New Handheld Windows PC Launches in April, Can Play GTA V

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The Win GPD is a micro Windows 10 system that packs an Atom SoC and Windows 10 Home into a 5.5-inch display with attached keyboard and gaming controllers. Its successor aims to up its game with a much larger portfolio of supported titles.

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Intel’s 2018 Roadmap Shows New High-End Cascade Lake-X Debuting Next Year

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Intel’s 2018 roadmaps show a new Cascade-X high-end CPU and a Gemini Lake Atom improvement that’s more than just a process shift. Meanwhile, Coffee Lake debuts across the product spectrum.

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Intel Launches Atom C3000 Servers With Up to 16 Cores, 256GB RAM

Intel has refreshed its dense server Atom hardware with new CPUs based on the Goldmont architecture, with 2-16 cores, low TDPs, and up to 4 10GbE ports.

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How Intel lost the mobile market, part 2: the rise and neglect of Atom

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In Part 2 we explore the specific decisions Intel made, the rise and neglect of Atom, and why the company’s superior foundry technology wasn’t enough to conquer the mobile market.

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Intel’s new low-cost Apollo Lake platform: Skylake graphics, new Goldmont CPU

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Intel is prepping a major launch in the back half of 2016, with a refreshed Atom architecture designed for lower power consumption and lower price points.

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17 travel inventions we need right now

Science has taken us to space, cured diseases and split the atom. Creating cooler travel pants should be a cinch.


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Intel rebrands Atom line, early 14nm Cherry Trail benchmarks leak

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Intel has rebranded its Atom product line to simplify its offerings — while Cherry Trail benchmarks have leaked at the same time. Will 2015 be the year that Atom finally competes?

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