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Toshiba’s product roadmap leaked

Toshiba’s product roadmap leaked

If this is authentic, Toshiba has some interesting products lined up through 2010. Techblog.gr leaked a powerpoint slide of Toshiba's product roadmap featuring a few handheld computers featuring the Qualcomm SnapDragon platform. There were prototypes first demoed at CES earlier this year, and from the looks of it, those prototypes are ending up as real products.

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Intel 32nm Atom netbook CPU appears on roadmap

Intel 32nm Atom netbook CPU appears on roadmap

Word of a 32nm Intel Atom processor has emerged, courtesy of a report by UBS Securities.  The roadmap shows a chip platform under the codename Medfield, set to launch in 2010, with onboard graphics and other I/O functionality currently handled by the chipset.  Both single and dual-core versions are tipped, and the report suggests that netbooks will evolve "from from basic web page consumption to multimedia consumption including high-definition (HD) video", although it's unclear if this is general speculation or based on Intel's expectations for Medfield.

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AMD Q4 2008 CPU Roadmap leaked; 45nm Quad-Core Phenoms coming

AMD Q4 2008 CPU Roadmap leaked; 45nm Quad-Core Phenoms coming

A slide detailing AMD's Q4 2008 roadmap has turned up on a Spanish forum, confirming that the company plans to announce its first Deneb quad-core desktop processors at CES 2009 in January.  Closer at hand, though, are the 2.5GHz 95W Phenom X3 8850 and the 2.6GHz 45W Athlon X2 5050e, with single- and dual-core low-power CPUs following in November.

HTC Roadmap reveals Omni super-smartphone

HTC Roadmap reveals Omni super-smartphone

I guess it's a day for slick renderings.  First the Motorola Zante, rumoured to fit somewhere into the Sidekick range, and now HTC's Omni, rumours about which have been rumbling around the internet like discretely-passed wind in a communal bath.  A folding smartphone similar in concept to the Nokia Communicator, sources would have it that this image - and the following information - is taken from an HTC roadmap detailing the device's October launch.

 

2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata First Drive – Roadster Reborn

2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata First Drive – Roadster Reborn

It's close to being a miracle that the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata exists. As the cars around it get bigger, more luxurious, and more insulated from the road beneath them, and as semi-autonomous technologies become more and more mainstream, a tiny, purist roadster seems all the more an outlier. Surely Mazda's accountants and its "brand strategists" will weigh in and, for this fourth-generation, dilute the MX-5 with demands for practicality? Read on, because I have good news.

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Here’s what Honda’s new R&D hub in the Valley is working on

Here’s what Honda’s new R&D hub in the Valley is working on

You're nobody in automotive these days without a flashy R&D center in Silicon Valley, and Honda is stepping up its game as it cooks up new semi-autonomous driving, green engine, and smart car technologies. While it's not Honda's first footprint in the Valley - that happened back in 2000 - it's certainly the biggest play from the firm, with the new facility the company's largest research & development site outside of Japan. The fruits of the new center will eventually trickle down to production cars, but Honda gave us a sneak peek of what it's been working on.

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Forget fitness, Misfit Flash Link could be a smart home essential

Forget fitness, Misfit Flash Link could be a smart home essential

Misfit hasn't only made one of the cheapest fitness wearables around, the Misfit Flash Link could well end up a must-have for the smart home. The $19.99 health tracker announced today is designed to clip to a wristband, belt, or other item of clothing, and funnel movement stats into your phone. All the same, for anybody with more than a toe dipped into home automation its potential as an affordable way to address one of the lingering frustrations after you've upgraded to wireless lights, appliances, and more, is clear.

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