Monthly Archives: July 2011

Ultrabooks Uncovered | Technology@Intel

The world of computing is in the midst of a sea change. Some might call it a “strategic inflection point.” You can see it all around, especially in the massive growth of device types — smartphones, tablets, hybrid devices, e-readers, netbooks, Chromebooks. It’s a time of great creative ferment. We at Intel love this. The…
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DailyTech – VIA, WTI Sell Stakes in S3 Graphics to HTC

Apple might be in HTC’s cross hairs The GPU will become increasingly important as mobile phone firms seek to squeeze more and more performance out of smartphones for gaming and streaming of video. VIA has announced today that it has sold its stake in S3 Graphics to HTC. HTC is well known in the Android…
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DailyTech – Google Introduces Possible Facebook Rival: “Google+”

Google+ is available on the Android Market and the mobile web starting today, and will be available on the App Store soon Since Facebook’s launch in 2004, it has established itself as an unrivaled social networking superpower. No one has been able to match its broad audience and number of features, but now, Google will give it…
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