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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 electronics giant says that it will expand its small contract manufacturing business, giving the firm a revenue boost in the wake of dwindling PC sales.
In order to make up for lost ground, Intel is looking to quadruple its tablet business to 40 million units during the coming year.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said the company will donate 50,000 Galileo boards to 1,000 universities around the world in the next 18 months.
The company claims its new diminutive notebook offers more than 8 hours of battery life when configured with an Intel Haswell processor.
The latest hybrid device from the company runs on an Intel Atom processor and includes 64GB of storage capacity.
According to the company, the latest ioTurbine provides the option to cache in the guest virtual machine or hypervisor.
The company shows off its new desktop/tablet hybrid that eschews Intel and Windows at an event in Beijing. It arrives in the U.S. in September starting at $399.
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch is attractive and solidly built, with an excellent touchscreen and a great keyboard. However, we'd like to see more ports and a removable battery at the very least. As it stands, this ultrabook is too expensive for widespread deployment.
Intel officially unveiled its fourth-generation Core processors for a "new breed of 2-in-1 devices." At the same time the company said its upcoming Silvermont Atom would be extended into notebooks, convertibles and all-in-ones starting as low as $400.
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.
More than five years after Intel first announced Atom, the company has introduced the first top-to-bottom redesign of its low-power processor. With the Silvermont microarchitecture, does Intel finally have all the ingredients to challenge ARM in smartphones and tablets?
"Never in the history of our company has our ability to participate across the spectrum of computing been greater," says Intel CEO Paul Otellini.
CEO Paul Otellini said in a release that the company performed well "amidst market softness" that translated to revenue declines in its PC and data center groups.
If you want really fast Linux drive I/O for your data-center servers, Intel has a new program for you.
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?
Intel's investment arm to fund innovative technology firms, including five from Asia, which support its goal of driving utilization of microprocessors.
The underlying theory that drives Intel is this: As long as the company keeps making great x86 processors things will be fine. Analysts are beginning to question that logic.
In his keynote, Intel exec Dadi Perlmutter said that the company was once focused on CPUs but has evolved to focus on platforms and experiences. That may be true, but the star of the show was still a CPU, specifically the 4th-generation Core processor, code-named Haswell, due out next year.
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