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Archive for October 2009

42in Albatron Optical Touch Monitor

It looks like touch monitors are about to become big business. We have already seen the HP Compaq L2105tm and the Dell SX2210T and now Mobileandnotebook.com have posted some info and a video about the new Albatron 42-inch Optical Touch Monitor. The display works by having a pair of CMOS cameras installed in each of…

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Tilera announce 100-core Tile-GX processor

Quad Core is so 2006, in 2010 it is all about the 100-core CPU. Ok so maybe not as this won’t be a consumer processor but it is impressive non the less. Tilera on Monday announced new general-purpose CPUs, including a 100-core chip as it tries to make its way into the server market dominated…

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AMD to cut more jobs in 2010 Q1

Industry sources are confident that AMD is getting ready to axe a lot of jobs in Q1 2010. AMD already cut a lot of jobs in European operations in late 2008 and 2009 and it looks like the same strategy will continue in 2010. One of the biggest areas AMD is suffering in is the…

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HP Compaq L2105tm touchscreen multitouch monitor

Well it looks like we are going to see a slew of multitouch monitors released over the next few weeks. We have already seen the Dell SX2210T and now HP have announce the Compaq L2105tm. This 21.5-inch, 1080p optical multitouch panel with one finger scrolling and two finger mousing capabilities. HP is calling this one…

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Asus improves AMD core unlocking

One of the big selling points of AMD CPUs is the ability to unlock cores on the Phenom II X2, X3 and even Sempron 140 Processors. This is possible due to the fact that AMD uses one standard Agena die for its quad, triple and dual Phenom IIs. However the problem is the fact that…

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