News Archive

January, 2013
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Monday, January 7, 2013

Intel Reveals Media Tablet Plans: Bay Trail-Based Slates Due in Late 2013. intel  atom  bay trail  valleyview  22nm
[1:58 pm]

Intel Confirms Quad-Core Atom Chips for Tablets Due in Late 2013

Belkin Brings Internet Connectivity to Everyday Devices. Belkin  WeMo  JCS
[1:46 pm]

Belkin Announces WeMo Smart Program

AMD Reveals Client APUs for 2013: Richland, Kabini, Temash and Kaveri. AMD  Kaveri  Kabini  Richland  Temash  Fusion  28nm  32nm  40nm  Trinity
[1:23 pm]

AMD Demonstrates Working Kabini and Temash APUs, Begins to Ship Richland Chips

Seagate Showcases Solid-State Hybrid Drives for Desktops and Laptops. Seagate  SSD  HDD  SSHD  NAND  Flash
[12:37 pm]

Seagate Exhibits 5mm HDD, Solid-State Hybrid Drives at CES 2013

Intel Unveils New Low-Power Atom “Lexington” Platform for Affordable Smartphones. Intel  Lexington  Clover Trail+  Atom  32nm
[4:18 am]

Intel Reveals Smartphone Products and Plans at Consumer Electronics Show

Nvidia Unleashes Shield Portable Game Console for Android and PC Games. Nvidia  Tegra  Shield  Android  Google  Grid  GeForce
[3:16 am]

Nvidia’s Shield Brings Android and PC Games to One Portable Console

New Version of SuperSpeed USB to Support 10Gb/s Data Rate. USB  Intel  Microsoft  HP  Hewlett-Packard
[1:20 am]

USB 3.0 to Gain 10Gb/s Speed, Set to Compete Against Thunderbolt


Sunday, January 6, 2013

Western Digital’s HGST Subsidiary Rolls-Out World’s First 1TB Mobile Hard Drive with 7200rpm Spindle Speed. Western Digital  WD  HDD  HGST  Hitachi GST
[11:12 pm]

HGST Introduces Travelstar Hard Drive with 1TB Capacity, 7200rpm Spindle Speed

OCZ Technology Demos Vector-Series Solid-State Drive with PCI Express Interface. OCZ  SSD  Vector  Indilinx  Barefoot  NAND  Flash
[10:27 pm]

OCZ Shows Off Vector SSDs with PCI Express Interface at CES 2013

Nvidia Introduces Tegra 4 Application Processor for Tablets and Smartphones. Nvidia  Tegra  Wayne  4G/LTE  Geforce  ARM  Cortex
[7:14 pm]

Nvidia Speeds Up Mobile Computing with New System-on-Chip