Tag Archives: CPU

The New MacBook Pro


With an incredibly thin new design, the best Mac display ever, all-new speakers, and the revolutionary Touch Bar for instant access to the tools you want when you want them, the new MacBook Pro marks a milestone in the evolution of the notebook

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Xbox – Project Scorpio


I don’t want it… but technologically its a monster!

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DJI Phantom 4 – Powerful Technology


Dive into the heart of the DJI Phantom 4, and see how every advanced component works together to bring you an easy, unparalleled flight experience

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Apple Mac Pro


If you haven’t heard the news a couple of months ago Apple released its latest Mac Pro. It is a true power house, no one can disagree about that, but the most revolutionary aspect of it is the design. In this photo we have a top shot of the system without the external aluminium enclosure and the fan. The interesting aspect is that this is the full computer. You don’t need anything more in order to run your latest version of Macintosh. The system is highly upgradable too, despite that this is an Apple product! Engineering at its best!

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What’s Inside Microsoft’s Xbox One


Kyle Wiens (from iFixit.com) and Will Smith (no, not the actor the one from Tested.com) teardown the Xbox One for a thorough analysis of the components that make up Microsoft’s latest game console. Kyle walks us through each piece, discussing opportunities for repair and swapping out parts. Don’t expect any hardcore hardware explanation of how things are working and so on. It’s just a small talk over the Xbox One!

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Qualcomm: Making CPU’s


Travis Lanier, director of CPU product management, discusses in detail what goes inside Snapdragon processors and sets them apart from the competition. From the custom micro-architecture (called “Krait” and based on the ARM instruction set), to the asynchronous symmetric multiprocessing (or aSMP – a technology that can throttle the frequency of each CPU core independently), to thermal management, power efficiency, multiple cores and more. All of them resulting in a highly optimized chip. Yes! It is a little bit hard core hardware terms and design but these are actually part of my real job! Enjoy!

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