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Anticipating Apple's 'Arrandale' MacBook

MacBooks based on Intel's new Core i5 processors can't be too far off.

By Jan. 11, 2010

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'Arrandale' chip will be an Intel laptop first

The upcoming processor, which puts two processor cores and a graphics function together in the same chip package, is the shape of things to come.

By Aug. 26, 2009

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Intel promo points to new Core i5 MacBook Pro

An e-mail sent to Intel retailers highlights an upcoming MacBook Pro with a Core i5 processor ahead of any formal announcement by Apple.

By Jan. 13, 2010

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Inside coming MacBooks: Oh, the possibilities

Chipmaker's "Nehalem" Core i architecture is finally coming to the mainstream mobile space. New MacBook Pros will follow.

By Dec. 13, 2009

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Intel to preview new chips on December 17

Chipmaker will host an event next week in San Francisco where it will show off new processors coming in early 2010.

By Dec. 11, 2009

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Intel shifts focus to laptop graphics technology

After scrapping the initial Larrabee processor, the chip giant will focus on graphics technology for laptops.

By Dec. 7, 2009

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Quad-core chip makes sense for Apple laptop

Speculation is rife that Apple is readying a MacBook Pro update that will be powered by a new Intel Core "i" series processor.

By Oct. 29, 2009

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MSI: Intel Core i7 processors coming to laptops next month

Recent Web reports confirm what we had already known for a while: Core i7 laptops are ready to hit soon. And by soon we mean September.

By Aug. 26, 2009

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How fast will Apple move MacBooks to latest chips?

Following Intel's announcement that it will resume shipments of its newest silicon, will Apple move MacBooks posthaste to new Intel chips?

By Feb. 13, 2011

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Intel to introduce first mobile 'Nehalem' chip

The chipmaker is expected to roll out the first Core i7 processor for laptops on Wednesday. Several major PC makers are also expected to announce new laptops using the chip.

By Sep. 22, 2009