Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 19 Jan 2015 – The biggest winners from What’s in the Box are undoubtedly the students of the Charles Hubert James Primary and the Adelaide Omeler Primary schools both in North Caicos; but there were five other prizes up for grabs from the sponsors of the Christmastime event and today those texting winners were officially revealed. First place prize of a weekend stay for two at the Grace Bay Club was Jewel Selver; second place prize of a DeWalt 18 volt Compact Combo kit was Antoinette Thomas; Joy Field Ridley won the $500 bank account at CIBC FirstCaribbean; the phone from LIME went to Isaiah Gardiner and the dinner for two at the West Bay Club goes to Kishma Mills. The students of those North Caicos schools are getting tablets to enhance their educational experience. You had to text in order to win. The answer for What’s in the Box this year, Bambarra Rum. Recommended for you Related Items:Adelaide Omeler Primary School, charles hubert primary school, what’s in the box North Caicos schools big winners when ‘In the Box’ launched In the Box Holiday Guessing Game is Back! Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp What’s in the Box Prize revealed
“Arrandale” mobile processor Intel’s Atom CE 4100 SoC Will Transform Internet TV (w/ Video) This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. (PhysOrg.com) — Intel has announced it will launch over two dozen new products next month, including new processors, chipsets, and a number of wireless components. Citation: Next-generation Intel products to be launched in January; Include first 32-nm Core i3, i5 processors (2009, December 18) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2009-12-next-generation-intel-products-january-nm.html The Core i5 will support turbo boost to increase performance when required, provided the processor can be cooled adequately, and there will also be a turbo boost application that puts an indicator on screen to show the core power levels. Both the Core i3 and Core i5 support hyper-threading and are able to run two threads per core.Intel has invested over seven billion dollars in the U.S. this year on four factories used to manufacture its 32-nm products. According to Intel’s Director of Consumer Client Marketing, Karen Regis, 2009 has been a flat year, but the PC market is likely to grow again next year, at least partly because of the new Microsoft Windows 7 operating system. Regis said the growing trend is for the PC market to be driven more by personal users than business demands.Intel will launch the new products at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which runs from January 7 to 10 next year in Las Vegas. Prices and details such as chip frequencies are expected to be released at either a press briefing on January 7, or at the keynote address to be given by Intel’s CEO Paul Otellini. © 2009 PhysOrg.com More information: www.intel.com/pressroom/kits/events/ces2010/ Explore further Among the products Intel will be launching are new Core i7 chips and dual-core processors, and the first of its Core i3 and i5 CPUs for desktop computers and notebooks. The Core i3 is the entry-level CPU, the Core i5 is mid-range, and the Core i7 is the high-end CPU intended primarily for game-players. The Core i3 and Core i5 CPUs will include Intel HD graphics, marking the first time Intel has integrated graphics on the processor, as graphics were previously on a separate chip. The integrated graphics will be able to decode two high definition streams in hardware, while the GMCH chipset will be able to decode DTS-HD sounds and Dolby True HD, and will support the 7.1 surround sound of Blu-ray discs.Vice President of Intel, Stephen Smith, said at a press conference yesterday that the high definition video and audio capabilities in the chipsets have superior graphics capabilities that would be suitable for use in high-end home theater systems. “Clarkdale” desktop processor
Kolkata: Mortaja Hossain, Forward Bloc leader and former minister in the Left Front cabinet, joined Trinamool Congress on Thursday.Trinamool secretary general Partha Chatterjee handed over the flag to Hossain, who was the minister in charge of Relief in the cabinet of Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee. It may be mentioned that another leader of Forward Bloc Paresh Adhikari, who was also a minister in the LF government, had joined Trinamool on Monday.Chatterjee said the ministers from the erstwhile Left Front government have joined Trinamool as they support the development that has been carried out throughout the state in the past seven years and are against the divisive politics Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeof BJP. Chatterjee alleged that BJP had brought musclemen from neighbouring states to create trouble in Bengal. He said in Narayangarh in West Midnapore, a party worker had been killed by goons backed by BJP. “BJP is trying to create trouble in Bengal to stall the development work taken up by Mamata Banerjee. People are watching them and will throw them out.”It may be mentioned that 500 workers from Forward Bloc had joined Trinamool Congress on Tuesday in Cooch Behar. More than 50 BJP workers have also joined Trinamool in Jhargram and West Midnapore. Most of them had won in Gram Panchayat and Panchayat Samity in the three tier Panchayat elections.Chatterjee said that the people of Bengal will not tolerate the highhandedness and arrogance of BJP leaders. “Bengal has a different political culture and BJP leaders will have to understand that before launching movements,” he said.