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Intel Coffee Lake new 8th Gen Core Chips are now official

  • 28/09/2017 at 00:21 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • News

Intel 8th Gen ProcessorsIntel has launched its 8th generation Core desktop chips, with six new Core chips announced. The Intel Core i7-8700K is the pick of the bunch, with Intel claiming it is the best gaming chip ever. Other chips announced were the i3-8100, i3-8350K, i5-8400, i5-8600K and the i7-8700. These chips are part of the Coffee Lake series.

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Meet Intel’s first commercial Drone: Falcon 8+

  • 14/10/2016 at 01:01 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

Intel Falcon 8 DroneIntel is aiming to hit great heights with the Falcon 8+ drone system. Announced by Josh Walden, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s New Technology Group, this drone is for commercial use; built for industrial inspection and surveying. The Falcon 8+ drone is a system made up of the AscTec drone, the Intel Cockpit and Intel Powerpack.

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The end of Moore’s Law – A History and what comes next

  • 16/02/2016 at 01:50 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

Moores Law Transistors Per Area 2015There’s a change happening in the semiconductor industry, with Moore’s law no longer being the guiding ideology. Could this mean the end of Moore’s Law? Let’s find out together.

Moore’s law started in the 1960s by Gordon Moore and kick-started the information-technology revolution that has grown ever since. Semiconductors make digital devices work, without them computers, smartphones and devices in the Internet of Things wouldn’t be possible.

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Qualcomm, SNC and Intel among list of companies protesting Tier II internet

  • 12/12/2014 at 20:26 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • News

Tech EyeRecently net neutrality supporters, backed by President Barack Obama, came out in favor of reclassifying broadband internet as a public utility under the Telecommunications Act. Cable and wireless companies have been avid in their opposition to this solution, but other industries have been rather silent on the issue. Now, tech companies including Qualcomm, SNC, IBM and Intel have spoken against the measure.

A joint letter was sent to Congress this week, signed by 60 influential brands in the tech world. It stated that they were all opposed to the idea of creating a Tier II classification for internet service, claiming it would impede the growth of the web’s economy, and stop companies from investing in broadband.

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Intel and Open Ceremony collaborate on MICA, a new kind of wearable technology aimed at fashion

  • 18/11/2014 at 16:52 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gadgets

Inte Open Ceremony MicaIntel has announced the end product of an interest collaboration with Open Ceremony, to create a wearable communication device that doubles as a fashion accessory. It is MICA, and it is debuting this week.

If Apple was aimed at people wanting an all-inclusive smartwatch, and FitBit is aimed at people who are obsessed with fitness, MICA is for people obsessed with fashion.

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Microsoft Surface Pro 3 is the perfect bridge between a tablet and a laptop

Microsoft Surface Pro 3Today, during a press event which took place in New York City, Microsoft had announced the 12-inch Surface Pro 3 tablet. Although there were just 7 months since the Surface Pro 2 announcement, Surface Pro 3 is an good update that will make the Surface brand tackle yet another segment: laptops.

At first, Surface Pro 3 is a bigger tablet with a 12-inch screen and a 3:2 aspect ratio HD display. The good news is that the bezels were also reduced so that now the new tablet looks a bit like the iPad Air. It looks like the displays had also been improved and now has a 2160 x 1440 resolution(Surface Pro 2 was 1080p). Microsoft says that this new display is 38% bigger than Surface Pro 2, with 50% more pixels and that “every screen is color calibrated at the factory, so you’ll see accurate, brilliant colors, great white points, and great contrast on every device”.

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Intel acquires gesture computer company Omek for $40 Million

  • 16/07/2013 at 19:39 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

Intel and OmekIt has been announced that processor giant Intel has finalized negotiations with Israeli company Omek International and acquired their gesture computing technology. The price tag? A cool $40 million, making it an expensive and surprising takeover.

During a time when most brands are focusing on touch screen technology and making it faster and more intuitive, Intel has taken a step in a totally different direction. Omek specializes in gesture compatibility for high powered devices.

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