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The chip giant may be preparing to talk about everything from perceptual computing to new PCs, tablets, and wearables, and possibly even putting Windows and Android on the same computer.
The new console will record your oh-so-exciting game clips in the more ordinary 720p, and at 30 frames per second.
Pics of the thorougly rumoured HTC One Mini have popped up online, alongside screenshots that apparently confirm its specs.
The operating system will soon support the higher resolution, if files within Visual Studio 2013 are any indication.
Amazon is widely expected to unveil a video-streaming device, putting it in the same competitive field as Apple's Apple TV, Google's Chromecast, and the family of Roku boxes.
McLaren's new supercar has borrowed some tricks from the 12C and the P1. Should Ferrari be worried?
Three is going back to basics with new pay as you go deals, complete with decent data prices for pre-pay customers.
With the 12C, McLaren created something truly special. It wasn't without its critics, so to address them McLaren's launched the 650S - the most capable car the company's made this side of the P1.