It’s time to replace your computer. Maybe it was purchased during the last Republican administration, or you ruined it with a spilled drink, or maybe you’ve just got some money to burn and you’d like to blow it on Intel’s new Kaby Lake microarchitecture. Whatever the reason, you’re ready to upgrade your computer, and…
Back on February 9, we reported that the Adamo, Dell's sexy-yet-lacking ultrathin laptop, was no more. That didn't mean Dell was done with the genre, however, as it seems there's a new sexy, svelte model on the horizon.
Interstate 5 crosses Washington state from Oregon to Canada. And later this year, work will begin to make it the first electric highway in the United States. It's good to be a Volt owner in the Pacific Northwest.
Some leaks happen in secret, on the phone or behind closed doors. Others, like this little HP one today, happen in service manuals. What we know: As the headline implies new Core i5 and Core i7 mobile processors are coming.
With swirling rumors all but pointing to an April 13 refresh of Apple's MacBook Pro line, these new model numbers, spotted at Microcenter, lend further credence to the belief that an update is imminent.
Like Darth Vader's underpants, the new Intel Core i7 and i5-based Digital Storm BlackOPS PCs are made of lusty black aluminum. Also like Darth Vader's underpants, they are liquid cooled.
It's obvious that Intel's Arrandale-based Core i5 and Core i7 processors' release is right around the corner, but Fudzilla is reporting that it's happening in January. If true, this could mean that a MacBook Pro refresh would follow rather soon.
Electronista has benchmarked the new Quad Core i5 chips in the new iMac, and comparing his scores to mine, its pretty clear we've got almost 2x some scores in some CPU/memory tests.
It'd be the most obvious leak in history, but the 10C531 build of OS 10.6.2 references the "MacBook Pro 6.1 and the MacBook Pro 6.1b." All current MacBook Pros are strictly "5" status.
At an event in San Francisco yesterday, Wintel claimed that upcoming processors, and Windows 7's improved power management will provide longer battery life, and better performance in certain programs.
Geeks.com has this tiny camera for $170 after some instant savings. It retails for $240 and includes $50 of instant savings and a $20-off coupon code (CAMERADEAL) bringing the final price down to $170. It is an average 5-megapixel digital cam with a 3x optical zoom, video capture, flash, rechargeable batteries and…