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Intel Demos 3D XPoint at IDF Shenzhen

First unveiled mid last year, 3D XPoint has been hailed as the next step for memory. Created in cooperation between Intel and Micron, the new memory technology is expected to serve as both a DRAM and…

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Intel Projects 100TB+ SSDs by 2019

Intel IDF 2015 is the gift that just keeps on giving. We’re still going through all the information Intel released during the event and now we have a prediction on the future of SSDs. As many…

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Intel Prepping 5×5 Mini PC with LGA Socket

Users have long been chiming for a smaller form factor smaller than the current mini-ITX. Intel does have the NUC (Next Unit of Computing) and other vendors have their solutions. Most of these are quite limited…

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Intel Skylake μArch Analysis from IDF 2015

Despite launching the i7 6700K and i5 6600K based off the Skylake μArch earlier this month, Intel has kept the wraps on the μArch till IDF [Intel Developer Forum] 2015 today. We finally know what improvement and tweaks…

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Rumors Suggest AMD Zen Instruction Set Parity with Haswell/Broadwell

While AMD has released some details about Zen at their Financial Analyst Day earlier this year, details have still been a bit scant. What we already know is that Zen will have a 40% IPC increase…

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More Reports Point to Intel i7-6700K Arrival in Q3 2015

Earlier we brought you a report on Intel’s planned launch for unlocked Skylake at Gamescom in August. Now another source is pointing to a Q3 2015 launch as well, making it seem very likely that the…

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Intel Revealed new Tiny Long-Range RealSense Camera for Smartphones

Intel’s RealSense camera has found its way on PCs, Laptops, tablets and even drones. The company’s technology uses the power of gestures and 3D scanning to improve user interactions. Smartphones have been a bit tricky to…

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G.SKILL Demo Extreme DDR4 at IDF 2014

G.SKILL are one of the leading names in the industry for high performance memory products; something the company has been keen to demonstrate at this years IDF exhibition, where they are pushing the limits of two extremely high-end…

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First Intel Core M-5Y70 Benchmarks Surfaced

Intel has generously allowed the brand new Core M-5Y70 to be benchmarked during the 14th annual Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco. Intel brought the new 14 nm SoC chip along in a 12.5 inch…

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Israeli Defense Force Recently Hacked By The Syrian Electronic Army

The official Israeli Defense Force (IDF) Twitter account was recently hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA), saying there was a possible nuclear leak. It’s a clever tactic to try to embarrass the IDF, but this…

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Intel Will Demo “SSD Overclocking” At IDF 2013

According to a report by X-Bit Labs it could soon be possible to overclock your SSD. Apparently Intel will reveal such a technology at their IDF 2013 event. Of course you do not “overclock” the SSD…

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Rumour: Intel To Fire Entire PR Team

A report coming from TechEye.net suggests that Intel will fire its entire PR team. Their source is apparently an insider at Intel who TechEye call an impeccable source. Their new CEO Brian Krzanich is apparently taking the move…

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Intel Haswell To Allow For Base Clock Overclocking On Non-K Models

Ever since Sandy Bridge came to market Intel’s processors had been limited in overclocking terms, for overclockers the only way to achieve an overclock was via multiplier changes and a default base clock speed of 100MHz.…

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Hon Hai Electronics’ Sees 19% Profit Decline Due To Weak iPhone Demand

Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. saw a disappointing and unexpected decline for the Apple’s iPhone in the first quarter of 2013. The reports show that there’s a 19% decline of iPhone sales in comparison with Q1…