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Intel Haswell Core processor officially announced

Intel has kicked off its Developer’s Forum in San Francisco with a wide-ranging keynote detailing the company’s plans for our computing future Front and center was the company’s new Haswell Core processor, developed for mobile PCs, including Intel’s own Ultrabook platform. According to David (Dadi) Perlmutter, Intel’s chief product officer, the new processor is most power-efficient... 

ASRock Vision 3D 252B reviewed: a quiet, top-shelf HTPC worthy of the premium price

Sure, we know there’s great temptation to go the DIY route when considering your next HTPC, but if you’re looking for a small form factor solution, there are legitimate advantages inherent to prebuilt systems. HotHardware just put the ASRock Vision 3D 252B through a rigorous review, and while it isn’t the newest rig on the block, it’s said to be worthy of your consideration... 
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Samsung starts 64GB NAND memory mass production for mobiles

The more internal memory mobile devices have, the better. But speed is just as important as capacity and Samsung are betting on both with its latest NAND memory chips. Currently entering in mass production, the new high-speed embedded memory (eMMC) flash chips will be offered in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB varieties. They’ll be manufactured under the eMMC Pro Class 1500 specification, which boasts some…... 

Broadcom 4335 Chipset Delivers Gigabit WiFi Speeds To Mobile Phones

It’s hard to believe that there was a time when most Internet users were content with 56k and lower connections, especially with connections today that are nearly a gigabit in speed. Each year the power of the Internet and networking equipment continues to evolve. Last January at CES Broadcom teased us with the idea of a Gigabit-speed Wi-Fi system that would work great with mobile phones, about... 
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