Intel has no shortage of announcements at this week’s CES, having already brought forth an all-new line of Atom-based processors. While that particular announcement only really applied to tablets, the company has gone further with the introduction of its Lexington platform.
The new development platform is aimed to provide a solid foundation for smartphones in emerging markets.
Intel today announced that Intel® Media SDK 2013 for Servers now supports both Linux and Windows server operating systems. The SDK helps enable servers to deliver up to 12x the amount of simultaneous HD video streams over traditional software-only solutions.
Intel is trying their hardest to break into the smartphone market lately, though not the American market. Next up for the chip maker is the Acer Liquid C1 that’s planning to be launched in Thailand first, then launch in other nearby markets, hopefully within three months according to a certain senior Intel executive.
My home PC is pretty old (1.8 Ghz P4 processor, 40GB HDD and 128MB ram). I want to reassemble my PC, but I cant invest lot of money into it. From what I see the major components I need are MotherBoard, Processor, RAM and HDD.
I think I have changed my mind that LTE isn't any big deal anymore in day to day use. So far as not having it on a new GSM phone goes anyway. I have shunned say the L9 for not having LTE but I'm wondering now if that really matters in real use.
Intel is preparing to launch Africa’s first Android device powered by an Intel chip, to be called the Intel Yolo. It will run on their latest Lexington platform, and boasts a 1.2 GHz Atom processor, complete with Intel’s signature hyper-threading technology.
Last year saw Intel’s “Core” processors go mainstream, 2011 now sees the second generation of Core processors arriving with cool new features, from ever faster performance, better built-in HD and 3D graphics, quicker video transcoding capabilities and support for wireless transmission of video to HDTVs.
Intel quietly unveiled three new entries in its & Sandy Bridge& line of Core processors, each with a TDP of just 17 Watts. They're the 1.8GHz Core i7-2677M, the 1.7GHz Core i7-2637M, and the 1.7GHz Core i5-2557M, according to the company....