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  • News: Nvidia demos Fermi super GPU

    Nvidia showed off a new GPU architecture on Wednesday that it hopes will allow it to move beyond gaming to play a greater role in the supercomputing market.

  • News: Smartphones, netbooks lead global GPS surge

    The unabated interest in GPS-enabled smartphones during the recession has been a life-saver for the GPS semiconductor industry, and future growth will be fueled by the integration of GPS in feature phones across Europe and Asia, and its appearance in new consumer form factors such as MIDs, netbooks, media players, gaming consoles, GPS watches, digital cameras, and connected cars.

  • News: Freecom launches first USB 3.0 hard drive

    Freecom on Thursday introduced one of the earliest devices based on the USB 3.0 standard: a portable hard drive that provides faster data-transfer rates compared to drives based on the older USB 2.0 standard.

  • News: Intel readies Pineview netbook processors

    Intel will ship a new line of Atom processors for netbooks and nettops during the fourth quarter of this year, a company official said late on Wednesday.

  • Wacom Bamboo graphics tablet

    Graphics tablet specialist Wacom has introduced a new range of Bamboo tablets, merging interactive multi-touch functionality with pen tablet technology in a single device.

  • News: AMD first with DirectX-supporting Radeon cards

    AMD has launched its much anticipated HD5800 series of graphics chips, the first DirectX 11-supporting processors which hit the market a month before Windows 7's official release.

  • News: MIT scientists aim to keep Moore's Law alive

    Scientists at MIT have have used a combination of silicon and gallium nitride, a hard material frequently used in LEDs, to create a hybrid microchip that they say is smaller, faster and more efficient than today's processors.

  • News: Seagate launches world's fastest hard drive

    Seagate has announced the world's first SATA 3.0 hard drive, the Barracuda XT, making good its promise of earlier this year to start selling hardware capable of keeping up with the high-performance interface.

  • News: 46m internet dongles ship in 2009

    Shipments of cellular modems (commonly known as dongles), which provide direct Internet connectivity to laptops and other portable devices, are forecast to exceed 46 million this year.

  • i-Buddy USB alert device

    Lava Accessories has launched the i-Buddy - a USB gadget that comes alive in a bid to alert PC users when they get a message or email on their PC.

  • News: Sony unveils thinnest ever Walkman

    The world is still focused on the new iPod nano and Zune HD, but that didn't stop Sony from unveiling its thinnest Walkman ever yesterday. Sony's new NW-A840 Series devices measure just over a quarter inch thick.

  • News: Arm boosts speed of Cortex A9

    ARM Holdings has boosted the clock speed of its Cortex A9 processor to 2GHz, in a bid to offer better application performance while drawing less power.

  • News: Microsoft Zune HD launches in the US

    Microsoft has launched the Microsoft Zune HD portable music player in the US.

  • BenQ V2400 and V200 HD LED displays

    BenQ has unveiled the V2400 Eco and V2200 Eco - two new widescreen LED displays.

  • News: NEC, Casio and Hitachi merge mobile phone operations

    NEC, Casio and Hitachi plan to merge their mobile phone businesses by next April. The merger aims to reduce costs, boost technological expertise and expand market share, the companies said in a joint statement.

  • News: Intel sends out Nehalem chip samples

    Intel today reached a milestone in its effort to create smaller and power-efficient chip packages, saying it had started sampling Nehalem-based chips code-named 'Jasper Forest'.

  • News: AMD Tigris laptops launching today

    AMD on Thursday introduced new processors and improved graphics capabilities as part of its latest laptop platform that could up the ante in its battle with rival chip maker Intel.

  • News: Dell launches uninterruptible power supplies

    Dell is to start selling uninterruptible power supplies with its own brand name as it tries to expand its reach in the server space.

  • HP Photosmart Premium multifunction printer with touchscreen

    HP has unveiled a range of Photosmart printers that features touch sensitive technology allowing users to print using the LCD display located on the front of the printer.

  • News: FAQ: Intel's new Core i5 and Core i7 chips

    Intel's two new Core i7 CPUs (860 and 870) are mid-range counterparts to its top-of-the-line Core i7 900-series chips, and initial tests (using Intel's new DP55KG motherboard) indicate their performance follows suit. Our early tests also show the new entry-level Core i5 750 is the one to watch when it comes to best bang for your buck.



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