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Google shows of its vision for “better together” at CES

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CES has been an interesting show this year, with notable absences and -- according to those attending -- blank spaces on the show floor. Regardless of who is there and who isn't, there...

CES 2022 is going ahead, but without several major names

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Google is just one of the names that have withdrawn from CES 2022 in Las Vegas amid concerns around the Omicron COVID-19 variant. This is despite the requirement to produce evidence of vaccination...

The Intel NUC 11 Extreme kit is a beast in name and performance

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The Intel NUC has been a revelation into the minimalist computing market, offering a small footprint and performance to meet needs. But users who need big performance have somewhat left out of the...

Intel Tiger Canyon NUC Review — Small, power friendly and powerful enough for almost...

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This time last year we took a look at the NUC10i7FNH (a mouthful I know) which is a tiny but mighty workhorse. Very powerful in terms of specs and quite mighty from a...

Thunderbolt 4 will be a huge step forward for hollistic connectivity

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Hardwired connectivity is nearly at a point where we have something resembling a complete standard. Unfortunately, it can still be a bit confusing as -- despite USB-C being a connection standard -- there...

Intel NUC10i7FNH Review — Minimalist computing with maximum punch

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Here we are, it’s the start of Q2 2020 and the world is in disarray. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused massive changes to lifestyle, workflow and social life. The Internet has become more of...

Intel NUC (NUC10i7FNH) — First Impressions

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Intel NUC (Next Unit of Computing) Mini PC’s are very interesting beasts. They’re not the most powerful PC you can get your hands on -- not far off though -- and they’re far...

MWC: Intel and NTT Docomo are two more pulling out of the international conference

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This afternoon, Intel and NTT have joined the likes of LG, ZTE, Ericsson, Sony, Nvidia, Amazon and TCL in reducing or cancelling their presence at MWC 2020 following the international Coronavirus outbreak. Confirmed by Reuters...

Intel confirms its new upgradeable gaming NUC

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Intel's NUCs are small-footprint computers that are great for saving desktop space while still allowing you to complete typical computer tasks like browsing the web and creating documents. The latest NUC Intel has shown us...

Intel Hades Canyon NUC — Ausdroid Review

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The performance of Next Unit of Computing (NUC) barebone computers has slowly become comparable to standard desktop PCs at a fraction of the size. In the past year or two Intel have moved their...

Telstra make the first end-to-end 5G phone call on a commercial network

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5G is the current buzz-word in telecommunications circles with each provider trying to get their product to market first. Today Telstra have taken a step towards being the first with a 5G phone call...

Google issuing patches to fix new Meltdown and Spectre exploits in Intel, ARM and...

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Security researchers have discovered and disclosed two new exploits that can be executed against modern processors dubbed "Meltdown" and "Spectre". The range of potentially affected processors is vast: "Meltdown and Spectre exploit critical vulnerabilities in...

Fossil finally announces their Intel powered Android Wear watch

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Overnight, fashion brand Fossil has finally announced their Intel powered Android Wear watch alongside a range of other fitness trackers in a line they've dubbed their 'Q' series. There's four devices that have been announced,...

Intel announces new ‘Skylake’ processors with Y Series for Tablets, ‘Detachables’ and compute sticks

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Intel has a press event this morning here at IFA in Berlin, what they will unveil isn't clear, but could be a more formal public unveiling of their new Skylake series of processors. Their...

Fossil shows off their first Android Wear device at the Intel Developer Forum

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US based design and manufacturing company Fossil were given the opportunity to show off their upcoming wearable range at Intel's annual Developer Forum, which is currently under way in San Francisco. Among the three...

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