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Motorola RAZR i: What Does Mean For The Future Of Motorola?

Motorola’s newly launched RAZR i is the first flagship handset to be released by the company since it was bought out by search engine giant Google. As well as being a genuinely good smartphone the handset is sporting a processor from Intel, and that makes it a flagship phone for Intel, too. But what does the future hold for the company? Will it remain an independent handset maker at arms length of Google? Or will it eventually be turned into Google’s own handset maker? We try and find out.

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Intel Ultrabook: Even My New Laptop Seems Prehistoric

I only bought my current laptop a few months ago and was rather proud of my purchase. A brand spanking shiny new laptop boasting an array of modern features certainly made my gadget geek friends green with envy. However when Intel introduced their Ultrabook, my bubble was about to burst. Here I was thinking that […]

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Microsoft Unveils Its iPad Killer Tablet Surface

At an invite-only press conference in Los Angeles last night Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled the software giant’s answer to the iPad – called Surface – the two new Windows-based tablets are set to be released this Autumn.

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Delve Into the Past with Intel’s Project Monument

If you could make a shrine to your childhood what objects would you place up on a pedestal? Intel are getting us all nostalgic this summer with their new ‘Project Monument.’ The project lets users delve into the past exploring the objects which shaped generations. Pokémon, ed Gameboys, symptoms tamagotchi and Nokia ‘bricks’ where some […]

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AMD to Challenge Intel with its Own Windows 8 Tablet

AMD to Challenge Intel with its Own Windows 8 Tablet

We have heard rumors about Intel planning to launch Windows 8 tablets, drugs but its competitor AMD is not far behind either. According to the company’s new chief executive officer Rory Read, ambulance AMD is all set to make its mark. Talking with industry analysts, he said, “We have a huge opportunity in front of […]

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Thunderbolt to Arrive on Asus and Acer Ultrabooks in 2012

Thunderbolt to Arrive on Asus and Acer Ultrabooks in 2012

Windows laptops are now planning to take a leaf out of Apple’s book. Major laptop manufacturers including Acer, doctor Lenovo and Asustek are now planning to include Thunderbolt port to their upcoming ultrabooks. These ultrabooks are expected to be introduced in the second quarter of 2012 and these machines will run on Intel’s Ivy Bridge […]

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Samsung Makes Bada go Open-Source Way

Samsung Makes Bada go Open-Source Way

Samsung has emerged as one of the leading players in Android segment, stuff but the Korean company also has its own home grown mobile operating system, Bada. According to the latest report, Samsung is now planning to make Bada operating system a part of Tizen Project. During Consumer electronics Show, Tae Jin Kang, Senior VP […]

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Intel, Lenovo and Motorola Join Hands to Conquer Smartphone Market

Intel, Lenovo and Motorola Join Hands to Conquer Smartphone Market

Intel, search despite its best intentions, impotent has not been able to snag smartphone or tablet market. Similarly, Lenovo and Motorola have failed to make it big in burgeoning market.  But now these three companies have decided to pool their resources for capturing a piece of smartphone pie. The announcement has been made at ongoing […]

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