Kitty and Lala are Chinese wedding photographers and bloggers who are introducing a playful, modern angle into fuddy-duddy Chinese wedding photos. They're also part of Intel's global campaign to promote its new-gen Core 2 CPUs. The pairing makes sense on a number of levels—but will it resonate with American audiences?
ARM only just revealed its Coretex A9 chips, it seems—dual-core madness that'll make next-year's smartphones and tablet PCs serious competitors to laptops. And now here's the A15. With four cores. And speeds up to 2.5GHz.
The computer server industry may not sound like a hotbed for innovation to you, but SeaMicro thinks differently. It's just rocked the server world with a super-computer-like product that's smaller and more power-efficient than any rival's.
The Smart Grid's eco- and money-saving powers may be a bit of a media-darling topic at the moment, but did you ever ponder what tech makes this all work? ARM is leading the game. Which may mean Apple could play too. Here's why.
Intel's just reported its fourth quarter earnings for 2009, and they are impressive—with a headline $10.6 billion in revenue. It seems Intel's profited from fab investments, and the netbook boom. Oh, and suppressing the competition.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is the future of mobile computing: The Smartbook. In the same way that a netbook filled a previously unknown need by being something between a laptop and a smartphone, a Smartbook device is halfway between a smartphone and a netbook. And actually, better than either.
We may have proclaimed the netbook a phenomenon that was over and done, but Intel has just revealed its next-gen Pine Trail chips, and it looks like they might inject some new interest into the mini portable computers.