Intel held on to its chip industry leadership in 2014, but it faces a challenge from Samsung and, in the long run, perhaps from Qualcomm, as smartphones and tablets compete against traditional PCs.
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A new Chromebook 2 configuration features a Bay Trail Celeron processor instead of Samsung's Exynos chip, while Dell's Chromebook 11 gets a Core i3 Haswell CPU option.
Rejecting existing, open source groups looking to establish a common approach for the Internet of Things, Samsung, Intel, Broadcom, Dell have formed the Open Interconnect Consortium to establish a common open source approach for the Internet of Things.
The companies are working with hardware partners to deliver 23.6-inch displays for under $400 and Intel Core-based all-in-one 4K PCs for $999 by the holiday shopping season.
While Crucial's MX100 targets budget consumers, the Intel Solid-State Drive Data Center Family for PCIe and Samsung 845DC EVO lineup cover the enterprise market.
Ericsson and Samsung have ended several wireless patent disputes in a cross-licensing deal that could be worth billions.
Although NSA's elite joint special operations command brags that they've been able to track switched off mobile phones for almost a decade, no one quite knows how they did it.
Among the retailer specials are the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1-inch tablet for $299.99 and a Dell Inspiron laptop with an Intel Haswell Core i7 processor for $699.99.
Facebook, Samsung, Ericsson, MediaTek, Nokia, Opera, and Qualcomm have teamed up to bring the internet to the two thirds of the world's population without access.
Intel is now part of the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) Board of Directors, joining firms including Qualcomm, Samsung and Broadcom.
Can Intel's deal with Samsung improve the chipmaker's long-term prospects?
U.S. chipmaker agrees to acquire certain assets of ST-Ericsson's Global Navigation Satellite Systems business, and 130 employees from ST-Ericsson will join Intel as part of the deal.
A startup that makes tech that can predict information you need before you know you need it has announced a new funding round.
Support from industry giants Samsung and Intel will only help the Linux-based mobile platform that much, and support from device makers and developers is crucial for its long-term future.
The mini-desktop PC, which runs the Google Chrome OS, shows up online in a new configuration that doesn't include an under-powered processor for once.
Request comes in response to Ericsson's earlier request that U.S. International Trade Commission ban some of Samsung's products amid the ongoing patent dispute between both vendors.
Ericsson is turning up the heat another notch on world's biggest smartphone seller with a plea to the ITC.
[UPDATE] Swedish telecoms company takes legal action in the U.S. after Samsung allegedly refuses to sign a licensing agreement under Fair, Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory (FRAND) terms despite a two-year negotiation.
Apple's hiring of 16-year AMD chip veteran could allow the Cupertino tech giant to shift A-series processor production away from Samsung. But the move could also have implications for Intel, which supplies CPUs for Macs.
Big high-tech players like Samsung, Intel, and Foxconn flock to central China to chase cheap labor and enjoy favorable policies.
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