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  1. Weekend Open Forum: What heatsink / water kit cools your computer?Read the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | TechSpot

    ... outfitted with low-voltage fans, I hardly hear the PC at all. With this week's open forum, we'd like to hear about your CPU cooling solution. Do you stick with the retail heatsink or prefer an aftermarket cooler? Are you after performance or a quiet ...

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  2. AMD's Carrizo: What's The Fuss AboutRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Seeking Alpha

    ... Pro), and then mainly for Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL ), should reveal how much importance the market places on that aspect of a CPU/APU. One of the big (literally) issues with Carrizo is, it's large at 250mm2. Kaveri was also very big, almost the same ...

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  3. Killer Live Photos Of Samsung Galaxy S6/Galaxy S6 Edge Emerge...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | International Business Times

    People walk behind a glass window bearing the logo of Samsung Electronics at the company's headquarters in Seoul November 6, 2009. Ahead of the Samsung Galaxy S6 release, two new live photos of the handset and its curved-edge-display variant, the Galaxy S6 Edge, have been leaked by XDA Developers.

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  4. HTC One M9 Blazing Speed Attacks Samsung Galaxy S6 New 14nm Exynos...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | International Business Times

    The HTC One M9 has been gathering similar hype and interest as with Samsung's Galaxy S6 series. Following ideal market reception of the HTC One M8, all eyes are on the M9 as more details suggest that its under the hood configurations will be killer.

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  5. ChipWhisperer Hits KickstarterRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Hack a day

    Even the most well designed crypto algorithms can be broken if someone is smart enough to connect an oscilloscope to a processor. Over the last 15 years or so, an entire domain of embedded security has cropped up around the techniques of power and side channel analysis.

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  6. Ag leaders connect with CubaRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    A delegation of 75 top U.S. agriculture leaders organized by Minnetonka -based Cargill will arrive in Cuba this weekend on a trade mission to explore the potential for increased business between the two countries. Leaders said the trip will be a "learning journey" to understand what Cuba may need from American farms, including corn, soybeans and rice, and what products the U.S. might receive from Cuba if less restrictive trade policies are adopted by both countries.

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  7. February 2015 Server StorageIO Update NewsletterRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

    Hello and welcome to this February 2015 Server and StorageIO update newsletter. The new year is off and running with many events already underway including the recent USENIX FAST conference and others on the docket over the next few months.

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  8. SKULLY Closes $11M Series A Financing, Led by Walden Riverwood Ventures and Intel CapitalRead the original story

    Yesterday | Venture Capital Access Online

    SKULLY, Inc., maker of intelligent vehicle systems, has completed an $11 million Series A financing led by Walden Riverwood Ventures and Intel Capital. Participants in the round also include Formation 8, Techstars, Eastlink Capital and Western Technology Investments.

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  9. Juicers that do best in Consumer Reports' testsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Consumer Reports

    Breville makes a lot of exceptional small appliances, including our top-rated food processor, the Breville Sous Chef BFP800XL/A , and our number one toaster oven, the Breville Smart Oven BOV800XL . It can now add juicer to the list of things it does well, after the Breville Juice Fountain Elite 800JEXL/B landed on the recommended list in Consumer Reports' latest juicer tests .

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  10. TI drives energy management and digital power innovation at APEC 2015Read the original story

    3 hrs ago | Customer Interaction Solutions

    Join representatives in booth No. 1001 as TI unveils new product demonstrations; awards prizes; and uncovers end-to-end power management system designs including hardware, software and reference designs that help power supply engineers get to market quickly.

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  11. Transactors -- Expanding the Role of FPGA-Based PrototypesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | EETimes

    Extending their functionality through the use of a transactor interface opens up tremendous possibilities to designers. Continuing the discussions we began by considering the Five Challenges to FPGA-Based Prototyping , we'll now take a look at some recent functionality this is now available with the most sophisticated prototyping platforms.

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  12. Review: Dell XPS 13Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Technabob.com

    ... all the way up to a Core i7-5600U (4M cache/3.2 GHz). My review unit has the Core i5-5200U (3M cache/2.7GHz) CPU, which is plenty fast for all of the productivity and design apps I use on a daily basis, including Photoshop, Lightroom, Chrome, and ...

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  13. Anritsu, Cavium Develop Small Cell Manufacturing Test Solution that...Read the original story

    4 hrs ago | Information Technology

    ... platform with a modular design that can accommodate up to four test modules, all of which feature a high-speed CPU and large memory, making it well suited for manufacturing environments. Its flexible design lowers test costs and allows for faster ...

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  14. Tips and Tricks for developing Apps with the Intel RealSense SDK 2014 R1Read the original story

    4 hrs ago | The Code Project

    ... hands gestures). This will help in only running required modality for each section. But remember switch to thread can be CPU intensive. (thanks Marty!) To add stability (less twitch), limit the number of joints you track based on these tips: Bent ...

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  15. EE deploys next-generation 4G+, delivers speeds of up to 400MbpsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | WinBeta

    Once smartphone consumers around the world got a taste of what 4G LTE can deliver, the technology rather quickly became a necessity on flagships and some mid-range smartphones. Nothing short of very fast Wi-Fi could beat 4G's ability to instantly stream high-definition YouTube and Netflix, or load webpages in a matter of seconds on a mobile device.

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  16. Here's why Windows 10 is terrible for your laptop's battery lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Digital Trends

    ... view has a major limitation: It doesn't show which apps are hogging most of the energy. Users must guess by viewing CPU and RAM usage in Task Manager. We'd like to see more refined data in the future, such as a list of apps and their energy usage, ...

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  17. Re: Interesting resultsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | EETimes

    ... code hacked together etc... Ummm still this could be a limiting factor and can not exist a bench optimized for all cpu architectures. Only the right compiler (done for) can extract all the performance from a cpu. Moreover a cpu is nothing without ...

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  18. Here are the latest rumors on the next Google Nexus phoneRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Boy Genius

    Google will likely unveil new Nexus devices at some point in late 2015, but the rumor mill has already started churning out reports about them, with particular focus on the Nexus 6 successor. A source in China, who revealed via Weibo that a local smartphone manufacturer might partner up with Google for the next Nexus smartphone, has shared more details on the matter and is saying that LG and a domestic brand are in the cards for upcoming Nexus gadgets.

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  19. Canonical Starts to Build IoT EcosystemRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ProgrammableWeb.com

    Maarten Ectors, vice president of connected devices for Canonical, says the challenge with IoT these days is that rather than being an actual platform for developing applications, the IoT as developers see it is more akin to the Internet of isolated things. To address that issue, Canonical has created Ubuntu Core, an implementation of Linux for embedded systems that makes it possible not only to run multiple IoT applications on the same device, but also to continuously update them.

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  20. Cheerwine and Disney Frozen Cereal ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Lockergnome

    This is the CPU where I unbox the collector's edition of Disney Frozen Cereal and sip of the charming southern delicacy known as Cheerwine. Is it just me, or does Cheerwine sound like something that Hobbits would drink in the Shire? Those of you clamoring for me to do more tech videos will be happy to know that I go over a full run of both product specs, and introduce a few peripheral supplements to make your experience as enjoyable as mine.

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