Intel chip plantsOn Wednesday, Intel revealed that the company is considering closing its two assembly test plants: one in Malaysia and the other in Philippines. According to an estimate, the move would affect nearly 6000 employees.

Intel, the largest chipmaker in the world, has announced to halt production in its five older factories, and similarly the company will close its two existing assembling and testing facilities in Philippines and Malaysia. Click here to read more …

bit-torrentMyka has been the pioneer in bringing those torrents on the bigger screen. This BitTorrent Box by Myka hooks up with the preferred net connection along with the storage drive and along with runs a torrent client on the Linux operating system. You can also add storage into the box by the means of a USB device and plug out the video mode if you are not downloading anything from the computer. It ranges anywhere from $300 to $500. The prices vary in accordance to the capacity of your storage device. Click here to read more …

HGoogle searches are not quite Eco-friendlyarvard University researchers find that Google searches are not so eco-friendly as many of us may have considered. The researchers find that every Google search produces 7g of carbon dioxide.

Dr. Alex Wissner, the author of the study, says that many people consider Google searches quite eco-friendly, but in actual they are not so, and according to an estimate, every Google search produces nearly 7gram of CO2. It is mainly because of the power that is utilized by the data center, user computer and other servers that are used for every search. Click here to read more …

vuzixVuzix has announced the launch of its new goggles the Wrap 902AV video eye wear kit, which can be seen at CES showroom.

In December great changes were announced in the world of Virtual and Augmented reality. This can prove to be one the most interesting gadget of 2009. Vuzix CEO Paul Travers said, “The Wrap 920AV will not just change the portable video industry, but how consumers view and interact with information”. He further said, “from watching a Civil War video reproduction battle reenactment on the actual battleground to walking through the streets of New York City with an animated virtual tour guide, the possibilities are endless.” Click here to read more …