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Intel is apparently accelerating the launch date for their next gen Haswell-E CPUs and X99 chipset, with manufacturers also rumored to be ready to roll out a number of new motherboards to choose from.
Today marked the closure of Sony's sale of its VAIO computer business as it became an independent business in its own right, launching two new Windows laptops - the Pro and Fit - at the same time.
Today's Haswell release isn't a tick or a tock, it's simply a refresh. But while we don't expect much more than slight speed bumps, the company has also released new 9-series chipsets.
Intel has launched two new chipsets for desktop and notebook PCs, along with faster versions of their Haswell processors, but there's no new info on its next generation Broadwell chips
With the Surface Mini all but confirmed for Microsoft's upcoming event, attention has now shifted to some other things Microsoft will announce alongside a smaller Surface: possibly, a new Surface Pro.
In perhaps an unusual move by Apple, the company has reduced the pricing of its Macbook Air by $100 each and introduced the newer, faster Haswell Intel CPU into their complete range.
A new report claims that Intel won't be bringing its upcoming Broadwell CPU design to the desktop and instead will offer a refresh of Haswell to desktops in 2014 before debuting Skylake in 2015.
Gigabyte is showing off a Pocket Gaming PC version of its tiny BRIX family at IDF this week that it will launch later this year in a bare bones version for about $500.
A new report claims that Intel has started shipping new versions of its fourth generation Core processors, code named Haswell, that use much less power than the normal Core chips.
An Lenovo executive said this week that the newest Haswell processors from Intel, which support Windows 8, allow for longer PC battery life and as a result eliminate the need for Windows RT.
Intel says a new version of its latest Core processor, code name Haswell, that will be fanless and use less energy, is coming by the end of 2013, that could be used in Windows 8.1 notebooks.
Intel's new CEO Brian Krzanich claims that PC makers have 50 tablet-notebook hybrids products in the works that will use Intel's new fourth generation Core (Haswell) processors.
Tests by programmer and Qwikast founder Nico Schuele have shown Dropbox dramatically cuts down the new MacBook Air's battery life, from a whopping 12 hours to just 3.
Some leaked slides seem to point toward an 8-core desktop CPU from Intel coming late next year. The chip is supposedly based on the Haswell architecture and brings DDR4 support and great performance.
Dell's Alienware division has launched a new hardware version of its game console-like X51 PC desktop, adding in support for Intel's fourth generation Core (Haswell) processors and more.
So what is Haswell exactly? It is Intel's 4th generation Core architecture which will see a major refresh of the entire Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 product lineup in 2013.
Intel's fourth-generation Core processors, codenamed 'Haswell', will bring serious efficiency improvements that will allow 50% more laptop battery life at no cost to the performance
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Intel has detailed a few new graphics options that will be available as part of their 4th-generation Core CPUs ('Haswell'), including new Iris and Iris Pro chips that deliver up to 3x the performance
Intel announced today that it would launch the fourth generation Core processors, code named Haswell, in "approximately 3,337,200,000,000,000 nanoseconds" or June 3rd.
Intel has demoed (again) a new reference design for their upcoming Haswell processors, known as 'North Cape', which brings a 10-hour battery life to a tablet/notebook hybrid
Intel has reportedly started to ship its next generation PC processors, code named Haswell, to the large PC OEMs. Some new Windows 8 notebooks and convertibles could have Haswell chips inside in June.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft is working with Intel to have the upcoming Windows Blue upgrade for Windows 8 boost battery life for Intel's next generation processors, code named Haswell.
A line-up for Intel's upcoming range of Haswell processors has been leaked, revealing 14 different SKUs including a 3.5 GHz flagship quad-core Core i7-4770K with an 84W TDP
Rumours are circulating that Intel is seriously considering a shift away from the LGA socket, introduced with the Pentium 4 Prescott CPU, in favour of a BGA, System on Chip solution.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini claimed during today's Intel Developer Forum keynote speech that an Ultrabook-based notebook with a future Intel chip inside will have "all day" battery use in 2013.