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New HP TouchSmart PCs announced

Posted by Robert Dow on February 7th 2011 | Permalink
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From phones, to tablets to the PC to commercial Kiosks Touch technology first developed in the 80's finally seems to be coming of age. Today HP announced its new line of TouchSmart PCs including the 9300 Elite PC which will be featured in various retail Kiosks. HP partner Barnes & Noble, has

Nokia set to dump Meego?

Posted by Robert Dow on February 3rd 2011 | Permalink
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Nokia is one of the only major phone manufacturers that has not succumbed to the Android wave. However, with word coming out that Android has surpassed Symbian as the most popular mobile phone OS murmurs started about a possible Nokia phone featuring the Google OS. It now looks like Nokia

100 Billion ARM processors to ship by 2020?

Posted by Robert Dow on February 2nd 2011 | Permalink
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Sounds like a huge number but ARM thinks they can get there. With a stranglehold on the Mobile space and with new markets opening up they just might be able to; see Mr. Cramer's interview with ARMs President and co-founder Tudor Brown here: CNBC

JPR Reports Disappointing 4th Quarter: PC Graphics Shipments Down 7.8%

Posted by Robert Dow on February 1st 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,

4th Quarter PC Graphics Shipments Announced

Posted by Webmaster 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.

Intel halts production of Sandy Bridge

Posted by Robert Dow on January 31st 2011 | Permalink
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One marginal transistor in chipset impacting SATA ports 2-6 forces Intel to halt production of Sandy Bridge. Production set to resume in April or sooner. Intel News Room

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.