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5 Feb 2010
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6 May 2011
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Make wines, spirits and liquors taste smoother and more aromatic while reducing side effects normally associated with alcohol consumption (hangovers).
23 Mar 2012
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HP unveiled the new series of HP laptops that come with advanced and smart features. The laptops are well designed and are world's thinnest laptops. To have more detailed info for latest released laptops, simply contact at our toll-free HP Laptop Tech Support Number 1-877-213-5868 (Toll-Free).
10 Oct 2017
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Funny commercial for the fastest processor.
30 May 2006
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Az amazing trick with Windows Task Manager. It can be tranformed to a little window which shows how hardly works your processor. Watch it!
31 Dec 2006
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Ever wonder if your computer is up to date for new games or other software, easily find out the amount of RAM and you CPU (processor) clock (speed).
29 Jan 2007
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PC Design Peoples Choice Awards Runs Parallel to $1 Million Industry Competition for Stylish Computers Built with Intel Core 2 Duo Processors From today through April 19, people can visit www.intelchallenge**** and vote for their favorite concept PC design. Voters get to choose from designs submitted by companies competing for $1 million in the industry Intel Core Processor Challenge. A group of computer and design experts will award the winners in April, but consumers can now pick their favorite designs in a separate online Peoples Choice Award contest that also features a random $100 certificate giveaway to eligible voters. The Industry Vote Last September, Intel Corporation announced the Intel Core Processor Challenge contest with up to a $1 million bounty for PC designers and manufacturers worldwide to think beyond the traditional big, beige box computer designs. The contest aims to spur industry innovation in new, stylish home entertainment PC designs based on the multimedia optimized Intel Core processor and Intel Viiv technology. More than two dozen PC designs from 19 companies worldwide are vying over best style, acoustics, functionality and features. Entrants hail from eight countries. Ten semifinalists were chosen by Intel judges in March. In April, top designs will be selected by a group of computer and design experts, and winners are scheduled to be announced at the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing. More details about the Intel Core Processor Challenge are at****/idf/corechallenge.htm. The Peoples Choice Starting March 19, people can participate in the Intel Core Processor Challenge PC Design Peoples Choice Awards by visiting www.intelchallenge****. The PC Design People's Choice Awards allows consumers to view and vote for their favorite design and gives participating designers a chance to showcase their concept computers to the public. Each week for five weeks, one eligible voter will be randomly selected to win a $100 gift certificate. Voters may win only once. The Web site features photos, audio and video stories about PC history and the innovative people behind some of the creative designs competing in the industry challenge. Voters can add their comments about PC designs. On March 26, voters can return to the site and participate in conversations with guest bloggers, share photos, and submit short personal videos expressing why design and digital entertainment are important in their lives. Votes will be counted electronically and PC Design Peoples Choice Award winners are scheduled to be announced on April 20.
19 Mar 2007
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*******live.pirillo**** - I had a question sent in about processors. The question is whether or not a game made for single processor systems would run on a Quad Core system, only use one processor, or not work at all?
25 Aug 2007
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Learn how to set processor core affinity to a different core for single threaded applications. This will make the application use the often left over processing power that is left unutilized by the system.
3 Nov 2007
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Science gurus Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman show how Intel's incredible shrinking transistors are helping to cram old, super-sized supercomputer performance into small, sleek laptops built with Intel Centrino Duo processor technology.
15 Apr 2008
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A new processor for the ultra-mobile market is Intel’s latest move to revolutionize mobility computing, from UMPCs to mobile Internet devices and even notebooks and desktops (er, “netbooks” and “net-tops”). While Atom (née Silverthorne) received its brand-new brand name recently, the family of tiny processors, which relies on 45nm technology just like the Penryn line of Core 2 Duo processors, will debut in devices on display at IDF in Shanghai in early April. It’s no secret that China has come a long way in a short time — from being a country known for manufacturing cheap products for export to being, potentially, the next great IT superpower. National Science Board figures show that in 1994 there were only seven U.S. companies doing research in China. Ten years later, that number had risen to more than 500. Gartner analysts James Popkin and Partha Iyengar wrote, in their 2007 book I.T. and the East, that the world “will witness the birth of a real IT superpower if government restrictions are loosened and the Chinese instinctive talent for entrepreneurialism continues to be encouraged.” It’s against this backdrop that the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai, April 2 and 3, 2008, takes on extra significance. China now supplies the talent, within the country, to conduct advanced research in chip design. At this year’s IDF in Shanghai, Intel will provide an update on new technologies and features that enable devices with better performance, less power, more mobility, and lower cost. If you’re not attending the event in person, be sure to follow online at Intel’s IDF pages and check in here for more video podcast coverage.
