Monthly Archive: January 2013

SAMSUNG Garnet Red Edition Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Tablet Introduced

SAMSUNG Garnet Red Edition Galaxy Tab 2 Tablet Introduced Limited edition color offering is a blend of on-the-go portability and style – includes free matching case, runs Android Jelly Bean Samsung Electronics America Inc., a market leader and award-winning innovator in consumer electronics, today announced that a new Garnet Red Edition of the powerful Galaxy …

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NVIDIA GPU-Accelerated Supercomputer Sets World Record for Energy Efficiency

NVIDIA GPU-Accelerated Supercomputer Sets World Record for Energy Efficiency Italy’s Top Supercomputing Center Leapfrogs Current Green500 No. 1 System Using Kepler Accelerators, Liquid Cooling Italy’s “Eurora” supercomputer – which uses NVIDIA® Tesla® GPU accelerators based on NVIDIA KeplerTM, the world’s fastest and most efficient high performance computing (HPC) architecture – has set a new record …

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Turn Kinect equipment into a real 3D scanner for free and win cash

20 million gamers can turn their Kinect equipment into a real 3D scanner for free and win up to $1000 in Artec’s Winter Fun with Kinect contest Prizes for the most original scans with a winter season theme – Free to enter, unlimited with unlimited entries Artec Group, a leading manufacturer and developer of 3D …

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Q4-2012 Tablet Market Skyrocketed: 64 Million Units Shipped

Q4-2012 Tablet Market Skyrocketed: 64 Million Units Shipped Global tablet sales reached 64 million units in Q4 2012, representing quarterly growth of nearly 100% and year-on-year growth of 119%, according to the latest industry research from Futuresource Consulting. “The Q4 period accounted for nearly half of all tablet sales last year, culminating in total sales …

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Desktop PC: Intel Says the End is Near

Desktop PC: Intel Says the End is Near Back on August 2010, I made a prediction: desktop PCs have an expiration date, and that time may not be far off. I followed-up that article with several more editorials, arguing on both sides of the position that enthusiast desktop PCs would be killed by unnecessary overclocking …

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