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Sony VAIO P Gets 2GHz Atom, Windows 7

Sony has updated its 8-inch ultraportable VAIO P with a faster 2.0GHz Intel Atom processor and Windows 7. Read full article

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More Dual-Core CPUS Coming for Ultra Thin Notebooks

A DigiTimes report states that Intel is planning to introduce more dual-core processors for its CULV platform starting in the fourth quarter of this year. Read full article

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Intel Atom N270 To Continue Powering Netbooks

According to a DigiTimes report, Intel is planning to delay the launch of its next-gen Atom N450 processor to the first quarter of next year. Read full article

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Intel Mobile Core i5/i7 Coming Early Next Year

RegHardware reports that Intel is planning to launch seven mobile processors based on the Core i5 and i7 architecture in Q1 2010. Read full article

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Intel Clarksfield Notebook CPUs Coming

A report claims that Intel updated its processor launch schedule for notebooks, including Core i7-based Clarksfield processors and new processors for ultra-thin notebooks. Read full article

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Intel Centrino Brand Moving to Wireless Products

Intel is revamping its CPU naming schemes in order to prepare for new products and move out old ones. Read full article

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Atom N270/280 Netbooks May Not Get Windows 7 Upgrade

According to a DigiTimes report, netbook manufactuers may not offer upgrades to Microsoft's upcoming Windows 7 operating system on their Intel Atom N270/N280-based netbooks. Read full article

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Intel Intros Dual-Core Celerons for Notebooks

Intel is planning to introduce a new line of dual-core Celeron CPUs for its Consumer Ultra Low Voltage (CULV) platform. Read full article

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Microsoft, Intel to Limit Windows 7 Netbooks to 10.2″

According to a DigiTimes report, Microsoft and Intel are planning to limit the screen sizes of netbooks running Windows 7 to 10.2 inches, down from the previous high of 12.1[...] Read full article

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Next-Gen Atom to Handle HD Decoding

Intel's next-generation Atom processor, dubbed Pine Trail, will be able to handle HD video decoding in conjunction with a Broadcom graphics chip. Read full article