3D is hyped like nothing else at the moment. Movie, computer and video game makers hope that it will be the next big thing that they can cash in. While it is mostly a movie’s thing right now, it is bound to get included into PCs and gaming systems eventually along the road.
It has recently been unearthed that Apple has been granted a patent in Europe for an all-in-one desktop computer that can switch between mouse/keyboard and touch inputs. This patent confirms long standing rumors that Apple is moving towards a touch-based future for the flagship line of lifestyle desktop computer — the iMac.
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Tangent has a new all-in-one called VITA 2000 that might be just what you have been looking for. It is a 20.1 inch model with enough power to drive all your basic requirements, including some 3D gaming powered by the NVIDIA ION and enough storage and memory to last you for quite some time to come. Encased in a nice housing, this may be just the thing for your den or office.
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May 10 2010 Categorized Under: Cell Phones, Desktop Computers, Laptops, Tablets Tags; acquisition, android, Bumptop, bumptop gadgets, bumptop widgets, chrome os, google, Mobile OS, smartphone, tablet, touch 2 Commented
Yes it is a run for the acquisition these days for the two big Giants of the tech world — Google and Apple. Both of a lot of great ideas and they both lack the patience and the opportunity to sit down and develop on those ideas. So what they lack in time and resources, they make up in strategic acquisitions. This is not really a new practice in the business world but it is exciting to see how these two companies are thinking regarding their own and the industry’s future through these acquisitions, some of which can be very telling. This time, we talk about Google and their acquisition of ‘BumpTop Computers’.
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Even though it has not been released yet and there isn’t really a firm release date on the horizon, it seems like Jetway is soon to become one of the first companies to adopt and use Intel’s two new Atom chips — the Atom D525 and the Atom D425 Both of these chips are targeted at desktop use and have compatibility for newer standards like DDR3.
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For the past two years, worldwide desktop PC sales have sagged so badly that they have had negative growth for that period. This is set to change this year and according to analysts, it is mainly because of Apple’s iMac desktops.
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March 18 2010 Categorized Under: Desktop Computers, Laptops, netbooks Tags; apple, core i7, core i7-980x extreme edition, Hexa core, leaks, mac pro, macbook air, macbook pro, nehalem, rumors, Speculations 3 Commented
Yet another online advertising fiasco is unfolding down under. As Apple is believed by all to be inching closer to the much awaited and needed Mac Pro and MacBook Pro updates, online adverts in Australia showed up with weird prices. This heightened the frenzy that was already surrounding this highly anticipated update.
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Okay, this one’s cutting it a bit to fine and exact to be a baseless rumor. ZDNet has this delicious rumor about the new HexaCore Mac Pros that the rumor mill sniffed out last year itself. If their word is corrent, then Apple is getting ready to unveil the new HexCore Mac Pros with the Intel Core-i7980x chip that Intel is supposed to unveil on the same day. The code name for the chip is ‘Gulftown’
You what I like about the recent years when it comes to home entertainment? NVIDIA Ion! That’s right, the combination of Intel’s Atom an NVIDIA’s ION is the perfect combination that gives you extremely low prices and pretty high performance. And things just got better too, thanks to NVIDIA finally getting around to making the ION 2 official. We are already seeing the ION 2 pop up on several devices and here we have something that should please anyone who is looking for a slim, stylish (relatively), quite and powerful rig to use as an HTPC. This is the Shuttle X325, a slim nettop that looks a good thing in the making.
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The folks over at AppleInsider are at it again. According to recently published news from them, Apple is preparing a new batch of machines that will support HDMI, both directly and indirectly. They also claim that a revised Mini DisplayPort is on its way to facilitate the plan.