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Intel Adds Low-Voltage Xeon In Portfolio Revamp

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-17    Article Source : InformationWeek

Intel on Tuesday began making good on its pledge to revamp its processor line with devices that generate significantly less heat when it introduced the dual-core Xeon low-voltage processor, which has a total dissipated power of 31 watts.

Based on its previously disclosed Sossaman core, the Xeon LV is expected to be

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Compliance Added To SMB Product Lifecycle Management Solution

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-17    Article Source : Small Business Pipeline

Agile Software today announced Agile Advantage 2006, the latest version of its product lifecycle management (PLM) suite for small and medium-size businesses (SMBs).
 
By delivering greater visibility into the product lifecycle, Agile Advantage 2006 will speed product innovation, reduce product development costs, enhance product quality, and drive profitability, according to

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Silicon Graphics Unveils 'Supercomputer In A Blade'

Posted by inet on 2006-03-17    Article Source : TechWeb News

A supercomputer in a blade was unveiled Wednesday by Silicon Graphics. The company has constructed the product from dual Xilinx Virtex 4 FPGAs to create a high-performance computing (HPC) configuration that features a low cost and small footprint for the HPC universe.

The SGI RASC (Reconfigurable Application-Specific Computing) RC100 computation blade leverages

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Microsoft Goes Public With Its Hacker Conference

Posted by inet on 2006-03-17    Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

SAN FRANCISCO-- Microsoft is going public with some of the hacking information recently discussed at its BlueHat Security Briefings event. On Thursday, just days after the end of its third BlueHat conference, the software vendor posted the first blog entries at a new Web site. Microsoft is also promising to publish more details on

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Samsung demos new tech for wireless connectivity

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-17    Article Source : EE Times

SEOUL, South Korea — Samsung Electronics said it has demonstrated new wireless technologies for mobile phone connectivity, including ad hoc routing and ultrawideband (UWB). The techologies will support wireless connections among phones and between phones and set-top boxes.
Samsung said Wednesday (March 15) it demonstrated mobile phones using the wireless technologies at

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Firms Fight For Slice Of Booming Navigation Market

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-17    Article Source : Reuters

If proof were needed that the market for navigation devices is booming, a glance at the number and size of booths devoted to them at the CeBIT technology fair would dispel all doubts.

Much of Hall 11 at the world's biggest tech show, in the German city of Hanover, is given over

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Apple Windfall Seen If Mactels Run Windows Apps Equal To PCs

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-17    Article Source : TechWeb News

A major barrier to running Windows software lies in the different technologies, or firmware, used to start the Intel Mac and the PC. The latter uses archaic BIOS firmware that's 20 years old, while the former uses Intel's new EFI, or Extensible Firmware Interface, specification.
 
This obstacle should start to

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Via rolls low power processors

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-17    Article Source : EE Times

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Taiwan’s Via Technologies Inc. has rolled out what the company claims is the world’s lowest power microprocessor line.
The C7-M ULV from Via (Taipei) is an x86-based processor line, which enables a range of compact and portable devices. The chips are based on IBM Corp.’s 90-nm process technology.

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Carnegie Mellon to Use 'Sims' in Software

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-17    Article Source : AP

PITTSBURGH - Carnegie Mellon University plans to incorporate characters and animation from the popular video game "The Sims" in its free educational software that strives to make computer programming more appealing to students.
 
The university will use the animation to enliven the next version of Alice, a teaching program developed

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Nvidia, Intel bring 3D gaming to handheld devices

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-16    Article Source : EE Times

Nvidia Corp. announced that it has combined the processing capabilities of the Nvidia GoForce family of handheld GPUs with Intel's processor family, the Monahans, based on the third-generation Intel XScale architecture, to deliver a powerful development platform to content developers.

"Increased global demand for high quality digital media on the move is

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