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HP To Announce Major Reorganization, Will Combine Printers, PCs

HP CEO Meg Whitman is expected to announce a major shift in its business structure today. Henceforth, the Personal Systems Group (PSG), which includes consumer PC sales, and the Image and Printing Group (IPG) will be combined into a single business structure. The move is a curious one, given that it combines what's typically been one of HP's...

 


WiFi Roaming to Help Bridge Gap Between Mobile Broadband and WiFi

You know it’s frustrating: We have two tremendous technologies in WiFi and mobile broadband that let us connect to the Internet, yet getting the two to work seamlessly together has been a bit if a headache to this point in time. Further adding to the consternation over the whole thing is that an automatic handoff between a mobile broadband...

 


Samsung Reducing Reliance on Qualcomm With its Own Processors

Despite many Samsung devices packing Qualcomm processors, Samsung’s own Exynos line of chips underpin a few of its products, including the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. It appears now that Samsung is betting on itself by using more (and better) Exynos processors at the expense of Qualcomm’s offerings. The Korea Times reports that...

 


Smartphone Sucking Power? Blame the Ads

A joint study between Microsoft Research and Purdue University has taken a look at how smartphone applications handle power consumption and come to some damning conclusions where energy efficiency is concerned. This is an issue that's become more important as smartphone specs have skyrocketed without a similar increase in battery life. The...

 


WD Introduces Next-Gen My Passport With Up To 2TB Of Storage

Western Digital announced the next generation of its My Passport line of portable hard drives, complete with a new enclosure design and up to 2TB in capacity. The new My Passport is now available in five colors with capacities starting at 500GB. The new drives come with WD SmartWare automatic backup software and WD Security for password...

 


A No Holds Barred Evaluation of the New iPad

Apple called its first iPad tablet "magical," as if owning one would turn flatulence into a flowery fragrance and unlock the mystery of double complete rainbows. Instead it entranced millions of people into buying one, even though it lacked basic amenities like expandable storage, built-in cameras, and Flash support (back when people still...

 


Hot Deals of the Day: HP Notebook, Dell LCDs, Logitech Speakers and More

We’ve got a fresh batch of HOT deals for you all on this fine Tuesday morning, courtesy of our friends at LogicBuy. On tap for you all today, we have an AMD A-Series APU based HP dv6 notebook, a dual-Dell LCD monitor bundle, a Logitech 5.1 channel speaker system, an external drive from Lenovo, and an HP multi-function printer... 15.6"...

 


Futuremark Tosses Wet Blanket Over New iPad's Browsing Performance

Apple's mighty proud of its new A5X processor that powers its third generation iPad device, and with a four-core graphics engine capable of driving a 2048x1536 display, who can blame them? At the same time, you can't help but be a little disappointed that the CPU portion is still a dual-core 1GHz part, the same as found in the iPad 2, which...

 


Intel Rolls Out New 'Berryville' Atom CE5300 Media Processor

Intel unveiled its new Atom CE5300 media processor at the IPTV World Forum in London this week. Codenamed "Berryville," the Atom CE5300 part is a System on Chip (SoC) designed to power the next generation of set-top boxes and media gateways, Intel says. Details are fairly light at this point, though we do know it's a 32nm dual-core chip with...

 


New iPad Sales Surpassed 3 Million Last Weekend, Apple Says

Apple this week announced it sold more than three million new iPad devices since its launch on Friday, March 16 through Monday, March 19, an impressive figure that proves there's still a rabid fan base for these things. The new iPad's big new feature is its Retina display, one of the main points of emphasis along with adding support for 4G...

 


Microsoft To Ship Windows 8 On PCs / Tablets In October

Windows 8 is quite clearly the next major thing for Microsoft, and a lot is riding on the success of it. Windows 7 tablets were largely a flop, but it's likely because that OS was never really designed to work well in that form factor. Win8, however, is engineered to work specifically in that form factor. The Metro universe is right at home...

 


Seagate Reaches 1 Terabit Per Square Inch Milestone

Records are made to be broken, and that's exactly what Seagate is doing. The company has become the first hard drive maker to achieve the milestone storage density of 1 terabit (1 trillion bits) per square inch, producing a demonstration of the technology that promises to double the storage capacity of today’s hard drives upon its introduction...

 


Opera TV Sets Eyes On Intel's New CE53000

Looking for the next wave of technology to make use of Intel's newest set-top box silicon? Say hello to Opera TV. Today, Opera Software announced that its TV browser with WebGL will run swimmingly on the new Atom Media Processor CE5300. Visitors to the Intel and Opera booths at the IP&TV World Forum in London can see a WebGL demonstration...

 


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