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Friday, June 29, 2012
Hewlett-Packard Postpones ARM-Based Microsoft Windows RT Media Tablet.
HP Holds Release of Windows RT Tablet in the Light of Microsoft Surface
Adobe Ceases to Support Flash in Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" Operating System
RunCore Develops Rugged, Miniature Single-Chip SSDs for Embedded Applications
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Qualcomm Would Not Rule Out Building Its Own Semiconductor Fab.
Qualcomm Weighs Spending Big Cash to Ensure Stable Chip Supply
Google Works Hard on Android Tablet Breakthrough, But Analysts Remain Skeptical
Toshiba Sees Potential of Hybrid Hard Drives for Consumers, Not Enterprises
Price for Failed DRAM Maker Elpida Set: ¥200 Billion
DRAM Pricing Stabilizes Due to Elpida Bankruptcy
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Microsoft Expects Tablets to Outsell Desktops Next Year, Touch Input to Challenge Traditional Pointing Devices.
Microsoft Projects Touch to Become Dominant Interface for PCs
Another Three Technology Leaders to Work on HMC Memory Tech
LSI Introduces MegaRAID 6Gb/s Controllers for New Generation PCIe 3.0 Server Platforms
MyDP Standard Brings New Output Capabilities to Smartphones, Tablets
Google Launches High-Performance, Low-Cost 7” Tablet
Global Tablet Usage for Viewing TV and Video Content Doubles Year-over-Year
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Samsung Semiconductor Calls for New Foundry Business Model.
Samsung Predicts Closer Collaboration Between Chip Designers and Foundries
SK Hynix Enters Consumer SSD Market
Apple Wins Injunction Against Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
New Microsoft Windows 8 May Be The New Windows 95
Intel and Schneider Electric to Precisely Measure Data Center Power Consumption
Falcon Northwest Packs Quad-Core CPU, GeForce GTX 680 Graphics Card into Micro-Tower
Monday, June 25, 2012
Microsoft Denies Plans to Make Its Own Windows Phone 8 Smartphones.
Microsoft Does Not See Itself in Smartphone Business
Seagate to Design SSDs with 10nm-Class TLC, MLC NAND Flash Memory
JEDEC's UFS v1.1 Boosts NAND Flash Performance
Sony and Panasonic Join Forces to Make OLED Panels More Affordable
Microsoft to Strengthen Enterprise, Social Efforts with Acquisition of Yammer
Friday, June 22, 2012
AMD Hires Network Specialist to Lead Server Efforts.
AMD Reinforces Server Brigade with New Head
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Acer Doubts Microsoft's Surface Tablets Will Become Viable Competitors for Apple iPad.
Acer Dismisses Microsoft's Chances to Successfully Replicate Apple's Integrated Strategy
Panasonic and Sony to Announce Joint Plans for OLED TVs Next Week
Nintendo to Begin Selling 3DS LL, XL Game Console with Enlarged Screen This Summer
Microsoft Xbox Plans Till 2015 Detailed
Following Surface Tablets, Microsoft May Adopt Integrated Hardware-Software Model for Smartphones
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Calxeda's ARM-Based Web Server Fifteen Times More Energy Efficient than Intel-Powered - Company.
Calxeda: ARM-Based Server Shows 15X Better Power Efficiency Than Intel Xeon-Based
Legendary Game Developer Not Impressed by Continuously Improving Graphics
Intel Reveals Atom "Avoton" for Micro-Servers Due Next Year
AMD Kicks Off "More Cores, More Cash Back" Campaign in Europe
Microsoft Unwraps Windows Phone 8 Operating System for Smartphones
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Nvidia: We Are Fully Committed to Support Linux.
Nvidia Denies Low Attention to Linux Drivers
HP Unveils First Gemini Servers with Intel Atom "Centerton" Inside
Intel Creates 118TFLOPS Development Cluster Powered by Xeon Phi "Knights Corner"
SK Hynix to Buy Link A Media, Designer of Controllers
LG to Concentrate on Smartphones as Competition on Tablets Market Heats Up
Spansion Unveils Acoustic Coprocessor for Voice-Recognition Apps
Microsoft Will Need Hardware and Channel Partners to Make Surface a Success
Monday, June 18, 2012
Inventor of Linux Calls Nvidia Worst Company Ever.
Linus Torvalds Blasts Nvidia for Poor Linux Support
IBM and LRZ Announce 3PFLOPS Supercomputer with Water Cooling
Microsoft Debuts Own-Brand Windows Tablets
Intel Bus 3G, LTE and 802.11 Patents from InterDigital
Friday, June 15, 2012
AMD Preps New Revision of Tahiti Chip for Improved Radeon HD 7970.
AMD's Tahiti XT2 GPU to Feature Higher Frequency, Lower Voltage
Toshiba Unveils Many-Core SoC for Embedded Apps
Thursday, June 14, 2012
AMD Shows Off FirePro W9000: Workstation Graphics Card with 4TFLOPS of Performance.
