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Lenovo Malaysia says it's the first to introduce notebooks sporting the second-generation Intel Core i7 processors, previously codeanmed Sandy Bridge.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: If investors were as visionary as Steve Jobs has proved to be during his 35 years of tech wizardry, they might be able to figure out whether Apple can still thrive if its founder and CEO doesn't return from his indefinite medical leave.
Some point about Intel processors
b>PETALING JAYA:/bThere are two new shooters in Olympus' line up. They are the PEN E-PL2, an update to the company's popular Micro 4/3 series of interchangeable-lens cameras, and the XZ-1, a high-end compact with the widest-aperture zoom-lens in its class.
b>LAS VEGAS:/bBig Tablets and small Tablets, white ones and black ones. Cheap ones and expensive ones. Brand names famous and obscure at the starting line of a race where the iPad is already a speeding dot near the horizon.
b>NEW YORK:/bTo fight dwindling camera sales, manufacturers are slashing prices for point-and-shooters - often below US$100 (RM320) - and offering more features for the money.
b>LAS VEGAS:/bFor a long time, the two choices in desktop printers have been inkjet and laser. This year, a significant twist on the inkjet is hitting the market and promises high speed - think one colour page per second - at relatively low cost.
b>SEATTLE/b>: Instead of unveiling an elegant response to the iPad, Microsoft came to the tech industry's premier gadget show with a collection of exposed computer guts, news about microchips and a shallow preview of yet another Windows.
b>LAS VEGAS/b>: Taiwan's AsusTek Computer Inc plans to start selling an array of Tablet computers - including hybrids that sit somewhere between a laptop and a Tablet - with the hope that variety is the best weapon against Apple Inc's iPad and other similar gadgets.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Semiconductor companies are whipping up a new generation of chips to bring richer video and better battery life to PCs and help the machines hold off threats from Tablets and increasingly powerful smartphones.