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Leaked: LG Working On New Tablet

It looks like LG is working a second Android-powered tablet, other than the T-Mobile G-Slate, that is. This tablet is called the P930 and according to a leaked XML file, it seems that this will be an Android device with a 1280 x 720 pixel display, featuring GPRS/EDGE and HSDPA/HSUPA 3G.

AMD Radeon HD 6790 Coming Soon

AMD has announced that they will be releasing a mid-range graphics card later this year. The card was built to compete with Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 550 Ti and and is based on the technology, Barts LE core shared by the Radeon HD 6800 range.

The card will feature 10 fast streaming multiprocessor units that contain a 800 stream processors, coupled with 40 texture units, 32 ROPs, a GDDR5-capable memory controller and a 256-bit interface. The design has 1GB of GDDR5 RAM and a core clock of 840mhz, at 1,050MHz speed. If you don’t know what any of that means, it’s basically a very powerful card for your moderate user.

Phone Memory Faster Than Your Computer?

LPDDR2 is the premier way to get powerful memory options for any mobile device. Besides its fast speed, it’s largest feature is its low power consumption relative to traditional desktop or notebook memory. Samsung announced last night that they will be unleashing powerful memory for mobile devices. They have started shipping 4GB (512MB) LPDDR2 (low-power double data rate 2) RAM for…

Intel– No Longer Producing Itanium Chips

Itanium-based servers are commonly used by IT professionals in the industry. Intel’s latest Itanium 9300 series packs a punch, delivering double the performance that you would get with the previous generation. It also handles six times more memory bandwidth and up to nine times more interconnect bandwidth. To continue, the Itanium can carry eight times more memory than the older version. It is designed for information specialists to have energy-efficient technology at their fingertips, and serves are the driving force for their data centers and workload management.

According to Electronista, Oracle has announced that it will no longer…