All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Intel’

Intel TV Service Delayed by Cable Companies

Intel‘s new push into the cable TV arena could be delayed significantly, if cable companies have their way. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Intel’s plan to offer cable TV over the internet is on hold until content-licensing agreements can be ironed out with cable companies. Citing unnamed “people familiar with [Intel’s] plans,” the journal reports that the new …

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Intel Introduces Low-Power Server-Class Atom Processor

The Intel Atom processor is the company’s ticket into the lucrative tablet and smartphone market. It’s slowly working its way into more mobile devices, but Intel will now offer its low-power processing solution to servers as well. Intel announced today that its Atom S1200 is the world’s first 6-watt server-class processor. It’s a system on-chip processor that features lower-power levels, …

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Intel President And CEO Paul Otellini To Retire In May

Intel president and CEO Paul Otellini will retire from the company at its annual shareholders’ meeting in May, Intel announced today. He has been with the company for nearly 40 years. The board of directors will conduct a process of choosing the person or people to fill his roles. The board will look inside and outside of the company. “I’ve …

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Intel CEO Says Windows 8 Isn’t Ready For Release [Rumor]

We’re a little over a month away from the launch of Windows 8 on October 26. It’s the biggest change for the Redmond-based company since the launch of Windows 95. A lot is riding on this launch and Microsof has been pushing the operating system as hard as they can. Intel has been pushing right alongside them, but the processor …

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Ultrabooks: Intel Bets On The Future Of The Brand With Windows 8

Intel’s Ultrabook line is doing pretty well for them, but the MacBook Air clone could do better. The launch of Windows 8 creates an exciting opportunity for the brand. The PC is back in the spotlight, and Intel aims to capitalize on that momentum in the coming year. Netbook News met with the VP of Intel’s Architecture Group, Navin Shenoy, …

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Intel “Core VPro” Processors Powering the Next Wave of Ultrabooks

Good news for Intel, they are providing all the processors for the next wave of Ultrabook computers. The latest version of their Core processor (Generation 3) offers the most advanced 22nm 3-D tri-gate transistors, making the new Ultrabook devices more responsive with the best enhanced security. Intel has signed agreements with several leading touch panel manufacturers in order to meet …

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Dell Seeks to Develop More ARM-Based Solutions

Today Dell announced that they are starting a new program to enable the ARM-based server ecosystem and integrate more ARM-based application and solutions into their existing product line. The development will be made possible, in part, through a collaboration with Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), and will allow Dell to deliver ARM-based servers to hyper-scale customers. The new program is …

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Intel Windows 8 Tablets to Debut in November

Acording to sources at CNet, the first Intel based Windows 8 tablets will be out in stores by November. There will be over a dozen different designs, ranging from tablets to hybrids (a design that combines laptops and tablets) showcased just in time for Christmas, as Microsoft tests the tablet/hybrid market in earnest. All of the devices will utilize the …

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Dell Introduces Intel Xeon Processors into PowerEdge Servers

Dell announced today they are beginning to integrate the latest Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v2 product family into their enterprise PowerEdge microserver. The processors feature up to 1.95x more performance than previous versions. Forrest Norrod, vice president and general manager of Dell Server Solutions comments on their current enterprise server lineup: “We’re constantly inspired by the unique ways our customers …

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Antivirus Founder John McAfee Arrested in Belize

John McAfee, computer programmer and founder of the antivirus software bearing his name, was recently arrested in Belize, when a task force known at the Gang Suppression Unit broke down his door, after being tipped off about a weapons cache. McAfee contends that the raid surrounded a bigger political cause, due to the fact that he didn’t contribute any money …

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Sony Announces Its First Ultrabook (Kinda)

Sony has had it’s Vaio line of computer out for years, and now they are finally getting into the Ultra Book game, kinda. Today Sony finally announced the Vaio VAIO T13 and T11, for the European market. The ultrabook will come in 2 sizes 11.6″ or 13.3″ and due to it being so small it is ultra portable. The new …

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Wolfram|Alpha Brings its Mobile Apps to PC

Wolfram|Alpha announced this week that their line of mobile apps will be made available on PC’s. The apps will be sold in Intel’s app marketplace, AppUp. The Wolfram|Alpha app is already available in AppUp for the price of $2.99. Other apps that will be made available this year include course assistant apps for subjects such as calculus, astronomy, and music …

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