Intel recently announced its plans to separate the thin and light laptop industry into four different Categories. Based on these, the products in the future will be developed. These divisions are designed to expand the computing industry, and make things unique for a specific task. Its based on Consumer Ultra Low Voltage (CULV) program.
The digital media storage is one of the greatest developments of the last century. Developing devices which can ‘store‘ data is of pivotal importance since early times. Most of us have been using Hard Drives in our Computers and Laptops since always, and its time for a change.
Tera-scale computing will be the next revolution in computing technology by intel for the next decade. In tera scale computing processors will consist of 100s of cores and are capable of performing trillions of calculations per second! Machines will become so powerful that none has imagined today. Intel is investing millions of dollar in the […]
Intel Atom has become popular in a short time. A lot of companies are making netbooks and ultra thin notebooks which people are finding extremely useful as well as cheap. That’s the reason of its sudden growth in the computer market and companies such as AMD and Nvidia have also made their counterparts for this […]
This is a guest article written by Emma Best from laptopical.com, a guide to the latest gadgets and best laptops. They also have a twitter account, so follow them here Who says innovation in desktops is dead? Lenovo’s new IdeaCentre A600 takes “all in one” to a whole new level. It’s got lots of nifty […]
Yet another advancement in the Universal Serial Bus peripheral. The new USB 3.0 specifications are complete, and the products have started to be drafted, and will soon be available for consumer market. USB 3.0 is made to be more than 10 times faster than the current USB 2.0 standard.