUs, optimized for real-time data analytics and mission-critical computing
Building on the gains made with its previous generation of Xeon processors, the new Xeon E7 v3 series looks set to make further inroads for real-time data analytics and mission-critical computing market segments.
At its Financial Analyst meeting on 07 May (0200 SGT), AMD made announcements that point to key developments on both CPU and GPU fronts. Find out the details here.
Wednesday, 6 May 2015
According to a leaked Intel roadmap posted on Chinese website PConline, both Broadwell and Skylake CPUs are slated for a mid-year launch. Read on to uncover more details.
Monday, 4 May 2015
A recent teardown of Apple's new S1 processor reveals a custom CPU, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of storage and many other goodies.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2015
The specifications of two upcoming Intel “Skylake” desktop CPUs have been allegedly leaked by Turkish website PCfrm. Read on to uncover more details.
Friday, 10 Apr 2015
At IDF Shenzhen 2015, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showcased the Intel Curie. See what this tiny, Quark-powered wearable is capable of.
Wednesday, 8 Apr 2015
Intel has announced plans to extend its Atom x3 processor roadmap to IoT devices at IDF 2015 in Shenzhen. And in order to mark its 30 years in China, the company has also unveiled the Intel Mass Makerspace Accelerator Program to find and fund China's next global entrepreneurs.
Tuesday, 7 Apr 2015
Amazon and Newegg have updated listings for the Windows and Linux versions of the Intel Compute Stick, an ultra-portable flash drive-sized PC that turns any HDMI-equipped display into a computer. Hit the link for more details.
Intel aims to rid the workplace of wires with Intel Pro WiDi and Wireless Docking technology, part of the technology built into its new vPro Intel Core processors. Wires are a drag on productivity, and Intel believes it can make workplaces more efficient and productive by eliminating the need for cables.