Intel is building up traction for its first dual-core mobile processor. Codenamed “Yonah”, the chip is scheduled to hit the market in the first quarter of next year. No big surprise that Mooly Eden spent time once again to explain the benefits of the processor – ranging from performance to battery saving features.
Eden however surprised with one of the first public demonstrations of Intel’s AMT. So far we had heard about this feature just in presentations and saw screenshots. This time, Intel showed a live system in action.
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Rumors of Yahoo purchasing alternative VoIP provider Skype were just that. Yahoo has instead acquired DialPad .
Yahoo has confirmed the acquisition of the 40 person Milpitas-based company, in a deal that reportedly closed Monday. But both companies are staying mum on the financials of the purchase.
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It has almost been over three (3) years since the release of Windows XP in (2002) and another year to go till we get to experience the much touted Microsoft Windows code named “Longhorn”.
With Microsoft announcing the release of beta version of Longhorn available for developers in summer of 2005 distributing modified version of the operating system to give developers the experience of whats to come in the future.
The technologies mentioned and talked about so far include WinFS, Avalon, IE7, and native support for 64-bit processors.
WinFS is an integrated file system which literally keeps track of all files in a database as you store them and in a way enabling you to search on demand anything on the computer.
Apple recently released an new version of their operating system OS X, namely Tiger and version number now at 10.4 with ingenius technologies embedded into the operating system it makes this OS a lot faster and quicker than the previous version 10.3 (Panther). With built-in support for 64-bit computing and improved search capabilities using “spotlight” technology enabling you to find anything on the computer as quickly as you type.
Tiger also comes with useful desktop widgets which are programmed for your usability that display weather, calendar, notes, stock quotes and many more useful utilities. Also comes with QuickTime 7 and its built in support for H.264 (MPEG-4). There are a tons of quite exciting features in this update of the Operating System.