Following on from its unveiling back in January during CES 2017, Intel has this week announced that its new Intel Compute Card will start shipping in a few months time during August 2017.
LG and Sharp will focus on smart monitors and digital signage, respectively, while Foxconn and other companies like ECS, Seneca and NexDoc, are developing miniature desktops and all-in-one PCs that can be easily upgraded by swapping out Compute Cards.
We've known about Intel's Compute Card since CES in January, but Intel waited until Computex this week to officially reveal what we can expect in terms of specs and options.
Intel has launched Compute Card, a slim, modular PC that it wants other brands to incorporate into connected things, such as kiosks, smart TVs, different form factor PCs, and home appliances. Other partners now working on solutions, but not yet in a position to display their work, include Dell, HP and Lenovo.
Angels star Trout has torn thumb ligament, surgery possible A year after hitting.315 with a.441 on-base percentage, 29 home runs, 100 RBIs and 30 steals, Trout was off to a dynamic start. Team doctor Steve Yoon was scheduled to arrive in Anaheim later Monday night to meet with Trout and discuss his options.
Intel also showed a prototype laptop for students that's powered by a Compute Card.
Despite its small size, there's enough space to fit one of four Intel processors, from a Celeron up to a Core i5. All configurations use 4GB of memory and feature 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity. "The applications are endless - smart screens, interactive appliances, smart factories and more - and it's a flawless complement to everything else we are doing to bring more compute power and connectivity into the home and beyond".
It's uncertain yet if Intel's standardized plug-ins will take off, (pricing details are being saved for a later date) but we're definitely intrigued by the concept and will keep an eye on where Intel's micro-PCs take it next.
In addition, the BBC reported that the authorities received at least three warnings about Abedi's intentions since January. They also reported that people who knew Abedi raised concerns years before he carried out the attack.
We had a choice in the game, do we put on a full-back for young Kieran or stay offensive and attacking, and it paid off for us. You could never of sat down - any manager - coming in at the beginning of the season and wrote down what we would have done.
That's according to a White House readout of the pair's meeting Friday ahead of the G-7 summit of wealthy nations. Nonetheless, North Korea on May 21 launched a ballistic missile for the second week in a row.
On that topic, Trump tweeted Sunday night: "I suggest that we add more dollars to Healthcare and make it the best anywhere". The newspaper cited anonymous US officials who were briefed on intelligence reports on intercepted Russian communications.
Adam Duvall homered for the Reds (24-26) in the sixth inning and has five homers in his past five games and 14 for the season. Cincinnati leadoff man Billy Hamilton used his blinding speed to score the game's opening run in the first inning.
Armed police mingled with spectators as crowds gathered to watch the runners, including mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham. They also have published CCTV images of Abedi on the night of the attack, which show him wearing a hat, glasses, and a dark top.
The agency says heavy rain and large hail could pelt the region and strong winds could gust up to 90 kilometres an hour. The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for ALL of western MA until 9pm.
The Conservatives say another ballot can not take place until after Brexit and only if there is public consent for a vote. Prime Minister Theresa May has repeatedly said that "now is not the time" for a second referendum on independence.
If the notice is ignored and the voter fails to update a registration over the next four years, the registration is canceled. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit disagreed previous year , ruling 2 to 1 in favor of the plaintiffs.
You don't address these problems by ignoring them. "I am not a dictator", Corbyn said in one his best lines of the night. The Labour leader said it was "not right and not fair" for his family to be subjected to the scrutiny.
It also has a new trailer with equal parts lovely sketch animations, nostalgia-laden pixel art, and some rad chiptune rock. Sonic Mania is Sega's best chance at truly recapturing the magic that was seen in the 2D Sonic classics.
Canada's Economic Growth Triples U.S.'s
However, most analysts expect the current rapid pace of economic growth to slow in the coming quarters. Economists were projecting a 4.2 percent first-quarter annualized pace and 0.2 percent gain in March.
Russians warned against visiting UK over terror threat
It's been downgraded on the advice of security services from "critical" to "severe", meaning an attack is still highly likely. However, the threat level remains severe and there will still be significant numbers of armed police on our streets.
Pope: More Christian martyrs today than in ancient times
State television cited the health minister as saying the attack, which prompted widespread global condemnation, killed 28 people. The attack came after church bombings in December and April claimed by Daesh that killed dozens of Egypt's Coptic Christians .
Christy Clark to stay on as BC premier
Liberals' discussions with the Greens for support in the minority parliament. "We're going to work together on this", said Weaver. The Liberals won the most seats, but were unable to persuade the Green party to back them in a minority government.
LeBron undaunted by challenge of facing Warriors in Finals
The Cavs have lost one game so far and it largely happened because LeBron James had one of the worst games of his playoff career. They, like LeBron, are chasing the ghosts of greatness at this point, and the Warriors had a Jordan record in their sights.