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Intel’s Wireless Power Technology Demonstrated

Intel claims it has improved the efficiency of a method for powering devices wirelessly. Intel’s “Wireless Energy Resonant Link” (WREL), technology was demonstrated by transmitting electricity wirelessly to a lamp on stage and lighting a 60 watt bulb, which consumes ...

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25GB in 70 seconds with USB 3.0

25GB in 70 seconds with USB 3.0

At the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) 2008, USB-IF President, Jeff Ravencraft revealed that the new specifications for USB 3.0 would be fully released on November 17 at the SuperSpeed USB Developers Conference in San Jose. The USB 3.0 architecture ...

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Portwell PCS-8230 Car PC

Portwell PCS-8230 Car PC

The California based Portwell Incorporation has recently announced the PCS-8230, a micro sized PC running Intel’s new Atom processor. The new PC is designed to be used in a car, offering multimedia capabilities along other computer-related features. It could be ...

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‘Larrabee’ – Intel’s Upcoming Many-Core GPU

‘Larrabee’ – Intel’s Upcoming Many-Core GPU

Intel Corporation will be unveiling a paper detailing the first ever “many-core” blueprint named “Larrabee.” Larrabee is a new approach to the software rendering 3-D pipeline, a ”many-core” programming model and performance analysis tool for several applications. Larrabee would be ...

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Intel’s New System-on-a-Chip

Intel recently unveiled a line of new generation system-on-a-chip designs. The Intel EP80579 Integrated Processor family can be applied to security, mobile Internet devices, storage, communications, and industrial robotics applications. The system-on-a-chip (SoC) products are based on the Pentium M ...

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AMD 12-Core Processor

AMD 12-Core Processor

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is developing processors with 12 cores which are targeted for release in the first half of 2010. This new plan has deviated from the original product vision of 8-core chips. The 12-core processor is code-named Magny-Cours. ...

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Qosmio Quad Core HD Processor

Qosmio Quad Core HD Processor

Toshiba Corporation recently announced it will be enhancing its Japanese line-up of Qosmio AV notebook computers with the launch of two new models, the Qosmio G50 and Qosmio F40. Both models integrate the streaming media processing power of the Toshiba’s ...

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A Look Back at CeBIT 2008: Motherboards

A Look Back at CeBIT 2008: Motherboards

Motherboards drew much of the attention at this year’s CeBIT exhibition – many companies selected to debut their most recent developments in the field at the exhibition. This is a quickly developing field – AMD just introduced its newest integrated ...

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Green Computing

Green computing, the study and practice of efficient and eco-friendly computing resources, is now under the attention of not only environmental organizations, but also businesses from other industries. In recent years, companies in the computer industry have come to realize ...

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Intel’s High Speed Optical Trinity

Intel’s High Speed Optical Trinity

Intel’s Photonic Lab has announced the successful development of the 3rd and last component in a high speed optical trinity – the Silicon-Germanium optical detector. Several months ago, Intel announced it had managed to combine a laser and an optical ...

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