The Apple Watch might have stolen the show on Tuesday, but Intel also has a new smartwatch in the pipeline for the holiday season.
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A new tech trial drama on the way? A new federal court turn-of-events could pave the way.
Apple, Intel, Salesforce.com, and now Microsoft are just a few of the big corporate names adding their voice forward to protest Arizona's SB 1062, a law that would allow employees and workplaces to discriminate against people based on their religious beliefs.
Apple upgraded its high-end Retina MacBooks today with the latest Intel processor technology and a $200 price drop.
The most important thing that was heard at the iPhone 5S launch event was talk of a "Desktop-Class" architecture using 64-bit ARM chips of Apple's own design.
Apple upped its game by including the latest Haswell processor from Intel in the current MacBook Air. After almost three months using the Air, this details how it's held up.
Apple announced the next generation MacBook Air with the new Intel Haswell processor that almost doubles battery life.
Rumors are swirling about what could be the first major move for Intel's brand new CEO.
The shift from the PC to post-PC technology has been good for wireless carriers, who globally pull in a combined revenue of some $1.3 trillion a year. This is equivalent to four times the combined revenue of Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Intel.
Intel has released a statement claiming that the 'packet of death' problem affecting its 82574L Ethernet controller is not a design problem but instead a problem confined to hardware manufactured by a single -- but as yet unnamed -- manufacturer.
Two tech giants have reportedly been bidding for the services of 250 engineers laid off from Texas Instruments. Now it appears that Apple has won them over - or has it?
Sending a specially crafted packet to an Intel 82574L Ethernet controller can cause the hardware to hang, and the 'packet of death' could be put to malicious use and crash systems even when protected by a firewall.
As the PC industry continues to stagnate, rumors suggest that Intel is preparing to make an assault on the living room, going head-to-head against the likes of Apple, Microsoft, and Sony.
Analysts keep predicting a new mobile processor customer for Intel. The candidate that some consider unlikely candidate given the history of the computer industry: Apple.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini said that the company is open to manufacturing chips for other companies if the situation isn't competitive. Would Apple fit?
RBC Capital Markets speculates that Intel could build ARM-based chips for future iPhones and, in return, Apple could use x86 processors in next-generation iPads.
According to recent reports by Bloomberg and other sites, Apple is looking to switch from Intel to ARM processors for Macs. These stories misread the standard jockeying between technology suppliers and customers in the industry.
If Apple switched from the Intel architecture now used in its Macintosh computers to something of its own design, how exactly would they go about it?
Apple is pondering a move to non-Intel Macs. If Apple follows through it would give ARM a nice computing win.
At a special event Apple today announced a speed-bumped Mac mini (and four other new pieces of hardware.)
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