These days, we’re bombarded with myriad buzzwords – from “big data” to “virtualisation”, from “hashtags” to “selfies.” All relevant and current, a realworld representation of the connected nature of our modern day lives. One vital term though, is “The Internet of Things” or “IoT” for short. Where anything and everything from your smartphone, fridge, sensors in your car, smartwatch, personal […]
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In its bid to drive further momentum of its 2014 PC Refresh Campaign, Intel Malaysia has announced a sizzling three-day ‘Fire Sale’ event starting from 26 June at the Firestorm outlet, Low Yat Plaza in Kuala Lumpur.
While “Llama Mountain”, SoFIA and the next generation Intel Atom SoCs took the limelight at Computex 2014 in Taipei last week, Intel made sure its desktop Core-based platform didn’t get completely ignored. “Devil’s Canyon”, an unlocked quad-core 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor (K-SKU) targeted at enthusiasts, was unleashed at the show.
In mid-April this year, WD introduced the My Passport Pro, the world’s first portable Thunderbolt dual-drive storage solution, aimed squarely at creative professionals and hardcore enthusiasts on the Mac platform. Bringing ultra high speed performance and user configurable RAID to end users, My Passport Pro is also ultra convenient, not needing external power, nor extra cables. I unboxed it recently, […]
WD, at Computex 2014 Taipei, demonstrated its first PCI Express hard drives, as well as the new SATA Express interface. The prototype SATA Express interface is a form of PCI Express technology, which is also offered on Intel’s recently launched Series-9 chipset motherboards (Z97 and H97).
Intel is poised to fuel the next era of computing, one that continues to expand beyond the traditional PC with focus on the cloud, mobile computing, the Internet of Things and wearable technology.
At a media roundtable session earlier today at Computex 2014, Intel gave a high-level update on its endeavours in the emerging wearable technology market. Tom Foldesi, Senior Director, New Devices Group, began by highlighting three key updates on Intel’s wearable journey. Introducing the Intel New Device Group Formed approximately a year ago, the Intel New Device Group is focused on […]
An Intel media roundtable session as part of Computex 2014 entitled “Wearable Technology: Redefining Computing” will be happening in a bit. This will be delivered by Tom Foldest, Senior Director, New Devices Group.
Intel’s big annual opening keynote at Computex 2014 in Taipei will be happening at 2pm today, at the Taipei International Convention Center (TICC). Entitled “Intel and the Taiwan Ecosystem: A Journey in Computing”, the keynote will be delivered by Renée James, president of Intel who will share how Intel continues to drive Moore’s Law forward and to enable the next […]