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Google I/O 2014

All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.

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Photos: Samsung F480, G810, i780, F490 and Soul

At this year's Mobile World Congress, Samsung announced more handsets than anyone else but we've rounded up the cream of the crop -- the Samsung F480, G810, i780, F490 and Soul

By February 18, 2008

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Photos: Samsung G800, F700, i550, i780, Armani and more

Check out these pictures of the Samsung G800, F700, F210, P520 Giorgio Armani, F330, i450, i550, i560, i780 and Bang & Olufsen Serenata

By October 30, 2007

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Intel announces 4 Series desktop chipset family

Probably most significant is news of new integrated graphics chip in the G45 and G43.

By June 3, 2008

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Report: Fastest AMD chips run with circuit-board fix

A report from review site AnandTech says AMD's high-end quad-core Phenom processors can work, with modifications, on a number of low-end motherboards with built-in graphics.

By May 1, 2008

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AMD quad-core chip hits compatibility snag

AMD's high-end quad-core Phenom chips may have compatibility issues when circuit board makers mismatch the boards with companion chips.

By April 28, 2008

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AMD X3 chip debuts in HP, Gateway, eMachines desktops

The AMD triple-core Phenom processor is now available in consumer desktops from Hewlett-Packard and Gateway. Dell is also offering quad-core Opteron systems.

By April 17, 2008

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The CPU contest lost, AMD seeks gains in graphics

AMD's Phenom may lose to Intel in benchmarks, but can be a compelling value in combination with ATI's 780 graphics.

By March 30, 2008

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AMD's integrated graphics get a boost

Company has a new integrated graphics chipset that can run DirectX10 games, and it's also nearing the day when its 45-nanometer chips are available.

By March 4, 2008

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Gigabyte's second-generation UMPC

The changes are mostly cosmetic, though the VIA processor is bumped up to 1.2GHz and its screen has grown from 6.5 to 7 inches.

By November 21, 2007