Intel will release a new generation of mobile processors, which based on Merom, for the value market. The new processor family is so called Celeron-M 500, where the first model Celeron-M 520 will be released in Q1 2007. Celeron-M 520 is the only model to be released in Jan 2007. It is a single core
NVIDIA has been targeted in a lawsuit by Scanner Technologies over several patents related to manufacturing ball grid arrays. The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Texas, alleges NVIDIA infringed U.S. Patents 7,079,678 and 7,085,411 belonging to Scanner Technologies, which builds vision inspection products. Both patents disclose a method of three-dimensional inspection that allow
Researchers from Intel and the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) have built the world’s first electrically powered Hybrid Silicon Laser using standard silicon manufacturing processes. This breakthrough addresses one of the last major barriers to producing low-cost, high-bandwidth silicon photonics devices for use inside and around future computers and data centers. “This could bring
Some very very nice looking Ultra high-end CPU and GPU Coolers, Silent to boot, from Austrian Company Noctua and Korean Company ZeroTherm, are undergoing testing… here’s a sneak preview!
Pentium will be the name of the Conroe-L, a single core version of the Conroe with a smaller cache : - Pentium E1020 : 1.4 GHz, FSB800, 1 MB of L2 cache - Pentium E1040 : 1.6 GHz, FSB800, 1 MB of L2 cache - Pentium E1060 : 1.8 GHz, FSB800, 1 MB of L2
Mr Hwang Chang-gyu, the chief executive of Samsung Electronics’ semiconductor division declared that Samsung will endeavor to make the semiconductor division of Samsung Electronics reach $ 40 billion in sales by 2010 and become the world’s No.1 semiconductor manufacturer—both in memory and non-memory sectors—surpassing Intel and others. In an exclusive interview with Korean media Dong-A
Japanese car maker Nissan has announced plans to test an “intelligent transportation system” that sends wireless messages to passing cars. The company said on Friday that it plans to include 10,000 drivers in a 30-month experiment. Messages will be beamed optically from roadside beacons to passing cars in the trial. Information received by an onboard
CEDIA officially opened today at the Denver Convention Center. Toshiba added two new 1080p models in the 42-inch and 47-inch screen sizes, and created a whole new sub-category called Cinema Series Pro. These models are an off-shoot of their Cinema Series line, which feature striking piano black cabinetry. Toshiba also announced that they had sold
We bring to you CPL Singapore 2006, the first Qualifying stop for the CPL Winter Season. Held at E2Max, we bring to you the buzz and excitements around this event, published right over at Gamers.com.sg
The Planex NAS-01G is a single drive Network Attached Storage ( NAS ), that allows for easy back up / storage of your data. With multimedia files now growing in the hundreds of Megabytes, if not Gigabytes, it only makes sense to invest in a large capacity storage solution to store these files in. We
VisionTek™ Products, LLC, a supplier of advanced PC graphics cards, memory solutions and PC accessories, today announced the launch of their new RADEON®™ X1950XTX 512MB PCI Express PC graphic card. The VisionTek “Limited Edition X1950XTX Launch Bundle” is available immediately direct from www.visiontek.com.VisionTek only offers flagship class RADEON®™ products made on the exact same production
LG Electronics (LG), a worldwide leader in mobile design and technology, debuts the LG-KG810 mobile phone with a built-in touch-sensitive keypad that allows quick access MP3 capability. This new clamshell model weighs a mere 86 grams and has a thickness of only 14.6 mm. The phone includes high-end camera functions, with a digital zoom.
Intel plans to start offering an entry-level Core 2 Duo processor, the T5200, for OEM notebook makers in October, in order to compete with AMD’s entry-level Mobile Turion 64×2 CPUs. The T5200 CPU, which will pair with Intel’s 945 chipsets, will gradually take over the role currently being filled by the T2250 and T2050. In
Expecting Samsung to ship 63nm 4Gb MLC chips at the end of September or the beginning of October, Taiwan memory module makers have plans to unveil 1GB microSD cards next month. In addition to challenging SanDisk’s and Kingston’s dominance of the market segment, competition from the Taiwan sector will also bring down prices.
Hitachi has much more to celebrate than the birth of the hard drive, which happened 50 years ago today in San Jose, California. The company is also celebrating an areal density 1 achievement of 345 gigabits per square inch (Gbits/sq. in.) using perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR) technology. This areal density, demonstrated in laboratory testing, represents
VIA today announced the VIA C7®-D processor for a new breed of PC desktop solutions. The VIA C7-D processor with a maximum power consumption of just 20W at 1.8GHz not only sets the benchmark for performance-per-watt operation, but enables further power savings through the use of smaller power supplies and cooling fans, with a side
NVIDIA today announced that ASUS has selected the new NVIDIA GeForce Go 7700 graphics processing unit to create the graphically powerful, thin-and-light A8Js notebook. The new GeForce GPU delivers 50% more pixel bandwidth than the NVIDIA GPU used previously in the ASUS A8 series , ushering in new levels of graphics performance and video quality
Sharkoon is introducing a multi-functional housing for 2.5" IDE hard drives: the Sharkoon 2.5" Mobile X-Changer is sold together with a 3.5" docking station and 5.25" mounting frame. These accessories allow the sleek housing to be used as either a handy external 2.5" drive or — similar to a disk — as a flexible, removable
DailyTech has a feature story on an Apple Mac Pro running 2 Quad-Core Clovertown processors with the resulting system running on 8 processor cores flawlessly. No BIOS updates nor no pin-hacks or anything exotic was needed to get the yet unannounced processors to work in the Mac Pro. The Mac Pro is different from normal
Scythes are agricultural tools for harvesting produce with stalks. As a PC enthusiast, it symbolises the harvesting of extra overclocks and the weeding out of heat and noise that are detrimental to the computing experience. Will the Scythe Infinity do it’s uber-brother, the Ninja proud? Read on to find out!