- News tagged "intel"
Friday, 17 Feb 2012
According to sources we spoke to, the local availability of Sandy Bridge-E CPUs featuring C2 stepping is scheduled for 1st March. This is some good news for us after hearing about the reported delay of volume shipments for Ivy Bridge CPUs
If you need a push to get a Sandy Bridge notebook right now, consider this. Waiting for an Ivy Bridge powered Ultrabook just got a bit longer, if Digitimes is to be believed.
Wednesday, 15 Feb 2012
Motorola is expected to unveil its first Intel-powered Android 4.0 handset at Mobile World Congress 2012. Besides running on Intel's Medfield processor, the biggest selling feature of the unnamed device is its camera, which is said to boast instant-on and 15-frame-per-second burst mode.
Friday, 10 Feb 2012
Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a way for collaboration between the CPU and GPU during the execution of programs, allowing their computing performance to be increased by over 20%.
Tuesday, 7 Feb 2012
Codenamed Cherryville, the Intel SSD 520 Series - Intel's most robust consumer SSD to date - delivers up to 80,000 maximum 4K random write IOPS and up to 50,000 4K random read IOPS, setting new industry performance benchmarks.
Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012
Intel has refreshed its Sandy Bridge lineup with the launch of three new Core i5 desktop processors. These new quad-core CPUs have their on-board GPUs disabled.
Friday, 27 Jan 2012
RealNetworks have announced their agreement with Intel to sell a significant number of its patents and its next-generation video CODEC software to the chipmaker for a purchase price of US$120 million.
Thursday, 19 Jan 2012
Hardcore overclockers can do what they do best now with the blessings of Intel. The chipmaker has just announced its Performance Tuning Protection Plan (PTPP) that is an extended warranty plan to replace an eligible processor, damaged from overclocking.
Wednesday, 18 Jan 2012
Despite being a late comer to the smartphone game, Intel claimed that its Medfield processor would bring great improvements in both power and efficiency on the Android platform.
Tuesday, 17 Jan 2012
ARM CEO Warren East said in an interview at CES 2012 that he was not impressed with Intel's foray into the mobile smartphone market. He added that ARM took Intel as a serious competitior; however, Intel mobile smartphone CPUs would not be as power efficient as ARM's offerings.