Dell Announces New XPS, Inspiron Notebooks

From DailyTech: Last week at the Consumer Electronics Show 2009 in Las Vegas, Dell kicked things off with the announcement of a new luxury brand, Adamo, and a new desktop the XPS 625, with performance fueled by AMD's Dragon platform. It also announced a number of key notebooks to...

Microsoft: Blu-Ray Support Is Not a Requested Feature

From X-bit Labs: The current situation of the economy around the globe requests makers of popular devices to build-in more functionality into their products to stay competitive, however, this does not seem to be true for Microsoft Xbox 360 and Blu-ray format.

Even though our market...

Instant-on PCs set to take off with netbooks

From InfoWorld: Many of us spend too much time watching the Windows boot screen, but that could change as companies introduce small laptops that boot in a few seconds.

Quick-boot capabilities have lingered on the horizon for years, but could finally take off in small form-factor PCs...

No New Xbox Because "Faster" and "Prettier" Doesn't Cut It

From PC World: Don't look for Microsoft's Xbox "Next" anytime soon, says company President Robbie Bach. According to Bloomberg, Bach says Microsoft's planning to sticky by the Xbox 360 longer than the original Xbox because "it's getting harder to persuade consumers to upgrade."

What...

Intel to bring out chip for lower-cost thin laptops

From CNET News.com: Intel will bring out a new Core-architecture processor for lower-cost ultra-thin laptops later this year, according to Intel sources at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The processors will distinguish themselves by targeting a price segment below...

AMD Looks to Burn Intel With Competitively Priced Dragon Platform

From DailyTech: On Thursday, AMD released its new Phenom II processors. As DailyTech predicted the day before, the new processors came in a Phenom II X4 920 and an X4 940 quad core variant. The X4 940, dubbed the "Black Edition", is clocked at 3.0 GHz, while X4 920 is clocked at 2...

APH Networks Reviews: Thecus N4100PRO Network Attached Storage

Happy, happy new year! It seems that 2008 has gone by so fast, when I was entering the information of this article earlier today, I simply typed "2008" without much attention. Note to self: It's 2009. Now that everything seems to have gotten back to normal -- back to work, or back to...

Play Crysis on Your Cellphone; Thank AMD

From Tom's Hardware: What kind of supercomputer can pre-render HD content, temporarily store it in a virtual cloud, and then stream it across the Internet to numerous portable devices? Why, AMD's upcoming Fusion Render Cloud, of course!

Sounds too good to be true? You bet it does...

Intel Demos Industry Support for Its Media Processor for TVs

From X-bit Labs: At the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show Intel Corp. showed broad industry support that brings a variety of rich Internet applications to the TV through new connected consumer electronics (CE) devices running on the Intel Media Processor CE 3100. The new Intel...

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