Samsung’s Q40 Ultramobile with SSD

February 28, 2007 by poeloq | 2 Comments

Samsung has made it’s ultramobile laptop, the Samsung Q40, even more portable by adding the option of replacing the normal HDD with a SDD, either a 16GB or 32GB NAND Flash SSD. The main advantages of the new SSD drives will be faster access times, meaning that booting will be quicker (20-45%), as well as [...]

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How many more cores to be added? Teraflops are coming to your home!!

February 13, 2007 by Kiklop | Leave a Comment

Intel has just announced they have reached one more milestone in multi-core developing. It is hard to believe Intel has developed not 8 core but 80 core chip capable of trillion operations per second. Just to mention, first teraflops operation was achieved in 1996, when Intel assembled ASCI Red Supercomputer using 10.000 Pentium® Pro processors [...]

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LG unveils PS-S720K Laptop

February 6, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

LG Electronics has come up with a new 15.4 inch Laptop which runs on Vista Home Premium. This new Laptop is ascribed the code of PS-S720K. It is embedded with a wide array of features, such as, Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T7200, 15.4” WSXGA+/Fine Bright LCD (200nit), ATI Mobility Radeon 1700 (256M), 5.1Ch HD [...]

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Tiny chips make technology faster and smaller

January 29, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

For some time we have wondered if and when the technology sector would answer the burning question that has been on many of our minds lately. How far and how small will the technology that we use on a day to day basis, such as mobile phones, computers, PDA’s and other items that require “Chips” [...]

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Intel designs 45 nanometres wide processor ‘Penryn’

January 27, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

In an age of microchips, Intel and IBM have come up with another wonder, the 45 nm processors. It is a tiny giant in the sense that this new Intel processor microchip, which is half the size of a postage stamp, is capable of containing 400 million transistors in it. The 45 nanometres (billionths of [...]

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Intel unveils new generation wireless chips for Centrino

January 25, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

On the basis of the draft 802.11n wireless standard, Intel has released its new WiFi chip. Intel’s next generation wireless chip or the new WiFi chip will be adorning the 802.11n wireless to its Centrino notebooks. Apart from these, it is also hoped that other vendors, such as, Dell and Hewlett-Packard will also follow their [...]

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Darter 76 Ultraportable Ubuntu Notebook

January 25, 2007 by poeloq | 3 Comments

The prototype of a new Darter 76 ultraportable Notebook with Ubuntu Linux, the operating system I am using to research and write this right now, was spotted by a visitor at a conference. The model pictured left does not only come Windows-less and instead powered by a very reliable and easy-to-use operating system and is [...]

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Intel Looking To Compete NIVIDIA And ATI

January 24, 2007 by Static | Leave a Comment

NVIDIA and ATI may have to keep their eyes out for a new competitor in their currently monopolized market. There have been rumors, numerous amounts of rumors on Intel possibly stepping up their level regarding computer graphic cards. It seems to be official now, as the dubbed Larrabee project seems to be underway with the [...]

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Sun Microsystems Inc. and Intel Corp. joins hands

January 24, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

Sun Microsystems Inc. and Intel Corp. known to be a sort of ‘worst enemies’ have overcome their splendid isolation and joined hands. As a part of this welcome alliance between the two technological giants, Intel will promote Sun’s Solaris operating system among its consumers and in return Sun will be using in its computer servers [...]

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