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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From Intel's first microprocessor to XScale chips, photos from the Intel Museum in Santa Clara showcase many of the company's biggest achievements.
Intel has brought together six years of silicon photonics research into two chips, combining ultra-fast optics with silicon production techniques in the hopes of making very fast networking very cheap.
Intel has announced a new Many Integrated Core architecture for massively parallel processors.
Intel demos new Atom chip with "Pine Trail" mobile dual-core and "Oak Trail" processors optimized for tablets and netbooks.
Intel announced a new line of ultra-low-voltage chips that will be primarily for 12-inch to 13-inch ultra-thin laptops
Haswell's incremental improvements deliver better system-on-chip products with useful improvements in battery life, cost and form factors; other enhancements signal Intel's intention to fight...
Intel shows off its vision of the future of retailing with a holographic, augmented reality digital touchscreen display.
Intel launched its latest server chips designed for next generation data centers and is pitching a five month return on investment for customers using single core servers.
Intel upgrades a new Atom chip for netbooks that will integrate graphics with the CPU for the first time.
Intel's new Reader converts printed text to digital text, then reads it aloud to the user.
CEO Paul Otellini kicks off the Intel Developer Forum by showing off Intel's future - a 22nm process that will keep Moore's Law alive.
Over the past few days I've been taking Intel's Moblin 2.0 Linux desktop for netbooks for a spin. Can Intel compete with its long-time partner Microsoft in the operating system game?
Intel announced a new Atom chip and Moblin Beta 2.0 in its efforts to grab market share before netbooks reach their prime.
At CES, Intel launched a new model of its Classmate PC that transforms into a tablet. Classmates are Intel netbooks that are designed to introduce computers to primary school children.
Intel fans got together this week in Taipei, Taiwan to attend the Intel Developer Forum, where the company planned to tout its designs on faster, more power-efficient chips and platforms as well as talk about technology trends.