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NEC announced a new line-up of embedded PCs based on Intel Core technology

NEC Display Solutions Europe Co. has updated its line-up of modular PCs, embedded in the option slot, which allows the adaptation of public displays and projectors to display contemporary content and eliminate the use of an external PC, cabling connections, power supply and accessories for installation.

 

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HP Envy x2 with Windows 8 will cost $ 850

Hewlett-Packard announced pricing for the 11.6-inch tablet Envy x2, which, after connecting to a keyboard easily turns into a laptop. Hybrid will get to the shops at a price of $ 850, according to a press release. If only the new product would be cheaper, it might have been seen as a rival to Microsoft Surface and Apple iPad 4.

 

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AMD announced new FX-series processors

AMD has announced a new line-up of FX processors - Vishera - based on new multi-core architecture Piledriver, which can provide increased by 15% productivity at a lower price than in case of previous generation - prices on high-end processors begin from less than $ 200. Contemporary architecture with a high level of performance is designed for multi-threaded applications such as content creation, encoding video, audio recording, and videogames, ensuring users get high performance during multitask computing.

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Android-smartphone with E-Ink display from Onyx

Chinese e-books manufacturer Onyx International demonstrated a prototype of the new device - smartphone with Android operating system. But unlike any other smartphone, it uses touch screen made of electronic paper. Android UI was changed to reflect this feature.

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Google may stop indexing some French web-sites

A couple of years ago, French government proposed a new mechanism for protection of French culture from many external forces that are threatening it. Now it proposed a new twist on an old idea: government is going to particularly focus on cultural risks associated with World Wide Web. It’s expected, that the main victims would be Internet commerce and search engines - Google, in particular.

 

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