Various tech informations along with tittle-tattle news have been started to arrive on the scene as a welcome sign of the annual Consumer Electronics Show, approaching shortly. Among the recently found rumors the most interesting one has been come from LG. At the CES scheduled from 10th – 14th January at the Vegas Convention Center Read more
Archive : Intel
Intel’s Netbook Special Processors Coming Soon
Chip manufacturing company Intel is reported to set in motion the shipping of their forthcoming low-power Atom processors especially designed for netbooks. In last September Intel introduced two low power chips for desktops. But the forthcoming Atom N2600 and N2800 processors, the new members of Cedar Trail family, are believed to be able to replace Read more
Apple’s Planning On AMD Failed
There was news in the tech market that Apple was working on designing a MacBook Air with an AMD Fusion APU. Sources of SemiAccurate suggest that Cupertino cancelled the plan for some unknown reason although it is confirmed news that they had an active prototype.
Ultrabooks’ Shipment Expected To Hit 43% By 2015
IHS iSuppli the market research firm has most recently predicted that Ultrabook will occupy the 43 per cent of notebook sale market by the year 2015. You may reasonably find it surprising, because Ultrabook has entered the market a very little time ago.
AMD reduced its work force
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. tries to minimize its expenses by firing nearly 1,400 workers because of a weak computer market and manufacturing delays. The said problem has hurt the world’s second-biggest maker of microprocessors for PCs.
The layoffs announced Thursday amount to around 12 percent of the company’s 12,000 workers and were among the first significant move by AMD’s new CEO, Rory Read, who got hired from Lenovo Group in August. The cuts are going to unfold over the following five months.