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Intel's buggy Puma 6 chipset earns Arris a gigabit-modem lawsuit

Cable modem maker Arris is facing a class-action suit in America over its handling of a lag-prone line of cable modems. The complaint, filed in the Northern California District Court, accuses the vendor of violating four consumer protection laws and seeks relief for folks in the Golden State who purchased an Arris SURFboard …
Shaun Nichols, 11 Apr 2017
Sagem Puma

Sagem boots up Puma phone

Sagem today launched its Puma-branded handset in Europe, lauding not only the mobile's famous sports brand but also its built-in solar panel. The other side of the handset is home to 2.8in, 320 x 240 touchscreen and 0.3Mp camera for video calls. There's a 3.2Mp camera on the back, alongside said solar panel. The Puma has GPS …
Tony Smith, 1 Jul 2010
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Puma to pump out handset

You probably know Puma best for its trainers, but the sportswear firm has now laced up a deal to bring the world a branded mobile phone. The company has partnered with Sagem Wireless in a deal that will see Puma's phone kicked into touch during Q2 2010 – in plenty of time for the World Cup, which takes place in South Africa …
The Register breaking news

MoD pays quadruple in money + blood for Afghan helicopters

Comment So the die is cast. In yet another masterly procurement move, the UK Ministry of Defence has decided to spend hundreds of millions of pounds upgrading and restoring its aged Puma helicopters - which were due to retire next year - for service in Afghanistan. This will cost more than buying a fleet of brand new choppers. The RAF …
Lewis Page, 29 Sep 2009
GM Segway Puma

GM, Segway to unveil iPhone-driven wheelchair e-car

'Leccy Tech General Motors may be knock-knock-knocking on heaven's door, but it clearly still has the time and money to fanny about with left-field ideas like Project P.U.M.A. - or the Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility vehicle. GM Segway Puma GM and Segway's Puma: wheelchair or car? A tie-up with personal-mobility guru Segway …
Alun Taylor, 7 Apr 2009

AMD's 'Fusion' not a native CPU+GPU design

AMD's first 'Fusion' processor isn't due until mid-2009, but specs are leaking out. Given how AMD has touted its 'native' multi-core designs, AMD's next-gen part isn't as integrated as you'd expect The chip, codenamed 'Swift', brings together CPU and GPU. However, according to Taiwanese mobo-maker moles, cited by Chinese- …
Tony Smith, 18 Aug 2008
The Register breaking news

Aerovironment sells hurl 'n' splash roboplane to US spec-ops

The US Special Operations Command, SOCOM - aka the "snake eater community"* - has just placed a new order for hand-launched aerial surveillance robots which could be worth up to $200m and see hundreds of portable drones delivered. The potentially very lucky company is Aerovironment, already well known for such projects as the …
Lewis Page, 8 Jul 2008

AMD to launch 'Puma' laptop platform next month

Intel may be gearing up to release Centrino 2, but let's not forget its arch-rival, AMD, is to release a notebook platform of its own, codenamed 'Puma'. The cat will be let out of the bag at Computex, in Taipei on 3 June. So what's AMD going to announce? Puma comprises a new (ish) processor, 'Griffin', and AMD's 780M chipset. …
Tony Smith, 23 May 2008

AMD lets Puma release date out of the bag

AMD's would-be Centrino-beater, its 'Puma' platform for laptops, will debut in June in notebooks you can actually buy, the chip maker promised this week. AMD first began talking about Puma almost a year ago. The platform comprises 'Griffin', a dual-core processor designed specifically for mobile applications but built using …
Tony Smith, 6 Mar 2008

AMD lays down laptop platform plan

What's AMD got planned for notebook makers and buyers over the next few years? Its plans are broadly known - the 'Puma' platform will be released in 2008 followed by the first 'Fusion' architecture mobile CPUs the following year - but now we can begin to flesh it out a little. Puma incorporates 'Griffin', AMD's first mobile …
Tony Smith, 20 Dec 2007

AMD 'Bobcat' to challenge Intel next-gen UMPC platform

AMD will next year launch a processor specifically designed for ultra-mobile PCs (UMPCs), the chip maker revealed last week at the Computex show in Taipei. Details remain scarce, but the chip is currently codenamed 'Bobcat', a feline moniker that perhaps aligns it with 'Puma', AMD's upcoming notebook platform. Puma comprises …
Tony Smith, 11 Jun 2007

AMD 'Griffin' laptop CPU to integrate Turion cores

AMD's upcoming next-gen notebook processor, 'Griffin', contains rather a lot of the current generation, the 65nm Turion 64 X2, the chip maker admitted today. This despite Griffin's status as AMD's first CPU designed specifically for notebooks. Griffin - due to ship late Q4, but probably not in systems you can buy until well …
Tony Smith, 18 May 2007

AMD readies HyperFlash cache tech

AMD's 'Puma' laptop platform, due to debut next year with the 'Griffin' processor and the M780 chipset, will incorporate the chip maker's alternative to Intel's TurboMemory Flash cache technology, as expected. AMD's M780 chipset incorporates the company's own SB700 Southbridge chip. The SB700 will feature what AMD calls …
Tony Smith, 18 May 2007

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