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Intel Atom Reaches 2GHz

Intel has announced the fastest Atom processor to date, the Z550 with a 2GHz clockspeed at its Beijing Developer Forum. Read full article

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Intel Netbook Platform Promises 2 sec Boot

Intel is working on a Linux-based mobile platform named Moblin, which they eventually hope has a two-second boot time. Read full article

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Intel Refreshes LV, ULV Processors

Intel has refreshed its lineup of Low Voltage (LV) and Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) processors with the highest-clocked variants to date. Read full article

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Intel CPU Lineup Adjustments in May

Intel is planning to update its notebook CPU lineup this spring, introducing new models and discontinuing old ones. Read full article

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New Intel CPUs Coming for Ultraportable Notebooks

Intel is planning to introduce two new Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) processors in March this year, aimed at ultraportable notebooks. Read full article

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Intel will not reduce notebook prices

A DigiTimes report alleges Intel is telling its partners not to expect any price cuts until June this year in response to speculation that they would reduce prices in the[...] Read full article

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Leaked Intel roadmap shows Pineview coming Q4

A leaked Intel processor roadmap shows the company's next-gen 'Pineview' netbook platform will not arrive until Q4 this year. Read full article

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Intel Atom N280 to Launch this Month

A DigiTimes report states that Intel is moving the launch of its next-generation Atom N280 processor to mid-February, up from its originally scheduled second-half '09 launch. Read full article

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Intel Pineview netbook platform coming 2H ’09

A DigiTimes report alleges Intel will introduce its next-generation netbook platform, Pineview, in the second half of this year. Read full article

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Intel introduces CULV platform for ultraportables

According to a DigiTimes report, Intel plans to introduce a Consumer Ultra Low-Voltage (CULV) platform for ultraportable notebooks in the second quarter of this year. Read full article