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Raspberry Pi: You Can Now Order As Many As You Want16 July 2012
Manufacturing capacity for the £25 Raspberry Pi PC has been scaled up, meaning that the previous restrictions of one unit per customer no longer applies.
ReRAM Equals Faster, Cheaper, More Efficient Flash Storage And More…21 May 2012
ReRAM Equals Faster, Cheaper, More Efficient Flash Storage And More…
Nvidia Unveils GeForce GTX 690 Dual-GPU Monster Graphics Card29 April 2012
Two GTX 680 Kepler cores on one card for a cool $1,000.
Intel Integrating Wi-Fi On Atom Chips20 February 2012
Intel has revealed that it is looking to integrate Wi-Fi as well as 3G/4G radios onto future Atom chips.
AMD Processors Heading To Tablets In 201203 February 2012
AMD's new CEO has detailed the company’s plan to fight back against bigger rivals in the coming year.
Intel Revenues Beat Expectations20 January 2012
Despite plummeting returns from the Atom processor line, Intel posted healthy financial results for Q4 2011.
Crucial Adrenaline SSD cache will speed up your Windows 7 PC14 January 2012
The speed of an SSD without the cost or drop in storage capacity
Huawei Announces Ascend P1 S – "World’s Slimmest Smartphone"09 January 2012
Huawei has turned up the heat with two super-slim, dual-core Android ICS smartphones.
Apple In Talks To Buy Anobit13 December 2011
Apple is reportedly in advanced talks to purchase an Isreali company which makes flash storage technology, for up to $500m.
Intel And Micron Produce First 128Gb NAND Chip07 December 2011
- but the high capacity chip won’t be seen in smartphones, tablets and SSDs until 2013.
Intel Launches Extreme Edition Core i7 CPUs14 November 2011
Intel's latest Sandy Bridge processor is not one for the faint-hearted with six cores, quad channel DDR3 memory support and a price-tag to match.
Nvidia Tegra 3 Shows Off Processing Power09 November 2011
The quad-core Tegra 3 system-on-chip for mobile devices has been officially unveiled, showing some serious processing power.
ARM Profits Rise 44%25 October 2011
Strong licensing of its chip designs has seen British-based ARM Holdings report strong results despite a sluggish market.
ARM Unveils Cortex-A7 Processor20 October 2011
ARM's Cortex-A7 processor promises five times longer battery life from a chip just one fifth the size of the Cortex-A8.
Intel Outs Faster, Better Atoms04 October 2011
Atoms up to 2.4GHz, and finally with some graphics grunt as well as HDCP-enabled digital video out.
Samsung Begins 20nm Memory Chip Production22 September 2011
Samsung has begun production of new smaller and more efficient flash memory chips - which could cost 50% less.
IBM And 3M Creating 1,000-Times Faster Processors12 September 2011
How do you boost the performance of a chip by a factor of 1,000? Simple, just add some glue.
First AMD Bulldozer CPUs Shipping07 September 2011
Over a year after first announcing details of the new Bulldozer CPU architecture, AMD has finally shipped the first batch.
Samsung 830 Series SSDs Offer 6Gbps Speed17 August 2011
Samsung's latest SSD drives look very sleek but it's the 6Gbps speeds which will impress most.
Qualcomm Overhauls Naming Conventions03 August 2011
Sick of chip names like MSM7630 and having no idea what it means? Us too, and Qualcomm is trying to put it right.
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