Intel officially reveal Haswell and Bay Trail fourth-gen processors, ultrabooks and tablets the focus

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Intel have officially launched its fourth generation of processors, Haswell and Bay Trail, looking to focus on getting the chips in ultrabooks, tablets and hybrid devices. Revealed during the company's Computex 2013 press event in Taipei after many months of…

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CES 2013: Lenovo K900 is a 5.5-inch super-slim Intel powered smartphone

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Lenovo aren't only showing off laptops and giant tabletop tablets at CES 2013. They've also got a handful of mobiles on display too. Their new flagship is the Lenovo K900, a super-slim smartphone powered by Intel's latest mobile processors. Measuring…

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CES 2013: Plastic Logic PaperTab flexible tablet could be the future of paper

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Plastic Logic may have left their own-branded eReader devices behind, but they're still innovating in the electronic paper field. For CES 2013, they've teamed up with Intel and Queen's University to develop the PaperTab, a 10.7 inch flexible tablet concept…

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ASUS Taichi dual-screen Windows 8 ultrabook delayed

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The ASUS Taichi has once again been delayed, leaving those hoping to nab one of the dual-screen ultrabook convertibles for Christmas hanging. An ASUS spokesperson contacted PC, stating in an email that though the device would miss its November shipping…

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Apple MacBooks to use iPad, not Intel, processors in the future?

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Apple are thought to be considering ditching Intel's processors from their future computers in favour of their own mobile processors, a new report has revealed. Sources "familiar with the company's research" have told Bloomberg that the Cupertino tech giants believe…

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