The Laptop gaming market is certainly hot these days with both the graphics giants, AMD/ATI and Nvidia moving in with their best. AMD/ATI recently announced the release their fifth generation Graphics chips (GPUs) made on 40nm technology for the mainstream Mobile Market.
“If it [a netbook] does replace a low-end notebook then that’s good for us.” Intel CEO Paul Otellini. Surely it’s good for Intel, but does it make sense? Will Netbooks replace Notebook? Still many people think that Netbooks are a better option to go for as they are new in market and will replace laptops. […]
FSB (front-side-bus) was not enough to meet the future requirements of computing with ever increasing cores, processors, multithreaded optimizations and memory technologies. In year 2008, Intel introduced Quick-Path-Architecture to replace FSB with high bandwidth and low latency. Intel also provided point-to-point interconnects between all components and some other architectural changes to make system more efficient […]
Google has been active these days in the mobile phone market after the introduction of its Android Platform. The recent addition to this is the offline mail browsing feature which is now extended to work with iPhones. iPhone 3G and Android HTML 5 can now access this feature easily, giving users an offline browsing experience. […]
Nvidia has just released a new forceware drivers with the WHQL certification. ForceWare version 182.06 is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP and Vista and supports GeForce 6-series and up. According to the company, you should expect to see improved performance in games such as Left 4 Dead and Fallout 3 […]
Microsoft has been working hard for the development of Internet Explorer 8 and Windows 7. They’re both expected to release even before the dates announced previously. The Final Version of Windows 7 is expected to release in December 2009, whereas Internet Explorer 8 has nearly completed its development. The RTM version of Internet Explorer 8 […]
High Definition Television or HDTV is a common word these days. There are many display devices, small and large which are ‘capable’ of running High Definition content, and thus are called HDTV. We also see video content categorized as ‘HD’. But what does this really mean?
The fundamental building blocks for all computer chips are transistors. Nowadays Processors like Quad Core and Core i7 have more than 2 billion transistors. Thanks to University of Buffalo we have a cool animation that explains the steps involved in making just one pair of such transistor. The size of this pair is very small […]
The technology world is greatly shifted after Apple’s iPhone which offers great style and reliability. The problem it was suffering from was a Flash Player needed to play flash content including Flash movies and catchy banners, which is not working correctly. Apple and Adobe have, however, recently joined together to make a Flash Player which […]