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Caret has been developed by a team of scientists from the UC Berkeley electrical engineering and computer science department’s Algorithms, Machines, and People Laboratory (AMP Lab).
Gewirtz’s reasoning is that he puts too much stock in “Xbox the brand” as opposed to “Xbox the console”.
Cheaper x86-powered tablets that can run any software that can run on a PC will be seen as a safer bet than a cut-down tablet PC running a locked-down operating system.
iFixit have given the new MacBook Pro a reparability score of 1 out of ten, calling it “virtually non-upgradeable”.
The FirePro W600 is capable of powering up to six screens or displays thanks to the mini DisplayPort connectors - and supports a maximum resolution of 4096 x 2304 per screen or projector.
While sales played a part in Apple’s decision to drop the larger of the MacBook Pro systems, it wasn’t the only reason for their demise.
A year from now the in-car GPS landscape is likely to be a very different place.
If you were expecting a major upgrade, you’re likely to be seriously disappointed.
The problem is that more cores need more power, and more power means more heat generated.
Apple has patented the design of the MacBook Air. Consider how much difference there is between Apple’s portable and any other Ultrabook? The answer is very little.
The biggest problem with Windows 8 is that it wasn’t born out of a need or demand. Its design failures, particularly with ‘Metro UI’ will likely be its downfall. Here’s why.
New video shows a unibody metal chassis large enough to support a 4-inch screen.
Cable providers could sweeten the deal by offering a $500 subsidy.
Windows 8 might be new, but it’s still Windows, and enterprise knows how Windows works and how to keep it working, whether it be installed on desktops, notebooks, servers, or tablets.
If you want Microsoft Office for Android or iOS, then you’d better hope that Windows-powered tablets fall flat on their face.
Spoiler alert: They both break.
This feels like netbooks all over again, and it won’t be long before a promising platform is driven into the ground in an attempt to cost as many costs as possible.
The Transformer Book seems like a good idea, but the devil could be hiding in the detail.
The problem with processor names is that history tells us that there’s very little we can deduce about the underlying hardware from these letters and numbers.
Can Microsoft’s upcoming operating system keep up with — or even beat — Windows 7, or does Microsoft still have work to do?