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Galaxy SIII Rumors, Transformer GPS Dongle, IDF Beijing Ultrabook Round Up & Gartner Shocks Again [Video]

 
Sascha & I decided to give something new a try, we thought that we’d put together a news round up from what happened over the weekend and some of the highlights from last weeks new in case you missed it. If our first attempt…

Lego Augemented Reality Shown at Intel’s IDF Beijing 2012

Augmented Reality is a technology that I really can’t get enough of, combine that with Lego and I think that we’ve got a winner! Sadly the demo shown at IDF wasn’t as cool as the Lego dragon that breaths fire or the Sesame Street AR…

Haier Ultrabook Used to Play Fruit Ninja via motion sensor

Want to play fruit ninja and get a great work out at the same time? Haier may just have exactly what you’re looking for with a Sandy Bridge laptop with the integrated motion sensing module that uses the camera to detect movement. The results are…

Intel SSD Featuring Thunberbolt Demo at IDF 2011

Apple released Thunderbolt… on their Macbooks with the PC world wishing that USB 3.0 was just as cool. It seems that you’ll be able to choose between the high transfer speeds of Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 on your PC. What we got to check out

Opera Browser: First Android X86 NDK App Demo

Google and Intel have announced they will be working to optimise the open source Android operating system for Intel’s Atom processors. To date, Google has supported ARM processors, and although there have been unofficial ports of Android to x86-based processors, this is the first time…

Cedar Trail and Windows 8 Make Hybrid Computers Timely

Cedar Trail, the next-generation Intel Atom processor, was talked up quite a bit here at IDF 2011. What I thought was interesting was the new “hybrid computer” product category that Intel talked about in one of their sessions for Cedar Trail.
They positioned the hybrid…

Samsung Series 7 Windows 7 Tablet Hands On [video]

Live from the IDF 2011 show floor, we have a hands-on video for the Samsung Series 7 slate running Windows 7. This tablet is very similar to the Windows 8 developer preview tablets that BUILD attendees received.

The Slate… has an Intel Core i5 2467M

Intel Next Generation Processor Haswell Demo at IDF 2011

Haswell microarchitecture uses the same 22nm process CPUs as Ivy Bridge. It would reduce the power consumption in Ultrabooks by 20x as compared to current designs thus providing ten days of connected standby by 2013.
Two chips are meant to accelerate the evolution of the…

Mooley Eden on Ultrabooks Day 2 Keynote IDF 2011

IDF 2011 Day 1 Keynote was given by Mooley Eden and focused on Ultrabooks. The up and coming form factor is reputed to be thin and light with good performance and responsiveness sporting a long battery life with solid security at an affordable price.

The…

IDT’s Power Saving Panel Self-Refresh Technology at IDF 2011

At IDF 2011 in San Francisco Intel demonstrated new display technology,  the world’s first Embedded DisplayPort (eDP) 1.3-compliant Timing Controller with integrated PSR technology.  The eDP 1.3 with Panel Self-Refresh, that it claims can increase battery life by 45 minutes to one hour.

It does…

Netbook Nation: IDF Beijing 2011 Round Up

If you want the inside scoop on what went on at IDF Beijing 2011 you’ve come to the right place. Netbook News was the only English speaking blog at the Chinese conference. So what went on? We’ll we’ve got a video showing you our favorite…

Intel announces Cloverview – next-gen tablet platform

Intel’s latest-gen tablet focused Oak Trail just got announced yesterday but somewhere during the presentation, they let slip what’s coming after Oak Trail – Cloverview. The upcoming Oak Trail platform is based on a 45nm manufacturing process and has a TDP of about 3W. Cloverview…

Intel goes official with Cedar Trail next generation Atom platform (video)

Along with Oak Trail, Intel has gone official with Cedar Trail – the newest generation of Atom processor aimed at the netbook and bottom end desktop segments. Here’s Intel’s presentation over at IDF Beijing. All we’ve got is a demo (below) showing off the platform’s…

IDF Beijing 2011 to Show Off New Generation Netbook Platform

IDF Beijing is around the corner starting on April 12th and we’ll be there to cover all the action! The session details of the conference have revealed that the new generation of the Atom processor is going to be unveiled. Its going to be a…

IDF 2010 Netbook News Industry Insight & Predictions

While at IDF 2010 Nicole Scott & Sascha Pallenberg sat down and talked about the first day of IDF 2010. They talk about recent netbook hardware developments around the N550 in the ACER D255 as well as the multiple software stories found around the show…