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Submission Intel Brings Quad-Core Chips to Embedded Computing

Endo13 writes: While Intel may hold a significant lead over AMD, they're not just sitting still. From an article on "Intel on Tuesday unveiled its Xeon E5335 and E5345 quad-core processors, which it called the first quad-cores for the embedded segment. The quad-core embedded processors offer dual-processing capabilities supplying up to eight high-performance cores per platform. The chips could appear in devices within 12 to 18 months."

Submission Class-Action Suit Claims Many PCs Not Vista-Ready

Endo13 writes: From an article on "A consumer in Washington state has filed a class action lawsuit against the Redmond giant, claiming that "Windows Vista Capable" labels were placed on a large number of PCs that can only run the more bare bones version of the operating system, Vista Home Basic. The suit asks for over $5 million in damages."

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