KitGuru have an exclusive interview with AMD Marketing Director, Bob Grim.
Without spoiling it, here are some things Bob had to say:
"AMD Fusion APUs represent a new type of x86 processor design and software development", said Bob. "This will enable breakthroughs in visual computing, performance-per-watt and device form factor. AMD Fusion APUs are engineered to deliver powerful CPU and GPU compute capabilities in a single-die processor for today's HD video, 3D and data-intensive workloads"
Availability is "early 2011".
Our Download of the Day today is Spyware Terminator 188.8.131.52.
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Deal of the Day: Dell UltraSharp U2410 24" Flat Panel Monitor with HDMI, DVI and More for $499 with Free Shipping
Our Deal of the Day today is the Dell Home - UltraSharp U2410 24" Flat Panel Monitor with HDMI, DVI and More for $499 with Free Shipping.
Offer: Get 80,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 110% color gamut, HDMI, DVI-D, 6ms response time, 400 cd/m2 brightness, 3 year warranty and the UltraSharp guarantee for $100 off normal. Expires 9/23/10.
Dell's spankin' hot new 30" U3011 Ultrasharp is now available for purchase in Australia.
We've posted about it shipping in the US last week, but now it's time for some down under love.
Also, feel free to donate 3 of these new Dell U3011 to each staff member of TweakTown for some Eyefinity or Surround Vision hotness. We'll love you forever.
The latest happenings from around the web - September 22nd, 2010
- Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R (Rev 2.0) Motherboard @ Vortez UK
- ASUS M4A88TD-M/USB3 Socket AM3 Motherboard @ Pro-Clockers
- AMD X4 970 BE @ Technic3D
- AMD freshens up CPU family with new Phenom IIs, Athlon IIs @ Tech Report
- AMD CPU Refresh: 5 New Phenom II & Athlon II Models @ Techspot
- AMD Phenom II x6 1075T 3.0GHz Processor @ Techwarelabs
- AMD Phenom II X6 1075T Black Edition @ Overclock3D
Something short and sweet for the soon to be WP7 fans!
HTC regional director responsible for North Africa and the Middle East has gone on record with gulfnews saying "we will be launching Windows Phone 7 handsets next month.
He also mentioned that HTC will be releasing "around five more models by the end of the year", we don't know how they'll verse against the iPhone and Android handsets - but competition is great. The more the merrier I say!
Have a Flip UltraHD but not too happy with the sound quality of your voice when you're practicing your on-scene news reports? Scosche's new freedomMIC takes advantage of the UltraHD's FlipPort, a proprietary connection that allows the Flip to use third party accessories, to add a wireless mic to your Flip.
The freedomMIC has a BlueTooth receiver that plugs into the bottom of the Flip UltraHD which wirelessly connects to the lavalier condensor mic. The mic has a range of 100 feet and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that promises about four hours of runtime. The mic also has noise-canceling properties to battle pesky background noise. Scosche is shooting for a December release of the freedomMIC with an expected price around $100 USD.
A Melbourne twit has flagged a Twitter vulnerability that let overnight attacks happen to Twitter users, which could have affected up to half a million users.
A cross-site scripting flaw used recently by RainbowTwtr was used in a copycat attack by Melbourne teen, Pearce Delphin.
RainbowTwtr's attack changed the profile backround picture to a rainbow colour and tweeted the script in an update. The code was quickly re-tweeted by hundreds of users.
It seems NVIDIA is gathering it's army for a bloody fight against AMD.
Tegra 2 is out the gate, which is surprising for NVIDIA's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang to casually note that Tegra 3 is nearly done and the work is starting on Tegra 4.
Not much was talked about with the chip itself and no parters were announced.
Rumours are circling the soon to be hot Nintendo 3DS.
Rumoured specs include: two 266MHz ARM11 CPU's, a 133MHz GPU, 4MB dedicated VRAM, 64MB RAM and a 1.5GB flash storage (in addition to SD card expansion).
Those specs are in line with the original iPhone (and 3G), the first 2 generations of iPod touch, all Amazon Kindles and a few other devices (Zune HD, Kin One, a handful of Nokia handsets).
More news will be posted when things are more concrete - for now, salivate of the Nintendo 3DS if that's your thang.