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Tuesday, 25 Oct 2011
Intel has launched its new Core i7-2700K CPU at a price of US$332; it has a default frequency of 3.5GHz, a 100MHz bump in clock speed compared to its 2600K predecessor.
The man who was a co-founder and CEO of the company that envisaged Siri and worked to bring it to fruition, has amicably parted ways with Apple.
Motorola has made plans for the latest ICS update for select Motorola products - but left out on the minute details.
The flood affecting Thailand now is the worst the country has ever experienced in half a century. Unfortunately, a quarter of the world's hard disks are manufactured there, and global supplies are expected to be badly affected.
Monday, 24 Oct 2011
Apple's Macbook Pro series gets a CPU and GPU refresh, with its base 13-inch model starting from a faster Intel Core i5 2.4GHz processor while its higher speced 15-inch and 17-inch variants get a graphics bump from AMD's Radeon HD 6750M to HD 6770M.
Great news for gamers: USB gamepads will be fully functional in Android 4.0 as well.
Intel's Ivy Bridge processors are expected to ship in March 2012. They are manufactured with a 22nm process and will be the first commercial CPUs to use Tri-Gate transistors.
Google has been in touch with two private equity firms to potentially help them finance a buyout of Yahoo. Or the move might be an elaborate ploy to make Microsoft pay over the top for the same company.
With Microsoft and Compal entering a patent licensing agreement for patents under the Google Android portfolio, this means that companies accounting for over half of all Android devices are now covered under Microsoft's patent license agreements.
In this modern digital age, smartphones and Facebook are probably two of the biggest ways of how people stay connected. And recent surveys show just how important these two are to people.