Boutique builder jumps on Intel’s Z97 platformIf you’re anxious to make the leap to Intel’s 9 Series platform, boutique system builder Origin PC is more than happy to oblige. In fact, Origin PC is the
Chrome’s encroachment on the desktop continues when HP releases its Chromebox in June.
This month’s column includes price adjustments, along with AMD’s AM1 platform and its corresponding APUs. From Intel, we mourn the loss of one of our price/performance favorites, the Core i5-3350P. In its place, we’re recommending the Core i5-4570.
Next generation Chromebook models boast all-day battery lifeWith Intel throwing its weight behind Google’s Chromebook platform, get ready for a barrage of announcements based on its Bay Trail-M and 4t
Amazon is still more than a month away from unveiling its first own-brand smartphone, but there isn’t much mystery that remains. BGR gave the world its first look at the unannounced handset in mid-…
We’ve already seen some innovative uses of iBeacon — for example, Major League Baseball uses it within its stadiums, while Apple uses iBeacon in its retail stores to alert customers about discounts on nearby items. But iBeacon is just getting started, and Gizmodo alerts us to one of the more interesting implementations of iBeacon from a company called Tzukuri. Tzukuri put a tiny (3 millimeter) iBeacon chip […]
There was a time, in computing’s not-so-distant past, where magnetic tape was the best way to back up large amounts of data. In the mid-90s, tape could store tens or hundreds of gigabytes, while hard drive capacities were still mostly measured in megabytes. That would soon change, of course, with the advent of writable optical […]
The X-37B is a kind of robotic space plane, built by the US. It’s been in Earth’s orbit for more than 500 days. And its real purpose is a complete mystery.
It will hold a Surface event on May 20.
When Lenovo gets into something, it really gets into it. Exhibit A: the company’s recent Chrome OS kick: it just announced two more Chromebooks, after
On Tuesday, Intel announced that the new crop of Google Chromebooks arriving this summer will be built with something called “conflict-free” chips.