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Trinity Exploit lets you jailbreak a PlayStation Vita

Sony’s PlayStation Vita is a handheld game console with a 5 inch display, a quad-core processor, and support for hundreds of games including titles for older consoles including the PlayStation Portable and some PSOne games. Want to do even more with it? The Trinity exploit makes it possible to jailbreak the PS Vita and run […]

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Trinity Windows/Android hybrid device gets spec bump (Crowdfunding)

Just a few days after launching a crowdfunding campaign for a portable device that functions as both as Windows PC and an Android phone, developer Shane Lewis says he’s managed make two hardware improvements. The Trinity is a portable device with a 5 inch display, dual HDMI ports, and two full-sized USB ports. Under the […]

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Trinity is a 5 inch Android smartphone… and a Windows PC (crowdfunding)

Smartphones are generally designed to give you quick access to apps that you may want to use on the go, while desktop and notebook computers have bigger screens, faster processors, and are generally optimized to let you do things like edit documents, surf the web, get work done, or play graphically detailed games. But Shane […]

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Overclock the Google Nexus 7 with a custom kernel

The Google Nexus 7 has an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, which is pretty zippy. But this version of NVIDIA’s quad-core processor runs at 1.2 GHz, while some other tablets have faster 1.6 GHz. versions. But with a little elbow grease, you can overclock the Nexus 7 to run at 1.6 GHz. Xda-developer forum morfic has […]

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Linux kernel 3.4 brings support for latest AMD, NVIDIA graphics

Linux founder Linus Torvalds has released version 3.4 of the Linux kernel. While a lot of the updates are changes under the hood that most users won’t notice, there are a few welcome features for folks thinking about picking up a shiny new computer (or graphics card) this year. Linux kernel 3.4 adds support for […]

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AMD launches Trinity processors with an eye on “ultrathin” laptops

AMD has launched its second-generation A-series line of processors aimed at a wide range of computers from desktops to “ultrathin” notebooks. You can’t call them ultrabooks because Intel owns the rights to that word. Code-named Trinity, the new chips in this family range from a low power 17W  dual core processor processors aimed at ultrathins […]

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AMD Trinity, Brazos 2.0 chips on the way to notebooks near you

AMD has announced that it’s next-generation notebook processors started shipping last quarter, which means that they’ll likely start showing up in laptops in the coming months. The new processors continue AMD’s recent trend of combining CPU and discrete-level graphics on a single chip while keeping power consumption low enough to enable decent battery life — […]

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Prototype shows AMD’s answer to Intel’s ultrabooks

Most of the top PC makers have already hopped on the ultrabook bandwagon, introducing thin and light laptops with the latest Intel processors, quick boot technology, and other newfangled features. But while Intel has trademarked the word “ultrabook” it certainly doesn’t have the monopoly on ultraportable laptops. Chip maker AMD is hoping that computer makers […]