A leaked Intel roadmap shows that Intel would be launching its 22nm Haswell based Processors in first half of 2013. Intel is already gearing up for the launch if its 3rd Generation Core Processor Family based on the 22nm platform codenamed Ivy Bridge in April 2012, A successor to that unveiling next year sounds great.
Nokia may have killed any hopes for future devices running Meego after N9, however that doesn’t mean the company will stop supporting its (expensive) smartphone. PR 1.1 update has already been released into the wild back in November/December and PR 1.2 update is about to be made public (see here). PR 1.2 is the first major update that brings a host of new features, however there’s always something that needs to be added later.
Sony has been releasing updates very frequently but this one is quite a special circumstance. Earlier this month it was announced that PlayStation Network (PSN) Is being renamed to Sony Entertainment Network (SEN) This firmware will finalize that final step into implementing it and effectively converting all PSN accounts to SEN accounts. If you don’t want to wait for a slow download from your PS3 you can download the firmware directly by reading ahead along with instruction guide on how to install it.
Antec, Inc., the global leader in high-performance computer components, announces the One, the latest addition to their Gaming Series. The One is an excellent option for mainstream gamers, new PC builders and seasoned system integrators alike, as it provides user-friendly cooling and convenient features at an affordable price.
National Science Foundation and AMD have funded a research over at North Carolina State University where engineers have successfully obtained an average of 21.4 percent more performance through improving the design of an fused processor.