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Jon Peddie Research Reports Disappointing 4th Quarter: PC Graphics Shipments Down 7.8%

Posted by Robert Dow on January 31st 2011 | Permalink
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Overall shipments of graphics devices for the year, 2010 came in below expectations with an unimpressive 4.3% total year to year growth—a disappointing result given the enthusiastic start of the year. Q4 of 2010 did not boost the year as expected. Instead of the traditional seasonal pickup, market leader Intel showed decline,

Numbers for Q4’10 PC Graphic Shipments are In

Posted by Robert Dow on January 28th 2011 | Permalink
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2010 came in below expectations with an unimpressive 4.3% year to year growth. Intel's overall Q4 market share gained over 1% to 52.5%, AMD improved to 24.2% and Nvidia had a slight drop to 22.5%. All the numbers and details of the Q4'11 Graphics shipments will be released Monday in our new edition of MarketWatch.

HP Webinar Today at 9AM Pacific on Mobile Workstations

Posted by Robert Dow on January 27th 2011 | Permalink
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Join Jon Peddie and other industry stalwarts on a discussion of "Why Mobile Workstations". Find out how engineers, designers, and others are using Mobile Workstations in their work. Sign up at: Why Mobile Workstations

SolidWorks World 2011 moves into its final day

Posted by Robert Dow on January 26th 2011 | Permalink
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Catch up with what is going on at SolidWorks World in San Antonio this week at: SolidWorks Blog Yesterday SolidWorks announced a new website Post3D where now product designers and engineers can collaborate in 3D online.

The State of the Union goes High Tech

Posted by Robert Dow on January 25th 2011 | Permalink
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The White House has developed a new website for viewing the State of the Union Address. See charts and special content as the President gives the address. State of the Union 2011

The GTX 560 Ti Nvidia’s latest performance AIB launches today

Posted by Robert Dow on January 25th 2011 | Permalink
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Gamers are getting a treat from Nvidia this month. The GTX 560 Ti has launched equipped with 384 CUDA cores, and a standard core clock of 822MHz with many OC versions due to hit the market. The GTX 560 Ti delivers 33% better performance and 21% better performance / watt compared to the GTX 460. Read our

“It’s the year of the tablet” - We Really mean it this time…

Posted by Robert Dow on January 24th 2011 | Permalink
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Earlier this month CES was abuzz with all the new tablets on the horizon. RIM, Motorola, HP all promised exciting new products - Toshiba is hoping to jump start their introduction of the Android Honeycomb based table by launching a new website it its honor. The new Toshiba will feature

Changing of the Guard at HP

Posted by Robert Dow on January 21st 2011 | Permalink
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Meg Whitman headlines as HP adds new board members. The additions include Shumeet Banerji, CEO of management consulting firm Booz & Company; Gary Reiner, formerly the chief information officer at General Electric; Patricia Russo, the former CEO of Alcatel-Lucent; and Dominique Senequier, CEO of AXA Private Equity. Moves signal an emphasis

AMDs Fusion released today giving the market its first look at the Accelerated Processing Unit

Posted by Robert Dow on January 19th 2011 | Permalink
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The new Embedded G-Series is now available, AMD claims that the new Accelerated Processing Unit brings to market more computed capabilities on a single die than any other processor in the history of computing. The APUs are based on AMDs "Bobcat" core and come in single or dual core versions.

AMDs Fusion released today giving the consumer its first look at the Accelerated Processing Unit

Posted by Robert Dow on January 19th 2011 | Permalink
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The new Embedded G-Series is now available, AMD claims that the new Accelerated Processing Unit brings to market more computed capabilities on a single die than any other processor in the history of computing. The APUs are based on AMDs "Bobcat" core and come in single or dual core versions.