Review Wreckfest Review
Only Fools and Horsepower.
Mechanical, RGB, and low-profile? Tesoro thinks you really can have it all.
May make Spectre exploitation easier.
Appears to cede the market to ARM.
Doesn't even let Joule reach its first birthday.
Big boost in performance, it claims.
Starts with a dual-core, though.
Not likely to hit desktops any time soon.
Focuses on autonomous vehicles.
Pivots the platform to IoT projects.
Sits just below Krzanich in new org chart.
Button-sized build to take on ARM.
Aims for One True Standard status.
Dual-core, 64-bit, 85GFLOP/s in 9W.
Gunning for ARM in a major way.
Intel Galileo the first supported device.
£232 price-tag for Atom-based board.
Numerous improvements, still Quark-based.
SD card form-factor for embedded push.
We take a look at Intel's beefed-up NUC board - the DC53427RKE which sports a Core i5 CPU and USB 3.0.
Intel has unveiled an Arduino-compatible embedded system board that uses an x86 processor and runs Linux.
Bird theme for its latest embedded chips.
Like the idea of a Core i3-powered motherboard 60 per cent smaller than mini-ITX? So do we.
Tiny pico-ITX-style box packs impressive power.
Intel and TSMC announce a memorandum of understanding, under which Intel will port its Atom technology to TSMC
IDF FALL 2008: Intel sees the next evolution of the Internet as one that's embedded. 15 billion connected devices by 2015, reckons Pat.
Remember Splashtop? The embedded Linux OS that allowed you to boot up and get on the net in just 10 seconds? Well Asus are expanding its use with more motherboards.
In the tech equivalent to messing around in the kitchen with flour and getting a scolding from your mother, a team of students have made a robot which prints on carpet using talcum powder.
DeviceVM, the company that makes the embedded Linux on the Asus P5E3 Deluxe, has just released the source code to its software. We grilled the company to find out what it expects from this.
Draft-n Wireless, Embedded Linux, Dual Gigabit Ethernet, Silent heatpipes, Dual PCI-Express Gen-2 x16 lanes, six SATA and just 5 seconds from turning on to getting on the net. Has Asus created the ultimate motherboard for us?
Who needs a PSP when you can use your existing PDA to play Quake III Arena? Yes, you read that correctly. Railguns at 10 paces!