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Apple Semiconductors: Brave New Macs

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?

November 6, 2012

Intel pours cash into eye-tracking specialist Tobii

A consortium of investors have given Swedish eye-tracking specialist Tobii $21m (£13m) in funding to help it expand its technology into mainstream computers and other mass-market applications.Intel's investment division, Intel Capital, joined existing investors Amadeus Capital, Investor Growth Capital and Northzone Ventures in the funding round, Tobii announced on Tuesday.

March 20, 2012 by

Intel CEO: Google TV coming this month, Apple TV "really simplistic"

The Wall Street Journal interviewed Intel CEO Paul Otellini about the chip giant's forays into devices that aren't primarily computers, and he had a couple of things to say about Google TV.Like Logitech and Sony, Intel is an initial partner with the search giant on Google TV, but unlike Logitech and Sony, it's apparently willing to pinpoint when the first products using the technology will be available: this month.

September 9, 2010 by

Was Intel's x86 the "gateway drug" for Apple's ARM?

Apple's move to the x86 Intel architecture for the Macintosh in 2005 may have only been a temporary stop on the way to its logical end-state: the acquisition of PA Semi and the creation of ARM-based personal computers.

March 14, 2010

Intel demos 48-core chip

Pushing several steps farther in the multicore direction, Intel on demonstrated a fully programmable 48-core processor it thinks will pave the way for massive data computers powerful enough to do more of what humans can.

December 2, 2009 by

NComputing announces new Microsoft partnership

I've featured NComputing a few times in this blog, largely focusing on their solutions that turn a single workstation into as many as 10 workstations using thin client technologies. In particular, I wrote about NComputing's successful bid (beating out Intel and OLPC) to provide thin-client computers to as many as 1.

November 18, 2009 by

Intel on laptop chips: Speed kills

Intel today announced its Core i7 Mobile Processor for laptop computers, as well as an "Extreme Edition" version designed for gaming machines. The company, though, isn't just touting the improved processor clock speed - which is 75 percent faster through the use of Intel's Turbo Boost Technology.

September 23, 2009 by

Intel joins Dell in fight against 'netbook' trademark

Intel has joined the fight against Psion over the "netbook" trademark, arguing that the public already uses the term in a generic manner to represent "extensions of the notebook category, smaller computers purpose-built for mobile Internet access," according to the Courthouse News Service.

February 25, 2009 by

CyberPower introduces Atom-powered Windows Home Server 100

We already have both networking and storage companies flooding the market with network storage, but now it looks like boutique PC makers are getting into the act as well. CyberPower, best known for its gaming computers, has just announced a unit based on an Intel Atom processor and running Windows Home Server server.

February 17, 2009 by

New nanotechnology to speed up computers

University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB) researchers have developed new nanoscale structures that will help to speed up computers. This research project was funded by IBM, Intel and other partners including the U.S. National Science Foundation. This new manufacturing process is called block co-polymer lithography (or BCP). The scientists 'have created a way to make square, nanoscale, chemical patterns -- from the bottom up -- that may be used in the manufacture of integrated circuit chips as early as 2011.' But read more...

September 29, 2008 by

IDF video: Intel demos quad-core notebooks

Intel's David Perlmutter showed the company's new quad-core laptop computers at the Intel Developer Conference in San Francisco. He demonstrated how video conferencing can be done in HD--even with other applications running in the background--without sacrificing power and performance.

August 20, 2008 by

Intel demos quad-core notebooks

Intel's David Perlmutter showed the company's new quad-core laptop computers at the Intel Developer Conference in San Francisco. He demonstrated how video conferencing can be done in HD--even with other applications running in the background--without sacrificing power and performance.

August 20, 2008 by

Inside Intel's Atom

Intel has launched its Atom processor, which will be seen in a wide range of computers, from Mobile Internet Devices to low-power notebooks (Netbooks) and desktops (Nettops). Here's a tour of the underlying technology.

June 3, 2008 by

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