China has been known to develop alternatives to almost every gadget in existance in this tech world and that too always at a cheaper rate. Recently it came out with its own DVD like standard and now China will sell its own CPU design.
Taiwanese company VIA is preparing to release a dual core version of its low-power processor called Eden. It will be built on 40 nanometer architecture and will have two 64-bit cores. The Eden X2 processor will be optimised for multi-tasking and multimedia content processing.
One of the coolest things of using an Android device / tablet is the opportunity for rooting and flashing custom kernels and overclocking the device to see what limit it can get pushed to. Thanks to XDA member coolbho3000, in this video tutorial below, you’ll see how you could give your brand new Motorola Xoom the 1.5GHz overclocking treatment you want.
Check out the quick hands on video below thanks to the folks at IntoMobile. The LG Optimus 2X is the first Android smartphone to come with a dual-core processor – boasting NVIDIA’s 1GHz Tegra 2 chipset.
When we tested and reviewed the LG Optimus One last month, we weren’t particularly impressed with its capabilities, but despite being in the same ‘family’, the recently leaked Optimus 3D Android shares very little in the way of genetic bond with its predecessor.
We spoke of the two new Acer Android tablets earlier this week. However, when Acer showed off their upcoming tablets in the recent Acer conference, we heard no news that the brand would have 10.1-inch versions of their Acer tablet running on Windows 7. What’s more, these are speculated to be powered by AMD’s dual-core C-50 Ontario accelerated processing unit.
Remember the gimmicks played by game companies to unlock stages in your game CDs that are actually present in those CDs. All that the companies ask for is few extra dollars and they give you keys using which you can unlock more sections of the game for an added fun. Intel is now openly testing something very similar with its hardware.