Today is the day that the full veil comes off Intel's Ivy Bridge processors, which will be more commonly known as the third generation of Core processors. With that comes stats and specs about what Ivy Bridge is built on and what it will be capable of. Here's everything you need to know about Ivy Bridge. More »
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Barely a week since successfully completing sea trials after a three year hiatus, the venerable research sub Alvin is already earning back the $42 million in hardware upgrades and engineering retrofits it's received—showing off its spaciou
If you set foot in Intel's CES booth this winter, you probably sensed a theme: the company is deeply, almost manically, focused on the Internet of Things. Sure, Chipzilla was showing off some tablets and phones, along with a shelf full of Ultrabooks, but the highlights of the show were all a little more unusual. Think: a light-up "smart mug,"headphonesthat can monitor your heart rate.
SparkFun has rolled out the red carpet for its new Blocks series of add-ons for Intel's Edison board. With the SparkFun Blocks, users can bring additional functionality to the Edison board, such as adding a display -- there are a total of 13 Blocks available spanning a variety of common functionalities.
Intel is taking on self-driving cars, smarter next-gen dashboards, and better automotive security with a new In-Vehicle Solutions platform of chips and software to get vehicles like Google's autonomous pod on the roads quicker.
You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click on through the break, and enjoy.
Sonos has powered up its much-anticipated wireless setup, removing the need for a Bridge or a wired connection from your router to at least one of its speakers, as well as revealing a new Boost hub coming later in the year. Sonos 5.
Let's face it: thetheatrical security proceduresat airports aren't going away any time soon. However, they might just get more tolerable if a team of Israeli researchers bring a new, extremely sensitivebomb detection chipto an inspection line near you. The prototype sniffs for explosives by using groups of nano-scale transistors that react to tiny electrical changes when certain chemicals pass by.
Lenovo'sThinkPad HelixWindows convertible was always a promising device. Here was a tablet that could fit into its keyboard dock with the screen facing forwardorbackward. It had a full HD display and an active digitizer for pressure-sensitive pen input. Best of all, it used proper laptop-grade processors, ensuring you'd get performance more in line with Ultrabook than a standalone tablet.
If you haven't picked up a Chromebook just yet, you might want to wait a little longer. Intel has just announced plans to roll out as many as 20 new Chromebooks by the latter half of this year. This new set will be thinner, lighter, more powerful and generally more diverse in terms of design. It's clear that Google is making a play for the mainstream.
It's hard to imagine laptops and tablets becoming any slimmer than the ones we have today, but Intel promises we'll be seeing dozens of them next year. That's because many manufacturers will be putting the company's new Core M chips in their new tablets and laptops, which Intel announced on Friday.
has given us a better understanding of what Apple meant when it called it "desktop-class."The A7 CPU, codenamed "Cyclone," is capable of handling twice as many instructions as 2012's A6 using roughly the same amount of power.