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Samsung Z is the world’s first Tizen smartphone

Samsung Z is the world’s first Tizen smartphone

The day that is almost three years in the making has finally arrived and Samsung has unveiled the first ever consumer Tizen smartphone, the Samsung Z. Sporting rather decent specs for a completely new breed of smartphones, the Samsung Z will most likely determine the future of the relatively new and untested Tizen platform.

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HP Split x2 brings detachable PC to USA

HP Split x2 brings detachable PC to USA

The device also known as the HP Pavilion x2 has arrived in the United States as the HP Split x2. This device works with a rather strange body, able to attach or detach from a keyboard for notebook or tablet functionality. Inside you’ll find Intel Bay Trail/ Haswell CPU action and it runs Windows 8.

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Intel tackles self-driving cars and anti-hack dashboards

Intel tackles self-driving cars and anti-hack dashboards

Intel is taking on self-driving cars, smarter next-gen dashboards, and better automotive security with a new In-Vehicle Solutions platform of chips and software to get vehicles like Google's autonomous pod on the roads quicker. A sub-division of Intel's Internet of Things group, the team's first products target cars with advanced safety and semi-autonomous systems - both on the road and when dealing with potential digital threats.

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Lenovo E10-30 10″ laptop appears on support page

Lenovo E10-30 10″ laptop appears on support page

A new Lenovo laptop has appeared on the company's website today, but the posting seems to be premature: instead of on a product page, the maker's new E10-30 10-inch notebook has cropped up on a Mobile Support page. In it we get a low-res look at the machine and a run down of its specs.

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Surface Pro 3: The tablet that can replace your laptop

Surface Pro 3: The tablet that can replace your laptop

Today the Surface Pro 3 was introduced officially. This device is an extremely thin tablet with the ability to work with Windows 8 with processing power for everyday tasks along with battery life long enough to last a day. This device works with a 12-inch display (diagonally) with a body that's thinner than its predecessors.

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Intel Broadwell chips promised for Q4 2014

Intel Broadwell chips promised for Q4 2014

There should be little doubt now that the Broadwell generation of Intel chips will be out before the end of the year. This means higher-power processing and lower energy consumption - and it means Intel is bringing on chips faster than previously reported.

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Lenovo ThinkStation P300 packs FLEX module and finessed case

Lenovo ThinkStation P300 packs FLEX module and finessed case

Lenovo has outed its latest workstation, the ThinkStation P300, an entry-level desktop aimed at 3D designers, engineers, and CAD modelers who might occasionally want to move their PC around. Running Windows on Intel's Xenon E3-1200v3 processors with HD P4600 graphics, the P300 will be offered in two styles: a regular tower, and a small-form-factor version.

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Intel gets Siri rival with Ginger digital assistant buy for Jarvis

Intel gets Siri rival with Ginger digital assistant buy for Jarvis

Intel has snapped a Siri-rivaling personal assistant, raiding Ginger Software's Cortana style artificial intelligence tech for what's presumably a play for better wearables. Sixteen of Ginger's engineers from the natural language processing (NLP) division will follow the software to Intel, where it could show up in the chip manufacturer's whispering-wearable, the Jarvis headset.

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Surface Mini Snapdragon switch tipped as whole range refreshed

Surface Mini Snapdragon switch tipped as whole range refreshed

Microsoft's "Surface mini" will be one of a number of new Windows tablets revealed on May 20th, insiders claim, with the software giant said to be readying both Windows RT and full Windows 8.1 models. The new Surface RT 8.1 models will also mark a switch in architecture, it's suggested, with Qualcomm's Snapdragon said to be under the hood.

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This is Acer’s Core i3 Chromebook

This is Acer’s Core i3 Chromebook

Acer took a "look but don't touch" approach when it revealed it was working on a Core i3 version of the C720 Chromebook back in New York City last month, but was feeling a little more accommodating today alongside Google and Intel. From the outside, as you'd expect, the C720 variant isn't especially different from the Chromebook we reviewed earlier; it's on the inside where things get interesting.

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Intel Education Chromebook hands-on

Intel Education Chromebook hands-on

With Intel’s latest effort in the computing market, they’re making their way into education with a device simply called "Education Chromebook." This is a reference design, so to speak, but it’ll be ready to use this year by students worldwide. Here you’ve got utter simplicity while retaining computing power and an education aim.

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A Chrome OS tablet? Don’t hold your breath

A Chrome OS tablet? Don’t hold your breath

Google is still hedging its bets on Chrome OS tablets, the company has confirmed, delivering touch initially but holding off on introducing new form-factors until it figures out if there's really a demand for them. Speaking during Intel's Chromebook event today, Caesar Sengupta, VP of product management at Google, insisted that the company was still in the "wait and see" stage.

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