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You won't need a 64GB device any more with all the cloud services making up for local storage.
One of the biggest issues facing the relentless growth of modern data servers is the amount of power required just to keep them cool.
A new ARM-based microchip from Freescale Semiconductor could enable all sorts of new technologies - including powerful new sensors that could study you from within.
One-third of the GPU maker's revenue now comes from non-PC sources.
Today, AMD introduced a new quad-core FX-4130 CPU for just $112, while simultaneously cutting prices across the board on the rest of its processors.
Aimed at the enterprise, these drives add capacity that SSD doesn't usually have.
Plextor's new super speedy M5 Pro SSD is out, and with numbers like these, it will doubtless jump to the top of more than one corporate wish list. In addition to the half gigabyte per second write speeds, the new M5 Pro has some impressive features, including a US Government-approved full-drive encryption scheme.
We saw AMD show off the new lineup of workstation FirePro graphics cards earlier this summer, but the full range is only now officially available. After an extended hiatus, the new cards are no doubt welcome to professional users looking to add more pep to their parallel problem solving.
Marvell's Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC all-in-one package should have a little mercy on your utility bill.
LSI Corp. and two SSD OEM partners (Intel and Kingston) have issued a recall and replacement program due to defective encryption controllers. The good news in all of this is that the issue affects only a very small number of customers, and both companies are issuing free replacements to those affected.
So our motherboards and memory sticks are all going to be obsolete again. What do we get for this mandatory migration?
A new company, LEAP Motion, is promising to wildly expand the capabilities of hands-free computing and sensors. Promising gesture and hand recognition "~100x more accurate than any other motion sensing/natural user interface on Earth", the company isn't just going after big companies - they're also targeting end users.
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