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HP releases their first 3D notebook

Posted by Robert Dow on April 8th 2011 | Permalink
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HP announces their first 3D capable notebook, the ENVY 17 has a expansive 17.3" 1920x1080 display powered by AMDs ATI Mobility Radeon HD 6850 graphics processor with 1GB of GDDR5 and Intel's 2nd generation Core i7 quad core processor. The ENVY ships with a pair of shutter glasses for 3D viewing. You can

The Workstation market continues healthy growth, hitting new high in Q4’10

Posted by Robert Dow on April 5th 2011 | Permalink
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The fourth quarter of 2010 saw the workstation market take a noteworthy step forward in its journey back from recessionary lows. Senior analyst Alex Herrera reports the industry shipped 903.7 thousand workstations, representing a solid-though-moderate 6.4% sequential gain. JPR's Semi-Annual Report is now available read more on the report here.

NEW WorkStation April 2011 semi-annual report available

Posted by Webmaster on April 5th 2011 | Permalink
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Preview the table of contents and download your copy today (subscribers only). Purchase the Workstation report now.

AMD’s 32 nanometer quad-core “Llano” now shpping

Posted by Robert Dow on April 4th 2011 | Permalink
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Production units of AMD’s 32 nanometer quad-core “Llano” A-Series Accelerated Processor Units (APU) with discrete-level graphics are now shipping. “Customers are very excited about Llano coming to market and we will look forward to seeing our “Llano”-based systems in the market this quarter — the second quarter.” said Interm CEO

Researchers discover ‘pruned’ microchips are faster, more energy-efficient

Posted by Robert Dow on April 1st 2011 | Permalink
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A research consortium have discovered a techique to make average computer chips better by trimming away rarely used circuits. Error correction more than makes up for the loss. The new technique could produce breakthrough performance in image capture, multimedia, and other data-capture applications such as hearing aids. Read more on

Opening Day 2011..!

Posted by Robert Dow on March 31st 2011 | Permalink
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The end of the historically long winter is finally upon us and hope springs eternal, Opening Day is here. Major League Baseball has introduced a new series of apps for the iPhone, iPad, Andrioid, Blackberry that allows you to follow every pitch and at-bat, you can find those at mlb

Image Metrics looks for new opportunities

Posted by Robert Dow on March 30th 2011 | Permalink
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Image Metrics, best known for its facial animation technology used in leading games, surprised the industry with a reverse merger and a plan to address the consumer 3D market as a publicly traded company. Read the latest on Image Metrics on our Graphic Speak website at gfxspeak.com.

“World’s Fastest” graphics card - the debate continues

Posted by Robert Dow on March 28th 2011 | Permalink
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With the release this month of competing dual-GPU graphics cards, Nvidia's GTX 590 and the AMD's HD 6990, both companies have laid claim to the moniker "world's fastest". As our friends at Hexus.net try to explain, it is quite subjective. Read more on the debate here.

CorelDRAW.com for the iPhone

Posted by Robert Dow on March 25th 2011 | Permalink
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Corel has released new app for the CorelDraw Graphics Suite. The new app lets you connect to the CorelDRAW.com community from your iPhone or iPod touch. Browse the galleries for design inspiration, ask and answer questions in the forums and interact with other CorelDRAW fans. Learn more about the

Multi-GPU GeForce GTX 590 Released

Posted by Robert Dow on March 24th 2011 | Permalink
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On the heels of their most recent midrange product launch, the GTX 550 Ti, Nvidia rolled out their flagship AIB the dual GPU GTX 590.This top of the line, take no prisoners, 3GB GDDR5 AIB with a massive 384-bit memory bus (per GPU) has delivered some impressive scores. Does it outperform 2