Intel is the semiconductor leader with franchises such as the Xeon, Core and Atom processor lines. The chip giant is the market share leader and has been steadfast in its argument that manufacturing is a difference maker for the company. Intel is currently riding the PC and server upgrade cycles.
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While Intel is enthusiastic about touch-enabled devices, even if it hits 25 percent market penetration by 2016, it will still be niche rather than a must-have feature, which doesn't bode well for Microsoft and its touch ambitions for Windows.
Rumors are swirling about what could be the first major move for Intel's brand new CEO.
Could $200 ultrathin, touch-screen PC be the shot in the arm that the PC industry needs to climb out of the tailspin it has found itself in?
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-powered computers will come bundled with affordable Internet packages, as part of the state-owned telco's target to quadruple broadband connections to 20 million by 2015.
Silvermont is exciting not because of what Silvermont itself brings to the table, but what it is going to mean for the mobile space over the coming years. Intel will do with Silvermont what it did with Conroe back in 2006, using it as a platform to build upon over the coming years.
Intel is aiming to target all of its market segments from smartphones to datacenters with its new low-power SoC: Silvermont.
Intel watchers have focused on new CEO Brian Krzanich, when the much more interesting appointment is Intel's president, Renee James.
Intel is preparing to unleash its fourth-generation of Core processors featuring GPUs that are 50 percent faster than found in previous-generation hardware.
Intel is replacing outgoing CEO Paul Otellini with two executives.
Brian Krzanich will stay the course at Intel and possible double down on manufacturing. There's a continuity benefit today, but if the chip giant needs to make a more radical move it may have to pay up later.
Brian Krzanich becomes Intel's sixth CEO and will take over on May 16. Renee James, who most recently led Intel's push into software, will become president of Intel. Will this duo have mobile chops?
A startup that makes tech that can predict information you need before you know you need it has announced a new funding round.
Intel has announced the date that it will unveil its fourth-generation Core processors codenamed Haswell: Monday, June 3, a day before the Computex Taipei trade show is set to kick off.
Chip giant urges Thailand to offer a low-cost prepaid mobile 3G service to low-income citizens to close the digital divide and create greater economic growth.