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AMD’s eagerly-awaited Ryzen processor will launch in early March, according to AMD chief executive Lisa Su. The target date was announced during the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call.
“There will be widespread system availability from day one,” Su said during the call. Channel vendors will receive the first Ryzen chips, along with system integrators. More traditional hardware vendors will come later, Su added.
That statement implies that vendors like Dell or HP (neither of which have been officially confirmed to be using the Ryzen chip) will be asked to wait, while AMD caters to boutique PC vendors. Ryzen will take on Intel’s highest-end Core chips, specifically the Core i5 and Core i7 processors, Su said.
Viber, the leading mobile communications platform offering free messaging and HD-quality phone calls, announces today the release of Viber Desktop for PC and Mac. The new versions seamlessly integrate with existing mobile versions of the app and provide the same super-simple setup process that uses your phone number as your ID.
Comparative review of digital pens that incorporate Anoto’s technology: the Nokia SU-1B, Sony Ericsson’s CHA-30 Chatpen, and Logitech’s io Pen. These pens capture what you’re writing and either store it as a file or transmit it over Bluetooth to a cellphone or PC.
Just ordered for this baby online for my birthday! The Konica-Minolta DiMAGE A1 is a prosumer digital camera with a 5-megapixel sensor, an excellent 7x optical zoom, and Minolta’s special “Anti-Shake” technology which uses internal sensors to detect body motion and move the CCD in the opposite direction. Cool! [Reviews: PC Mag & DP Review]
The eBeam System 3 wireless is equipped with Bluetooth and can wirelessly transfer notes and drawings to your PC or Mac. What’s more, it even allows users to connect their handheld PDAs with Palm or PocketPC operating systems.
Palm Infocenter: The Tungsten T3 packs a brilliant 320×480 screen, a 400mhz Intel XScale processor and 64MB of RAM in a compact and functional design. The T3 prominently features the largest screen found on a Palm branded handheld to date, and double the resolution of any Pocket PC. Palm Inc’s new top of the line Tungsten handheld with a large screen and small form factor debuts with a $399 price tag.
Gizmodo: Unlike the Roomba, the Roboking from LG Electronics can automatically figure out the best way to clean a room, and once its finished, return to its charging station. The next version of the Roboking looks even better: it should be able to connect to a home wireless network and be controllable remotely by a PC, cellphone, or PDA, so youll be able to have it clean the house while youre at work.