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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 processor confirmed as Clover Trail+ with LTE abilities

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 processor confirmed as Clover Trail+ with LTE abilities

This week the folks at Samsung delivered news of two new Galaxy Tab 3 devices, each of them bringing with them the next generation of GALAXY S 4 aesthetics and wireless abilities. The 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab 3 was delivered with a note that it'd be bringing a dual-core Intel processor inside, but only in a very general way - certainly not what Android addicts were looking for in their detail journals. Today though, Intel has come to the rescue with specifics.

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Intel launches dual-core Atom processor platform formerly known as Clover Trail+

Intel launches dual-core Atom processor platform formerly known as Clover Trail+

Intel has officially launched its new dual-core Atom processor-based platform that was formerly known as Clover Trail+. The new platform has officially launched at Mobile World Congress 2013 and will be featured in a range of new products, ecosystems, and other platforms including Android tablets. The new platform promises significantly improved power consumption among other features.

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Intel Atom Processor Z2760 Clover Trail detailed for Windows 8 tablet glory

Intel Atom Processor Z2760 Clover Trail detailed for Windows 8 tablet glory

The processor formally known as Clover Trail has been re-introduced this week at an event showing off its greatness in a collection of Windows 8 hero machines. This is the Intel Atom Processor Z2760, made to run Windows 8 tablets and tablet convertables. Here you've got optimization for both the new Windows 8 touch-friendly interface and the classic Windows desktop mode along with "fast and responsive performance" in a variety of machines that are, in this showing, lightweight, sleek, and overall rather tiny.

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Intel smartphone and tablet chip roadmap leaks: Bay Trail-T the star for Android

Intel smartphone and tablet chip roadmap leaks: Bay Trail-T the star for Android

It would appear that the folks at Intel are not giving up - by any means - on their ventures into the smartphone and tablet universe as a roadmap of processor architecture leaks today. This selection of next-generation hardware will be used in Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Android 4.2 devices, leaving Windows RT in the dust (not that Intel was all that excited about the platform in the first place, as it were). It all begins with a suggestion from Digitimes, Taiwan-based newspaper sources speaking up on two new tablet platforms Cherry Trail and Willow Trail, both of which will come in with 14nm processes.

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JJ Abrams “Stranger” trailer teases mix of The Crow and Frankenstein

JJ Abrams “Stranger” trailer teases mix of The Crow and Frankenstein

The production team known as Bad Robot, synonymous with J.J. Abrams works like Star Trek, have just released a trailer that could as easily be for a remake of The Crow as it could be for a new edition of Frankenstein. While it's slightly unlikely that it's either of these - one for one reason and the other for another - there's always that hope that a group like Bad Robot, one responsible for hit after hit, would take on a title that we'd love to see them take a handle on.

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Intel’s new Skulltrail platform is coming

Intel’s new Skulltrail platform is coming

So Intel got the bright idea to start repurposing their server level hardware for gaming. It really is genius, because hardcore servers can deal with massive amounts of processes quite well, and all they had to do was beef up the chipsets for more video performance and add some of the standard things that come on high end gaming boards like high end audio and PCIe x16 slots.

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Dell Venue 7 and 8 with Android released, compete for low-cost tablet supremacy

Dell Venue 7 and 8 with Android released, compete for low-cost tablet supremacy

As scheduled, Dell's newest tablets, the Venue 7 and Venue 8, were released Oct. 18 to compete in the low-cost Android tablet market. Both will run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and are primed for Android 4.3. In pricing the Venue 7 at $149 and the Venue 8 at $179, Dell is positioning the tablets as an alternative to older Android systems or Windows 8.1-enabled devices for similar price classes.

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Dell Venue 7 and 8 aim to undercut Nexus 7 with Intel innards

Dell Venue 7 and 8 aim to undercut Nexus 7 with Intel innards

With a gush of product releases this week the folks at Dell have come with more than just Windows - they've got a set of Dell Venue tablets running Android as well. Here we're seeing the Dell 7 come with a 7-inch display while the Venue 8 works with work with an 8-inch screen, both of them fully touch-enabled and both of them appearing with optional 4G connectivity. What's key with these releases for the company is making certain they'll be able to compete with the most popular tablet on the market today - the Nexus 7 from Google.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Review

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Review

Each new release of the Samsung Galaxy Tab proves the company's willingness to stick with the brand name - and power. Samsung has the power to release a new wave of tablets each year without specific specification boosts bit-by-bit. Keep that in mind when you have a peek at this machine's top-to-bottom, especially when it comes to the final product.

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