The Daily Slash: October 12th 2010

Evan Selleck - Oct 12, 2010
The Daily Slash: October 12th 2010

As we march on through October, we’re having to keep up with companies all over the globe announcing something new. Today we saw the release of Sony products with Google TV, and we even got some on-time analysis of the upcoming products. In our story from around the Web, we’ll take a look at how Intel is doing, as they’ve just announced their third quarter results. And then to end the night, we’ll take a look at what’s been going on around the R3 Media Network. Welcome to the Tuesday edition of The Daily Slash.

From Around the Web

Intel Reports Record Revenue: Earlier this afternoon, Intel came forward and announced their third quarter results, which turned out quite good for the company. This is the best quarter they’ve had since the second quarter of this year, so it looks like Intel is on a continual rise. The company reported $3 billion in profit, on a record $11.1 billion reported in revenue. Interestingly enough, it looks like the bump in numbers doesn’t have anything to do with Atom-based netbooks, and has quite a bit to do with a three percent increase in laptops and server chips sales. True enough, considering Atom chips decreased by four percent.

R3 Media Network


Google TV Gets Analyzed
Sony Unveils the New Google TV HDTV Line-up
Lockheed & DARPA Provide an Aimbot for Snipers
Palm Pre 2 Breaks Cover
Windows Phone 7 and What it Means to Teens
Acer Aspire TimelineX Gets Reviewed

Android Community

Sony Unveils the New Blu-ray Player with Google TV
Verizon Set to Train Employees on 4G and Galaxy Tab in November


Sonim Technologies Unveils XP1300 Core Rugged Phone
EA Shows Its Commitment to Windows Phone 7

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