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After announcing new brand levels, the company provides more details about the first chips that will fall under each category.
This affordable 8-inch Atom-based (Bay Trail) Windows 8.1 tablet has a nice IPS screen and delivers all-day battery life under light usage modes. Limited screen size, internal storage and processing power will prevent it from being more than a companion device for mobile professionals though.
Chipmaker Intel unveils new 22nm dual-core and quad-core 64-bit Atom SoCs which the company claims is faster than Apple's A7 and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 chips.
The Atom family of processors has long promised reasonable performance with good battery life for mobile gear. Bay Trail finally fulfills that promise by Intel.
Intel is hoping to gain more support for devices that use its Atom mobile chip by releasing a set of tools that the company says makes it easier to develop apps for Android devices that use ARM, as well as Intel, chip designs.
Intel still has a rough road competing with the likes of Qualcomm and ARM. A clearer picture of Intel's mobile success will emerge beginning at the end of the year.
Israel plays home to four of Intel's R&D facilities and one of its biggest fabs. Between them, they're helping Intel set a new hardware direction.
Windows 8 gives the x86 competition a fresh shot at the mobile market. With that mind, AMD announced a new Z-Series processor for Windows 8 tablets and hybrids. It will compete with Intel's recently-announced Atom Z2760 along with ARM-based tablets running Windows RT.
Intel is arguably getting to the smartphone party a little late in comparison to its competitors. But will the company's size and determination to make a splash in the market be enough to drive it to success?
Europe's first device running Intel's Atom will go on sale exclusively from Orange on 6 June, bringing with it a decent spec list and a middle-of-the-road price tag – just don't expect a full range of apps
The chipmaker has signed partnerships with mobile device makers ZTE and Lava, as well as payment giant Visa, and has offered a glimpse of its plans for new high- and low-end mobile processors
Orange has revealed an Intel Atom-powered smartphone with a 4-inch display which the company promises will arrive with an "affordable" price tag in the summer.The device, codenamed Santa Clara, was officially announced on Monday at Mobile World Congress 2012 (MWC).
The chipmaker has detailed its mobile plans for the upcoming year and introduced a new category of lightweight laptops that will initially be based around Sandy Bridge Intel Core processors
The head of Intel's Ultra Mobility Group has resigned following disappointing progress in the mobile market, where most manufacturers have opted for ARM-designed chips
Chipmaker acquires Dutch-based systems-on-chip startup, Silicon Hive, to make Atom line of chips more attractive to wider base of devices particularly mobile devices, report notes.
Vodafone and Intel are to co-develop an Atom-based kit for companies that want to embed machine-to-machine functionality in their products.The companies announced the partnership on Tuesday, the second day of Mobile World Congress, saying in a statement that they intended the M2M Smart Services Developer Kit to "spur a new wave of innovation in the global M2M sector".
New third-party tools from Ericsson, WinMagic and RealVNC are able to take advantage of Intel's chip-level security and management options
Good news for netbook users - Intel has released its first dual-core mobile Atom processor.
Intel has announced its Atom Z6 chips, which will be used to power smartphones and tablets. We discuss the impact on the PC and mobile markets.
I have a MSI Wind loaded up with Windows 7 Ultimate and find it to be a very good mobile solution that gives me good battery life and is easy to carry in my bag. I may actually sell it soon and pick up a Nokia Booklet 3G, especially after reading Michael's four reasons to buy one. There have been arguments for and against the netbook idea, but it is hard to argue that they are not successful with forecasts predicting more than 50 million Intel-based units may be sold by the end of this year. Intel recognizes the netbooks are here to stay and to foster that adoption they announced that developers can submit applications created with the help of the Intel Atom Developer's Program SDK.