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Intel’s $126 YOLO phone matches quad-core Samsung Galaxy S III performance

Intel’s $126 YOLO phone matches quad-core Samsung Galaxy S III performance

New benchmark results suggest Intel may have a bright future in smartphones after all– and the first phone to show that is, appropriately, named YOLO....

Lava announces Intel Medfield-powered Xolo X900 Android smartphone for India

Lava announces Intel Medfield-powered Xolo X900 Android smartphone for India

Lava, a player in the Indian budget smartphone market, unveiled the Xolo X900, the first handset powered by Intel’s Medfield x86 chipset (formerly codenamed Penwell)....

Nokia CEO responds to Google VP’s “two turkeys” tweet, clarifies WP7 strategy

Nokia CEO responds to Google VP’s “two turkeys” tweet, clarifies WP7 strategy

Two days before the Nokia-Microsoft alliance was announced, Google’s Vic Gundotra attacked the two companies by tweeting that “two turkeys do not make an Eagle.”...

Project Denver: Windows 8 on Nvidia CPUs, Intel in the Crosshairs

Project Denver: Windows 8 on Nvidia CPUs, Intel in the Crosshairs

In the course of just a few hours, the seeds have been planted for a major upheaval in personal computing.  Hot on the heels of...

HP Slate detailed: $549, 1.6 GHz Atom, 5 hour battery, dual cameras

HP Slate detailed: $549, 1.6 GHz Atom, 5 hour battery, dual cameras

A leaked HP internal slide details the the company’s upcoming Windows 7-powered iPad competitor, dubbed the HP Slate.  The base model will cost $549 and...

McLaren Unveils MP4-12C: 600 HP V8, 1.6 GHz Intel Atom, Runs Windows

McLaren Unveils MP4-12C: 600 HP V8, 1.6 GHz Intel Atom, Runs Windows

Earlier today, McLaren Automotive unveiled its new supercar, the MP4-12C, and as expected, it’s a performance monster, powered by McLaren’s own (not BMW- or Mercedes-designed,...

Intel, Nokia to reveal “Penwell” Atom-based smartphone platform at MWC?

Intel, Nokia to reveal “Penwell” Atom-based smartphone platform at MWC?

Intel’s strategy for many years has been “x86 everywhere,” bringing the processors that power desktop computers down to laptops, netbooks, TVs, DVRs, and more, and...

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