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Portable audio and video workstation manufacturer Rain Computers has released the new LiveBook V, a high-performance laptop designed for 3D arts and video editing.
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Intel announced today their new Silvermont microarchitecture, a new design for 22nm Tri-Gate SoC chips.
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If you had a heart condition, or diabetes, getting on-the-spot data about your condition from the clothing you wear could revolutionize your treatment.
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High-performance RAID storage solution developer Promise Technology unveiled a low cost turnkey storage area network (SAN) solution: the new VTrak A-Class.
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While there hasn’t yet been a formal teardown of Samsung’s (005930) upcoming Galaxy S IV smartphone yet, we can now confirm what technology it will use for its graphics processor.
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SAGE Electrochromics is all about its people, its products and its company culture. The vision of the company is to deliver a durable, reliable and high-performance energy-saving electrochromic product for buildings and to provide a healthier indoor environment for their occupants.
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PernixData introduces a software-defined “Flash Virtualization Platform” that aggregates and virtualizes flash storage distributed across servers into a scale-out data tier for enterprise data centers to provide low cost, deterministic high performance to any out-of-box application.
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You still can't touch an OUYA. Not until March, at the earliest, and that's only if you're a Kickstarter backer.
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The CES 2013 show floor hasn't even opened its doors yet, but NVIDIA is already making waves with the unveiling of Project Shield, a handheld gaming system that delivers a high-performance console experience.
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