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Kupa has announced its new Windows 8 pro-powered tablet and this is definitely one to look for. Packing 3G, 4G LTE, and an optional Ivy Bridge CPU to name a few specs, this device will be phenomenal.
An PC processor overclocker has managed to boost the clock speed of the recently released Ivy Bridge version of Intel's Core i7 chip all the way up to a speedy 7.03 GHz.
Leaked slides show how Chipzilla is already working, or better still researching on technology nodes pretty far in the future. The 5 nm chips will be here soon.
Yesterday, Neowin covered the rumor that the next MacBook Pro would have a Retina display. Now, there are additional rumors that the MacBook Air and iMac will recieve the same treatment.
Today AMD launched its Trinity accelerated processing units, which combine CPU and GPU cores on a single chip, will see the company battling Intel's Ivy Bridge platform in the ultrabook market.
Since late last year Ivy Bridge seems to be the architecture everyone is waiting for. Although Intel is only anticipating a 10-15% processing performance bump when compared to Sandy Bridge, the big...
Although Intel's die shrink of Sandy Bridge isn't due until next week (Monday, rumors say), the company has long shipped Ivy Bridge's accompanying chipsets. It might seem odd to jump the gun on...
Intel has released a new round of chipsets to go along its Ivy Bridge CPUs. Codenamed "Panther Point," the new 7-series chipsets include half a dozen parts, with the Z77 being Intel's new flagship.
It's looking like Windows support for Intel's fast Thunderbolt data port technology might debut later this month when Intel launches its Ivy Bridge series of CPUs.
Intel is set to roll out its latest generation of CPUs sometime this spring. The launch marks a new "tick" in the company's product roadmap, but Intel is going beyond just a die shrink of Sandy Bridge
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.