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Samsung updates its 15-inch ATIV Book 9 Ultrabook...
Series 9 wasn't getting any updates. In fact, you can still buy it today, but with last year's Ivy Bridge chip and a 1,600 x 900 screen that doesn't support touch. Great deal, right? Finally,...
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Intel's Haswell coming to Xeon E5 chips this quar...
... code-named Grantley, will succeed former chips code-named Romley, which are based on the Ivy Bridge microarchitecture. Lenovo has already announced plans to launch a new line of servers...
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Moore's Law: The rule that really matters in tech
In 1964, there were about 30 transistors on a chip measuring about 4 square millimeters. Intel's "Ivy Bridge" quad-core chips, the third-generation Core i7 found found in the newest Mac and Windows...
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Intel Skylake leak predicts DDR4 support, configu...
... this trend, but Intel’s decision to include a smaller version of its EDRAM cache on more processors also jives with what we’ve heard about Broadwell. Other features, time frames, DDR4 The...
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EPCC smash LINPACK record with Boston-powered liq...
... Boston. The system consisted of four 1U Supermicro servers, each comprising two Intel Xeon ‘Ivy Bridge' processors and two NVIDIA K40 Tesla GPUs, Mellanox FDR IB as well as a FDR Mellanox...
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