Category Archives: Intel Silverthorne

Intel Diamondville – No Dual-Core

According to CNET, Intel’s Diamondville mobile processors, due out later this year, will not be dual-core designs.: Intel’s upcoming low-cost Diamondville notebook processor will break from Intel’s multicore strategy of the last few years and be primarily a single-core processor. … Continue reading

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Leaked: HP Compaq 2133

About six hours after I posted my speculations about an HP UMPC, my inbox gets flooded with almost a dozen emails pointing the way to the Engadget story that came out today. Yep, it’s a doozy, it would appear that … Continue reading

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Intel Montevina = Centrino 2

Digitimes and others are reporting that Intel is moving away from location-based naming (such as Carmel, Sonoma, Napa and Santa Rosa) and moving back to an easier-to-remember name. This means that Intel Montevina will now be simply known as “Intel … Continue reading

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February 10th Odds and Ends

A roundup of interesting articles from the past week. Wired Magazine: Like Apple, Intel Wants to Put the Internet in Your Pocket – Discussion of Intel’s Silverthorne and Intel’s efforts at pushing beyond that, to where we can have a … Continue reading

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More on Intel’s Silverthorne

Arstechnica has published an in-depth article covering Intel’s Silverthorne processor, due out later this year. This thing is small (25mm) as you can see in the picture below, and clearly geared towards the ultramobile PC market. Silverthorne could easily end … Continue reading

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