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Intel

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC; SEHK: 4335; Euronext: INCO) is the inventor of the x86 series of microprocessors, the processors found in most personal computers. The company is the world's largest semiconductor chip maker, based on revenue.

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Apple Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi Introduces Apple's IOS X Yosemite Operating System at the World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco
Apple MacBook Air With Retina Display Exected in October, 12 inch Version Delayed, EFI Update for Mid-2011 MacBook Air Released

By IBTimes AU

Apple is expected to launched a refreshed MacBook Air featuring new retina displays in October. However, the 12 inch version of the same should not be expected before end 2014 or early 2015. (Jul 23)

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Asus to Launch Zenfone 4, 5 and 6 on 11 April in China; Specs Details
Asus Memo Pad 7 Makes For a Strong Case in the Low-End Android Tablet Segment

By IBTimes AU

The new Asus Memo Pad 7 with its strong performance and good battery life does make a strong case for itself in the ultra low price segment. Couple that with good build quality and an UI that fortunately isn't too obtrusive for a decent Android experience. (Jul 21)

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Microsoft
Microsoft Gunning For Google Chromebooks With a $199 HP Stream Notebook, New Rockchip, MediaTek Chips Could Make Chromebooks Even Cheaper

By IBTimes AU

Microsoft is aiming squarely at the Google Chromebooks and have announced a slew of devices including the $99 HP Stream to offer viable alternative in the low cost notebook segment. Acer and Toshiba too would be launching devices in this segment though those will be priced $249 each. (Jul 19)

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A Google logo is seen at the garage where the company was founded on Google's 15th anniversary in Menlo Park, California
Google Extends Thread to Rope in More Manufacturers

By IBTimes AU

Google’s Nest Labs has launched an industry group to smart home gadget makers to comply with Thread--a new standard for devices to communicate on a network, reported Reuters. Google Nest Labs is a thermostat maker acquired by Google to lead initiat... (Jul 18)

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Intel
Intel’s Next Generation Skylake Processors On Schedule Next Year

By IBTimes AU

Intel will be launching its much awaited Skylake processors next year, reported IDG News. The clarification puts to rest all concerns on a possible delay after problems in its Broadwell chip surfaced. (Jul 18)

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Google
Google Nexus 8 Release Date Likely Soon as Tablet Rendered Highlighting Android L’s Material Design

By IBTimes AU

The Google Nexus 8 on release date is rumoured to be a master piece that will roll out from the HTC assembly lines this 2014 but a new device concept offered a glimpse of how Android L will further enhance the pure Android tab beauty. (Jul 17)

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Acer Launches Intel Core i3 Powered C270 Chromebook

By IBTimes AU

Acer has refreshed its C270 Chromebook line-up, offering a speed bump in the form of a fourth gen Intel Core i3 chip. (Jul 12)

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 concept image
Galaxy Note 4 on Release Date Confirmed with 8-Core Exynos Chip, Intel LTE Modem & Mali GPU - Report

By IBTimes AU

The Galaxy Note 4 on release date is definitely unpacking with a 64-bit eight core Exynos SoC-powered version that likely will see wider market deployment than the previous edition. (Jul 11)

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Apple CEO Tim Cook departs the stage following his keynote address at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, California
App Store Releases 2014 MacBook Pro Teaser with More Killer Specs, Delayed Release Possible due to Intel

By IBTimes AU

September has always been an Apple month. Thus, as the month approaches, more information about its upcoming hardware releases like the 2014 MacBook Pro surfaced. App Store even let out a teaser suggesting the release. (Jul 10)

Samsung, Intel, Dell Form OIC to Set Standards for Gadgets

By IBTimes AU

A group of frontline Technology companies have joined to establish a consortium that will seek common standards for gadgets, reports Reuters. This is in line with the trend in the Internet of Things. The companies joining hands will be Samsung Electronics, Intel Corp and Dell. (Jul 10)

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