Can Intel Buck Moore’s Law with Its New Mobile Processors?

My first job ever was at Best Buy. I applied when I was 14 and was turned down for being too young. I reapplied at 15, was almost hired, and then got turned down when they asked to see my non-existent driver’s license. I reapplied on my 16th birthday and was finally hired. Nerd alert.

In the two years between when I first applied and …

Apple’s Going to Announce What?!: Roundup of the Latest Rumors

If you’ve been trying to keep track of the latest Apple rumor announcements, you’re probably lost in all the delayed iPhone 5 news, miniature MacBook Pros that may or may not be launched and Light Peak ports that work at warp speed. To make things easier, Techland is going to break down what’s been overheard for you to make it easier to …

Experiential Retail: The Next Technological Revolution?

Technology has undeniably changed the way we communicate, read, play and even how we live, but for the most part, these shifts have focused primarily in the online world. Not anymore.

The latest digital innovations seamlessly bridge the gap between the online and offline worlds, creating user experiences that are interactive, socially …

Next Gen Laptops: HP’s 11 Hour Battery, Lenovo’s 10 Second Boot Time

New technology from processor makers Intel and AMD has paved the way for some nice advancements as far as laptop features are concerned. While laptops have generally gotten powerful enough to replace desktop computers for most people, that power has come at the expense of weight, heat and battery life in many instances.

Intel’s …

Intel Promises 35 Tablets in 2011

For the most part, Intel’s been left out in the cold when it comes to tablets and smartphones. While the company’s processors are relatively powerful compared to mobile-centric processors from competitors like Qualcomm and Marvell, they aren’t able to eke out nearly as much battery life.

To address the growing tablet market Intel

Dell Outs ‘Inspiron Duo’ Tablet/Netbook Hybrid

This thing is crazy, and maybe in a good way. At Intel’s developers conference today, Dell showed off what appeared to be a netbook at first glance. Then the guy holding it apparently swiveled the 10-inch touchscreen around 180 degrees inside its own frame, closed the computer as one would do with a standard notebook, and …

Acer Rolls Out New Netbooks, Some With AMD Chips

Acer’s got four new netbook models, two of which are now using AMD processors instead of Intel’s Atom chips. The 11.6-inch Aspire One 721 and the 10.1-inch Aspire One 521 both leverage AMD’s Athlon II Neo K125 CPU and ATI Radeon HD 4225 graphics with 384MB of dedicated memory.

The AO721 features 2GB of RAM, an 11.6-inch …

Computex: Windows 7 and Android Tablets from MSI, Asus

The future-splosion known as Computex is underway in Taipai, Taiwan this week and in the interest of not inundating Techland with post after post about every single tablet, netbook, and other bits of technological wonderment, I thought I’d include everything in a daily roundup for those of you interested in this kind of stuff. …

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