Supports SATA 6Gb/s interface
Intel has debuted an experimental 48-core processor that could help revolutionize the future design of laptops, PCs and servers.
Indeed, the next-generation chip boasts approximately 10 to 20 times the processing engines found inside today's most popular Intel Core-branded CPUs.
"Best value to customers" tale
Squeezable user-interface technology
In light of terror threat
Oh ye nanometer, how small can ye get?
Memory chips do well. Windows 7, anyone?
Leaked roadmap shows 2010 plans
MIT talks turkey to manufacturers
Abandon ship all ye who enter here
Transfers 625 MB per second
Unbootable with cracked screens
Denies 5970 thermal overclocking issues