With the tech market focusing more on tablet PC’s and smartphones, there is no way that manufacturers are going to leave the development of their desktop computers. Though desktop PC’s are not so popular nowadays compared to the latest small gadgets, they are still the most powerful units in terms of gaming, production, and other purposes.
Dell, one of the most outstanding computer manufacturer, attempts to meet the needs of Linux fans with their PCs. The laptop line “Project Sputnik” is a product of the effort of Dell which is an advanced version of the XPS . . . → Read More: Alienware X51 Starts at $599
Rumors came out last week that MacBook Pro users are expecting the Pro line to be stopped by Apple, an executive from Apple reported that new iMac and MacBook Pro is already in the works and might arrive next year, according to David Pogue of The New York Times on Monday.
In the WWDC or Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, the Cupertino, California-based company showed off a new line of MacBook computers. It includes the 15-inch Retina display for the MacBook Pro and updates to the MacBook Air. Apparently, upgrades for the iMacs is not available . . . → Read More: New iMac and Mac Pro Models in 2013 According to Apple Exec
Nvidia Corp. shares increased in expanded trading following producer of graphics processors announced third- quarter product sales and revenue that capped analysts’ estimations, raised by need for chips utilized by computer avid gamers and developers.
Product sales in the period which ended Oct. 30 increased 26 % to $1.07 billion, the Santa Clara, California-based firm mentioned in a report yesterday. That in comparison with the normal analyst estimation for $1.06 billion in profits, based on Bloomberg data. Not including particular costs, revenue was 35 cents per share, topping predictions of 31 cents.
Nvidia have been winning share of . . . → Read More: Nvidia Corp. Shares Rises; Chip Demands Boosts Profit