AMD to Launch Next-Gen High-End Professional FirePro W9000 Graphics Card at Siggraph
Nokia Cuts Projects, Workforce, In a Bid to Offer Lumia for Wider Market Segments
WD Enters Wireless Home Networking Market
EQT VI Acquires Vertu Luxury Handset Maker from Nokia
Pricing of Microsoft Windows 8 RT May Undermine Success of Tablets on Its Base
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Mainboard Makers Point to Desktop AMD A-Series "Trinity" Delay to Fall.
AMD Publishes Specs of A-Series "Trinity" APU for Desktops amid Product Launch Delay
Demand for Via APC Exceeded Size of First Batch
Sony to Bundle Free PS3, PS Vita with Select Vaio PCs
Nintendo Has No Plans for Upgraded 3DS, Works on Next-Generation Portable
AMD to Integrate ARM's TrustZone Technology into Future Products
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Apple Quietly Discontinues MacBook Pro 17".
Apple Ditches 17" Laptop for Professionals
Seagate's New HDDs Back Up Content from Local PC, Facebook, Flickr
SK Hynix and IBM to Jointly Develop PCRAM-Based Products
Micron Unveils 2Gb, 4Gb DDR3 Chips Officially Rated to Run at 2133MHz
System-on-Chip Companies Form Heterogeneous Computing Industrial Alliance
LSI Acknowledges Issues with AES-256 Encryption by SandForce SF-2000 Controllers
Monday, June 11, 2012
Apple Reveals Its First MacBook Pro with Retina Display.
Apple Radically Improves MacBook Pro with New 2880*1800 Display, Thin Design, New Processors
Lenovo Simplifies WWAN Internet Connectivity for ThinkPad Customers
AMD to Put More Attention to Embedded Products Business
Apple to Update iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch with iOS 6
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Samsung Appoints New Chief Exec to Gain Consumer Electronics Market Share.
Samsung's Oh-Hyun Kwon Becomes CEO
Friday, June 8, 2012
Apple to Reveal "Most Advanced Mobile Operating System" Next Week.
Apple to Disclose Details About iOS 6 at WWDC 2012
Sony Unveils Cross-Platform Cloud Features for Its Consoles
Samsung Invests $1.9 Billion into 300mm Plant to Produce 14nm, 20nm Chips
Chaintech Goes Back to the Roots: Demos New Line of Mainboards
Sony: PlayStation Has Never Been the First or the Cheapest
Thursday, June 7, 2012
ARM Expects First Chips Made Using 20nm Process Late Next Year.
ARM Forecasts First Devices Powered by 20nm Chips to Emerge by Late 2013
3M and Nanosys to Dramatically Improve Colors on Consumer Electronic Displays
Rory Read: 20% of Tablets Will be Windows-Based in 2017
John Carmack: Next-Gen Consoles Should Last a Long Time, But May Become "Audiophile Niche"
Samsung Downgrades Specification of U.S. Galaxy S III in a Bid to Enable 4G/LTE
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Prices of Hard Drives to Return to Pre-Flood Levels Only in 2014 - Analysts.
Average Prices of HDDs to Remain on $60+ Levels for Years Due to Consolidation of HDD Makers
PlayStation 4 "Orbis" and Xbox Next Due in Late 2013, New Report Claims
SanDisk Announces Enterprise-Class PCIe Solid-State Accelerator
Samsung's New Smart TVs to Get Streaming Game Services This Year
DRAM Chips with Ultra Wide Memory Bus May Find Their Way to PCs, Servers
G.Skill Unwraps 96GB DDR3 Memory Module Kit, 3GHz DDR3 Modules
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Corsair Installs LAMD Controller on New Neutron SSDs.
Corsair Uses New Controllers for Neutron Solid-State Drives
Intel Sees Massive Amount of Tablet Design Wins with "Clover Trail" SoC
AMD Formally Unveils Brazos 2.0 Platform for Low-Cost PCs
Nvidia Unveils Highest-Performing Mobile GPU to Date
Intel Promises Numerous Ultrabooks with Touch-Screens by Year End
Monday, June 4, 2012
AMD Boosts Performance of Multi-Core AMD Opteron Processors.
AMD Increases Clock-Speed of Opteron "Bulldozer" Chips
Microsoft Unveils Xbox SmartGlass
Gigabyte Ultra Durable 5 Mainboards to Feature High-Current Power ICs, 2X Copper PCB Design
SanDisk Begins to Roll Out 19nm NAND Flash Products
New USM Storage Devices to Be 9mm Thick
Sunday, June 3, 2012
Mission Perhaps Possible: Rugged Notebooks Made of Plastic.
Intel Calls for Rugged Plastic Notebooks
Friday, June 1, 2012
AMD Drops Monthly Driver Update Practice After Ten Years.
New AMD Catalyst Drivers Will Be Out "When It Makes Sense"
ECS Unleashes Industry's First FM2 Mainboard for A-Series Fusion "Trinity" Chips