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First Build Of Google Android 4.0 ICS For Intel x86 Architecture Released


Android 4.0 Icecream Sandwich Statue

Android 4.0 or other wise known as Android Ice Cream Sandwich is the latest version of Google’s Android mobile operating system offering. Various mobile device manufacturing companies are still working towards pushing an Android 4.0 build for their respective devices such as the HTC Ville and the ASUS EeePad Transformer 2.  Soon, Android 4.0 Icecream…

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By Debjit on December 1st
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Intel And Google Announces Partnership To Bring Android to More Devices


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Intel has be trying to get into to mobile market for years without any success. They supported MeeGo in the hope that it will provide them with the software needed to get into the market. But, Nokia’s pulling out of MeeGo has affected their plan and last week news emerged that Intel too might leave…

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By Zenobia on September 15th
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Intel To Discontinue MeeGo Development?


Intel To Discontinue MeeGo Development?

When Moblin and Maemo were merged to produce MeeGo, there were high hopes of producing a truly open OS for mobile devices. (Android is not truly open.) However, according to reports from Taiwan-based website DigiTimes, the MeeGo dream could be over soon. The MeeGo project suffered a major set back last year, when Nokia which…

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By Ricky on September 5th
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Cloud Computing : Recent News and Developments


Cloud Computing : Recent News and Developments

The cloud world is very dynamic in nature. This very infant concept is growing leaps and bounds. There are many developments taking place all the time in Cloud Computing. We, through this article are covering some recent activities of the Cloud World over the past few days. Fujitsu to offer IAAS service in North America…

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By Nihal on May 25th
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5 Companies To Watch For At CES 2011


5 Companies To Watch For At CES 2011

The highlights of CES 2011 will be marked by these 5 tech companies – AMD, Microsoft, Intel, Motorola and Sony.

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By Debjit on December 25th
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Maemo and Moblin combined to produce MeeGo


Maemo and Moblin combined to produce MeeGo

Intel and Nokia have announced that they are merging their respective Linux operating environments to power future smart-phones and tablets. This merger will combine Intel’s Moblin platform with Nokia’s Maemo platform to create a new platform called MeeGo. Currently, Intel’s Moblin OS is used in Netbooks while Nokia’s Maemo powers Nokia’s N900.

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By Ricky on February 16th
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No USB 3.0 support for Intel Chipsets until 2011


The next generation USB 3.0 ‘Superspeed’ was unable to raise much interest of the chip manufacturing giant from Santa Clara and now it is almost certain that Intel chipsets won’t be supporting USB 3.0 in the immediate future ( at least not before 2011 ).

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By digitalcoconut on November 5th
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Intel powered Notebooks will turn into bricks when stolen


Intel powered Notebooks will turn into bricks when stolen

A lot of wonderful things are happening at the ongoing Intel Developer Forum. One of such is the concept of turning stolen laptops into unusable piece of crap, which was proposed during the Anti-Theft Technology session at IDF. This will definitely be a boon for those who keep highly confidential data in their laptops and…

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By digitalcoconut on September 26th
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