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    Acer Aspire TimelineX 4820T Laptop Review

    The Acer Aspire TimelineX 4820T-3697 is a thin and light 14″ laptop with a somewhat industrial, business-like design that is complimented by a slick brushed aluminum cover. Under the hood you get a 2.4GHz Intel Core i5-450M dual-core processor with Turbo Boost Technology and 3 MB L3 cache. Intel Turbo Boost technology helps provide you […]

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    Exclusive Look at Google TV from Behind Intel’s Closed Doors

    This month Intel brought together a group of Bloggers from around the U.S. for their annual Upgrade Your Life Event where Intel offers several Bloggers the opportunity to see what the micro-processing giant is working on – but we’re not talking necessarily just about their work on their latest Core processors. This is the second […]

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    Intel’s New ULV Processors Will Power Super Thin and Fast Laptops

    If you’ve been waiting to buy a new ultraportable, then you’ve waited long enough. Intel has announced that they are expanding their Core i3, i5 and i7 ULV processors that are used in their ultra-thin processors. These new processors are all dual-core CPUs that promise to provide unto 35% more performance for multitasking, as much […]

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    Intel X25-M 160GB SSD Review (2010)

    Adding ram to your computer has always been an easy way to boost your system’s performance. Now with SSDs (solid state drives) becoming more affordable, upgrading your laptop (or desktop’s) hard drive to a SSD drive has become yet another easy way to maximize your computer’s performance. Intel’s X-25M in particular is a top of […]

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    Students Shine at Intel Science Talent Search 2010

    From March 11th through 16th, 40 top high school scientists have come together in Washington D.C. for the annual Intel Science Talent Search competition (Intel STS). The Intel Science Talent Search is essentially the country’s biggest science research competition which offers the opportunities for high school seniors to present their research to a group of […]

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    Intel AppUp Center Beta is an App Store for Netbooks

    Intel has just released a public beta of their netbook App Store, Intel AppUp. The apps available on AppUp are all optimized for netbooks. AppUp is loaded with a variety of free and paid applications. While it is positioned for netbooks, the apps seem to work on any PC (but resolution might not be optimized). […]

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    Intel Unveils Radical New Design for New Core Processors

    At CES in a few weeks Intel will be releasing new Core Processors. But Intel releases newer and faster processors all the time, right? However, this upcoming release is going to especially be good news for consumers. These new Core i3, i5, and i7 processors sport an improved architecture that moves the integrated graphics onto […]

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    Intel and AMD Make Peace Not War, For Now

    Last week, Intel, the microprocessor manufacturer fell under fire for possibly violating monopoly laws and subsequently announced that it would settle with long-time rival AMD by paying them $1.25 billion dollars. The legal battle stems from Intel’s business practice of paying for consumer rebates on computer purchases in exchange for the computer company’s use of […]

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    Intel’s Legal Woes: Justice or Witch Hunt?

    It was announced mid last week that Microprocessor giant Intel was being sued by New York’s Attorney General Andrew Cuomo for violating United States antitrust laws. Intel is accused of coercing computer manufacturers such as Dell and HP into purchasing Intel microprocessor chips in exchange for payment. Rather than paying the companies directly, Intel offered […]

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    Looking Ahead to Windows 7

    This week I met with Intel and Microsoft to discuss the upcoming Windows 7 launch. I’ve been testing out the latest release candidate for sometime now, and have been very impressed. Certainly, the new UI changes are spiffy, but what has impressed me most is how fast and responsive the OS feels – more so […]

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    Exclusive Interview with Intel’s CIO, Diane Bryant

    Diane Bryant is the CIO at Intel where her career has spanned over 20 years. Diane joined Intel fresh out of U.C. Davis in 1985, after having received her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. Diane holds four U.S. patents, and some of her many contributions at Intel include her involvement in the development of Mobile […]