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Intel recently announced its Pentium Silver and Gold CPUs, but what exactly are they? Learn the differences between these two processors and where they fit in the current ecosystem.
If you are using Intel’s CPU on your computer, chances are you are open to a recent exploit. Here’s how the Intel’s CPU was hacked and what you can do about it.
AMD’s Ryzen has a better performance than its predecessor, but how does it stack up in gaming performance? Is it enough to combat Intel’s market dominance? Let’s find out.
Intel has released the Intel Core i9 that boasts a whopping 18 cores. Why would a PC need that many cores, and why did Intel come up with this processor?
You have probably heard of the ARM processor and Intel x86 processors. Let’s find out the technical differences between ARM and Intel x86 processors.
Intel’s processor naming is a big old box of chaos. If you are ever confused of the differences between i3, i5 and i7, this article will clear things up.
Turbo Boost is a performance enhancement found in the newest Macs which are using the latest Intel processors. Here’s how to have complete control of this new feature.
Intel has recently started to produce CPUs for mobile. How does its mobile chipset stack up against ARM? Will Intel be able to beat ARM at its own game?
Samsung came out with a new operating system for mobile devices, called Tizen. What makes Tizen any different? Will it be a threat to Android? Let check it out.
Intel has been a strong proponent of Linux and has recently released a new version of its graphics drivers for Linux and a program for easy installation.
What is SSD caching? How does it work? How can you enable this? These are all questions you’ll find the answer to in this piece.
PowerPC Macs have been discontinued by Apple but they’re still capable of basic computing tasks such as word processing, emailing and web browsing, the latter particularly true if not surfing with the resource-heavy Adobe Flash. Most of the tips covered here will be applicable to Intel Macs too – after all, the first couple of […]
This is the second part of the Hardware CPU Guide series. If you have missed the first part, you still can read the article factors that affect a CPU’s performance. When it comes to CPU, there are only two main players in the market: Intel and AMD. You may have seen reports saying that Intel […]
Being the brain of the computer, the CPU plays a very important role in determining the performance of the system. Unfortunately, when it comes to choosing the best CPU, you will probably feel like a lost sheep. With different brands, models, speeds and specifications to choose from, it can really be a difficult task to […]
MeeGo is a new Linux-based mobile operating system designed through the collaboration of Intel and Nokia developers. The name MeeGo is meant to convey a merging of Nokia’s Maemo and Intel’s Moblin. While Maemo was primarily geared toward handheld devices, such as the Nokia N800, N810, and N900 and Moblin was primarily geared toward netbooks, MeeGo […]
Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala was released two months ago. Until last week, I have not been able to get it running on my computer. Whenever I boot up from the LiveCD, it will load up a black screen and remain there. There is no chance of me getting into the desktop. The same incident occurred […]
Dual monitor setup in Linux has never been easier. While methods such as the xinerama extension sometimes drive people insane, using RandR (Resize and Rotate) is quick and painless. This will allow you to use both monitors as one big screen instead of two identical ones (cloning). Follow these simple steps to get started. Note: […]