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AMD shows off Windows 8 tablet with upcoming Tamesh chip – and top links

January 9, 2013

Ok, why don’t we get started. The links:

– New Sony Android (operating system) handsets to arrive with 1080p displays – “The Xperia Z, referred to as the “true, super phone experience” at Sony’s official CES press conference, features a 5-inch Full HD 10801920 Reality Display fueled by the Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2-the same engine featured in Sony’s 1080p televisions” – []

– “Amazon recently expanded its Prime services to Canada, where residents can pay the $79 annual fee for guaranteed two-day shipping” – [Target to Price Match Amazon, Amazon Prime Comes to Canada –]

– Xi3 Piston PC: is this Valve’s Steam (software) Box? – “Posted on 8 Jan 2013 at 17:20 US startup Xi3 has demonstrated a prototype of the first so-called “Steam Box” – called Piston – at CES 2013 in Las Vegas” – []

– “Kensington just introduced an app-enabled “proximity monitoring system” today, dubbed “Proximo”, that allows iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S owners to keep track of their smartphone 24 hours a day” – [Kensington’s $60 Proximo Fob and Tag system helps keep track of iPhone 5/4S –]

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 headed for Verizon [VIDEO] – “We’re live at Samsung’s press conference in Las Vegas where the company has just announced it would be sending its Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 to Verizon’s store shelves” – []

– Returning after 10 years away, David Bowie embraces digital with iTunes-exclusive single – “Rock legend David Bowie is celebrating his 66th birthday today with a whopper of a gift for his fans: an iTunes-exclusive single from his upcoming album, the first in 10 years” – []

– “AMD shows off Windows 8 tablet with upcoming Tamesh chip – AMD shows off Windows 8 tablet with upcoming Tamesh chip Temash chips will come in dual- and quad-core versions and will be twice as fast as the Z60 tablet chip introduced in October By Agam Shah | IDG News Service Advanced Micro Devices showed off a Windows 8 tablet running the company’s upcoming tablet chip code-named Temash, which the company hopes will reverse a string of past failures and provide enough ammunition to compete with tablet chip leaders ARM and Intel” – []


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