5 May 2008
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This camera has features including a 10.0 Megapixel, 1/2.3-inch CCD, DIGIC III Image Processor, 3x optical zoom lens with a shift-type optical Image Stabilizer (IS) system and 2.5-inch LCD monitor with wide viewing angle. It uses new compact, high capacity Battery Pack NB-6L to shoot up to approx. 300 images (based on the CIPA standard when the LCD monitor is on), and SD memory cards, SDHC memory cards, MultiMediaCards, MMCplus cards and HC MMCplus cards for the recording media. Images are utilized with a direct print compatible printer, computer and TV via Hi-Speed USB. The dimensions (excluding protrusions) of the main body are 86.0 x 54.0 x 20.4 mm (3.4 x 2.1 x 0.8 in.) and the weight is approximately 130 g (4.6 oz.).
1 May 2008
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**********.cc Free Laptop Get your FREE Dell Laptop shipped free with FedEx! Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology, Amazing performance. Breakthrough energy efficiency Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium Design, Function and Performance all in a 15.4" Hi-Def Widescreen laptop Includes Biometric Finger Print Reader and built-in Webcam Connect virtually anywhere with Hyperband Multi-Antenna technology, Wi-Fi, and internal Mobile Broadband laptop options
28 May 2008
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Free Sony VAIO Laptop!! Get your free sony vaio laptop!! VAIO, an acronym for Video Audio Integrated Operation, is a sub-brand for many of Sony's computer products. The branding was created by Timothy Hanley to distinguish items that encompassed the use of consumer audio and video, as well as being conventional computing products. One example of this was the Sony VAIO W Series personal computer, which functioned as a regular computer and a miniature entertainment center. Although Sony made computers in the 1980s for the Japanese market only, Sony withdrew from the computer business around the turn of the decade. Sony's re-entry to the computer market, this time globally, under the new VAIO brand, started in 1996 with the PCV series of desktops. The VAIO logo also represents the integration of analog and digital technology. The 'VA' represents an analog wave and the 'IO' represents digital binary code. Sony is expanding the use of the VAIO label. It can now be found on notebooks, subnotebooks, desktop, and a hard-disk-based audio player that comes in both 20GB and 40GB variations (called VAIO POCKET player). Network media solutions by Sony will also carry the VAIO brand. VAIO computers come with components from companies such as Intel processors, Seagate Technology, Fujitsu or Toshiba hard drives, Infineon RAM, Atheros and Intel wireless chipsets, Sony (usually made by Hitachi) or Matsushita optical drives, Intel or NVIDIA graphics processors and Sony speakers.
5 Nov 2009
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Imagine instead of taking over five hours to convert a video for your iPod, it only takes 35 minutesi. Imagine using your PC to simulate protein folding to help find a cure for debilitating diseases. Imagine that your PC can dramatically accelerate everyday tasks, and deliver an exciting visual experience in the process. Today that imagination becomes a reality now that the leader in visual computing technologies, NVIDIA (Nasdaq: NVDA), has introduced its new family of GeForce® GTX 200 graphics processors (GPUs)—which includes the GeForce GTX 280 and GeForce GTX 260 GPUs—taking graphics beyond gaming and gaming beyond anything that's ever been possible before on a consumer computing platform. "The advances NVIDIA continues to make in visual computing are simply incredible, and we are excited to be one of the first companies in the world to offer the technology in the new Exhilaration Edition of the award-winning HP Blackbird 002," said Rahul Sood, chief technology officer, HP Voodoo Business Unit. "Exceptional graphics quality and performance is important to our customers, and now the GeForce GTX 200 GPUs are bringing something else into the mix. By using the GPU to enhance everyday applications such as video encoding and manipulating photos, HP Blackbird 002 is one of the most cutting-edge PC platforms ever designed." To view Multimedia News Release go to, *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/nvidia/33669/
17 Jun 2008
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