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Intel to reduce workforce by 5 per cent this year

Intel Corp. plans to cut its workforce this year to reduce its costs and realign its personnel to better meet the company’s business needs as well as market requirements. The reduction of headcount will also help Intel to invest more into growing segments of the market, such as ultra-mobile devices, …

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Intel rapidly transitioning desktop chips to Haswell architecture

Intel Corp. is speedily transitioning its lineup of desktop central processing units (CPUs) to the “Haswell” micro-architecture. Broader availability of newer chips across various price segments ultimately makes Intel’s desktop microprocessor family more competitive against its arch-rival AMD. According to sources familiar with Intel’s plans, the share of desktop processors …

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Samsung to release Galaxy Core- A low end S3

Samsung will be releasing a new phone early next year – the Galaxy Core Advance. It looks similar to an S3 but it definitely does not have the same specs, in fact, it’s screen resolution is going to be worse than that found on the original Galaxy S which was …

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Win a Z87 mainboard from Asus

The world is waiting with baited breath for Intel’s 4th Generation of Core processor – due to arrive shortly in the hallowed halls of Computex. Now ASUS is giving you the chance to win an amazing Z87 mainboard ! ASUS today have announced the complete lineup of motherboards built around …

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Samsung shows off new Galaxy Core budget handset

Just when you thought there wasn’t any more room in the Smartphone universe for another Galaxy, Samsung comes along and shows off another. This one known as the Core, is a budget version, designed to offer a functional contemporary handset for a smaller fee than it’s bigger brothers. Thanks to the TechRadar …

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APU13 in November will help you bridge platforms

While the advent of Quad HD TV might provide one of the biggest challenges to console gaming in the coming years, there seems little doubt that having a single code platform might be one of the biggest benefits for the development community in years. KitGuru eyes San Jose in November …

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Braebo Enforcer Gaming PC Review

Today we are going to look at the Enforcer gaming PC which is a mid-range system from a company called Braebo Computers. They are a relatively small company who cater predominantly for the low to mid range of the PC market, however they have a few attractively featured overclocked gaming …

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Samsung goes with 1.9GHz quad core S4

As reported on KitGuru a while back, the new Samsung S4 products will have the kind of processing power and storage specification that would not have looked out of place in a desktop PC 10 years ago. It now seems that the UK launch spec for the S4 has been …

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Biostar TZ77XE4 Motherboard Review

The Biostar brand doesn’t have a massive presence in the UK, at least not in the enthusiast segment of the market.  We consider Asus, ASRock and Gigabyte to be the top three enthusiast brands on the market at the moment but this is something Biostar are looking to change with …

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Intel Sandybridge revelation. No O/C for poor i3 ?

Will Intel reduce overclocking options on its next generation processors?  That’s what KitGuru spies are hearing and it is slightly worrying. A concerned KitGuru investigates. Back in the 90s, AMD managed to stretch out a significant lead over Intel in the enthusiast space for one simple reason. Intel doggedly refused …

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Intel kills 750 – crowns new champion

Word has just reached KitGuru that one of the most popular enthusiast CPUs in the world, the Core i5 750, has been handed a long sword, pointed in the direction of its family temple at dawn and told to cut out its main intestine before plunging the cold metal into …

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Intel set to put cooler makers out of business?

6he launch of Intel’s super-over-clocking 675 and 875 processors means increased performance. Super-charging your chips will mean you need one important thing, more juice. But that juice brings its own problems. Intel solution will send ripples through the cooler industry. Everyone knows that the stock (standard) cooler that ships in …

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Special K: Could Intel 655k hit under $200 trade ?

Intel has reacted very quickly to AMD’s highly overclockable Phenom II X6 processors, by prepping the launch of 2 hugely overclockable parts at the end of May. In this space, pricing will be crucial. Dubbed the Core i5 665 and Core i7 875, these new chips ship with their metaphorical …

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No need for quad core Atoms (just yet) says Intel

No additional cores on the horizon for the users that might need them most? While professing that more cores are always better, it seems that the Intel hierarchy have no immediate plans to bring quad core goodness to netbooks yet. Intel Insiders KitGuru spoke to earlier today said that “Software still has a …

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“Little Idiot” designs world’s best mainboard?

To Italians, Shamino means little idiot. However, in EVGA’s labs, it means Peter Tan: The Godfather of modding mainboard design and he’s about to put horses in the beds of anyone who doesn’t take him seriously. As Intel processors move from single to dual to quad and finally six core …

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