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Google reportedly contemplating designing and using its own chips

Google reportedly contemplating designing and using its own chips

In what could end up being a blow to Intel, Google is contemplating both designing and using its own server processors, according to a source who spoke to the folks at Bloomberg. There would be several benefits for the Internet giant if it decides to undertake such efforts, particularly the control offered over the crossroads betwixt software and hardware. Nothing has been set in stone, however, and the source says plans could end up changing.

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Gateway LT41P notebook returns with touchscreen action

Gateway LT41P notebook returns with touchscreen action

This week the 10.1-inch Gateway LT41P is being announced this week with a fully renewed interest in touchscreens for the next generation in personal computing. This notebook brings on HD LCD technology with 1366 x 768 pixels across it. You'll also find an Intel Celeron processor inside alongside 2GB DDR3L SDRAM.

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Intel pitching OnCue web TV service to Verizon tip insiders

Intel pitching OnCue web TV service to Verizon tip insiders

Intel is hunting $500m and a chip supply deal for its ailing OnCue pay TV service, it's reported, despite the system not having launched yet, with Verizon, Samsung, and others tipped to be in talks about a sale. The processor company had hoped to launch OnCue - which would include TV and mobile streaming over an internet connection - sometime this year, but struggled to ink the necessary content deals among other issues; now, Bloomberg reports, it's aiming for a second-best solution.

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Dell XPS 11 2-in-1 and XPS 13 refresh released to the wild

Dell XPS 11 2-in-1 and XPS 13 refresh released to the wild

This week the folks at Dell have issued forth two of there newest notebook machines - the Dell XPS 11 2-in-1 and the Dell XPS 13. These machines are both rolling with extremely high definition displays and work with the newest in new 4th generation Haswell Intel Core processors, not to mention Gorilla Glass up front to protect that all-important screen. Both of these systems are being made available today through Dell online.

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Intel Retail Experience stores launch on November 23

Intel Retail Experience stores launch on November 23

Intel is about ready to roll out temporary "experience" stores, which it calls pop-ups, that will provide local areas with access to various Intel technologies and devices. The temporary stores will begin showing up starting on November 23, and will continue to pop up in different regions until January 25, 2014, at which point they'll fizzle back into the silence.

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