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New Video Shows Cortex-A15 Decimating Tegra 3; Be Wary of The Kool-Aid

Texas Instruments has posted a new video at YouTube that claims to show a dual-core OMAP5-based Cortex-A15 at 800MHz beating the snot out of an unspecified "commercially available" 1.3GHz quad-core device. Given that the only quad-core Tegra 3 tablet available is Asus Transformer Prime, it's not exactly hard to put two and two together. The...

 
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AMD Nearly Bought Nvidia, Could Be Building Next-Gen PlayStation GPU

When AMD held its Analyst Day a few weeks ago, the company focused on how it was fundamentally changing its approach to semiconductor research and product development. Years of attempting to compete with Intel drained company coffers and exposed it to tremendous competitive pressure. Consumers unquestionably profited -- Intel's prices for...

 
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Nokia Becomes World’s Largest Windows Phone Vendor, First Good News in a Long Time

It’s been downright painful to write about Nokia for many months; the company made missteps, suffered ugly losses, slashed thousands of jobs, and made some eyebrow-raising decisions, the most notable of which was going all in on Windows Phone 7. Nokia’s recent smartphone market share freefall was mostly due to ditching its Symbian...

 
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HH Hot Deals of the Day: Planar and Dell LCDs, Panasonic Lumix, and a Kingston SSD

It’s Friday, folks! It’s time to close out yet another work-week, but not before dishing out a nice healthy serving of HOT deals courtesy of the team at LogicBuy. On the menu for you this final Friday of February (Wow, that’s a lot of F’s!), we have a few LCD monitors from Planar and Dell, a 16MP Panasonic Lumix digicam,...

 
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Box Gives Android Users 50GB of Free Cloud Storage

How many times growing up did you hear a teacher tell you to get your head out of the clouds and pay attention? She wouldn't have spouted such foolishness if she knew there was 50GB of free storage space sitting in the cloud, just waiting for you to pluck it with your Android device. That's exactly what's up there, courtesy of Box, which is...

 
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Apple Sits Atop Mobile PC Shipments (If You Include Tablets)

Should tablets be including when tallying the number of mobile PC shipments? If the answer is yes, then Apple is dominating the competition with nearly three times the number of mobile PC shipments than its nearest competitor, according to data provided by DisplaySearch. According to DisplaySearch, Apple shipped close to 23.4 million mobile...

 
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Hard Drive Shortage to See Major Relief in Q1 2012

Severe floods in Thailand in late 2011 left the hard drive industry in a bad spot. It's the place where manufacturers and component suppliers come together, and when flooding occurred, HDD manufacturing came to a near halt. As a result, there was a subsequent shortage of hard drives, which itself led to higher prices that still linger today....

 
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47: HotHardware's Two and A Half Geeks Webcast - Feb. 24, 2012

In this latest episode of HotHardware's Two and Half Geeks webcast, Marco, Iyaz and Dave discuss the latest announcements from Intel for their Near Threshold Voltage processor technology and full digital radios, AMD's new Radeon HD 7770 and 7750 mainstream GPUs, reports that Flash scaling issues could torpedo its future in the storage market,...

 
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Asus Teaser Video Promises "Twice The Detail"

What does Asus have planned for MWC next week? It's hard to say, but from the looks of a new teaser video, at least one new device (we're guessing a tablet) will have a higher resolution display. In a short, 17-second video clip, Asus teases us with a clip that says, "Twice the Detail, Twice the Fun." If you head on over to Asus' Facebook...

 
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OnLive Announces OnLive Desktop Plus for iOS, Apple Scowls

OnLive is on quite a tear. Emerging out of beta less than two years ago with a cloud gaming service, OnLive has already far exceeded its original scope. The initial service rollout was followed by gaming hardware for the TV, mobile capabilities, integration with a number of different types of devices, and even rumors of a Netflix rival movie...

 
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VIA Introduces New Quad Core Mini-ITX Motherboards

Look, not everyone needs a sizable motherboard with eighteen PCI slots. And for those in that camp, there's VIA. The company has just launched he world's first quad core Mini-ITX boards featuring the latest VIA QuadCore E-Series processor. The VIA EPIA-M900 and VIA EPIA-M910 are the first two Mini-ITX boards to feature the 1.2GHz VIA QuadCore...

 
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Bang & Olufsen Ships Massive 65-inch BeoVision 12 Plasma HDTV: Just $11,350

Well, someone has to be the 1%, right? And for those, there's this insanely amazing television -- one that we hope will become affordable in time, thanks to some "trickle down" effect we heard about once. Bang & Olufsen is a name closely linked with luxury goods, and their consumer electronics are certainly deluxe. The company has just...

 
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