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Knight's Corner is now Xeon Phi
The Intel project code-named Larrabee was intended to produce a discrete graphics processor to compete with chips from Nvidia and AMD. When that...
Intel introduces 910 Series PCIe SSD
Intel is no stranger to the world of enterprise-grade SSDs. Its first offering for that market, the X25-E, was released way back in the...
Developers receive Windows 8 tablets; Windows 8 DP build coming
As the Intel Developer Forum chugs along in San Francisco, Microsoft is hosting the Build developer conference in Anaheim, a few hundred miles south. The...
Toshiba preps touch-screen Win7 notebooks
With Windows 7 just over a week away from release, Toshiba is sparing no opportunity to tease its future notebooks based on the operating system....
New HP home server is cheap, Atom-powered
The Atom has found a natural niche in netbooks and low-cost desktop PCs, but that's not its only vocation. HP happens to think Intel's low-power...
|Razer Blackwidow Lite promises quiet looks and quiet typing||24|
|Nvidia grew Q3 revenue and profits as inventory clouds gather||32|
|Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day Shortbread||17|
|Thursday deals: a GeForce GTX 1070 Ti for $359.99 and more||12|
|AMD's Radeon RX 590 graphics card reviewed||108|
|In the lab: Asus' Prime X299-Deluxe II mobo and ROG Strix RTX 2070||9|
|MacBook Pros with Vega graphics options go up for sale||33|
|GeForce 416.94 drivers flip RTX on for Battlefield V||32|
|Nvidia Quadro RTX 4000 slips into a single slot for workstations||7|
|The financing world basically expects every sector they are into grow indefinitely and at eye popping rates. At some point it'll slow down, and even g...||+12|