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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For three days, techies gathered in San Francisco for the Intel Developer Forum.
Sure, they're press photos from Intel, but doesn't this little thing look cool?
On Day 2 of the Intel Developer Forum, the chipmaker showed off new motherboards, classmate PCs, and Moorestown, the next-generation of Intel's ultra-mobile platform.
Following a technical stumble which allowed AMD to gain a lead, Intel has now released the long awaited Centrino 2 notebook platform.
Intel shows what's behind the doors to its research facilities at Research@Intel Day which was held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.
If the world's largest chip manufacturer wanted to impress the world, what would it do? Our inside photo gallery from the Intel developer conference in Shanghai reveals the world's smallest motherboard, fondling robots, fuel cells, medical technology and Intel finally unleashing the power of the Atom.
IBM, Intel Sun Microsystems, and Super Micro have their wares on display at the SC07 supercomputing conference.
Intel's announcements at its 2007 Developer Forum in San Francisco centred around the availability of its Penryn processors later this year and future plans for its Nehalem microarchitecture, but CEO Paul Otellini also used the opening keynote to show off some cool prototypes and other fancy equipment.
This gallery compares AMD's latest 690G integrated graphics chipset to Intel's G965 integrated graphics chipset.
If you're looking to buy (or build) a new computer, we have a whole new generation of motherboards from AMD and Intel.
The specifications for the Alienware Area-51 7500 are impressive: an overclocked Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700 Quad CPU, the NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX, 2GB RAM, and a RAID 0 set of hard drives. This personal computer is fast, powerful, and physically imposing. But more importantly, purchasing this Alienware desktop in May 2007 will put you well ahead of the average personal computer curve and keep you there for a long time.
One of the more popular, geek-friendly weekend projects available is the building of a functional Media PC. TechRepublic Senior Software Engineer Bryan Peabody recently spent a weekend creating a Media PC using Microsoft Windows Media Center as its operating system. Here are a few of his observations and some screenshots of the process and his new Media PC in action.
A peek at the chipmaker's data center strategy.
In a manipulative attempt to demonstrate leadership over AMD for the press and analysts, Intel twists benchmark data to make it look as though it's latest Xeons are outperforming the best AMD has to offer. Yet, upon closer inspection, most of the data being shown is irrelevant.
A lot of people don't realize that it's possible to build a dual-core workstation with good 2D graphics and even some decent 3D performance that's fully Vista capable for a reasonable price. In fact, you can do it for around $1,133. The only catch is that you actually have to build it. This tutorial explains the parts you need and shows you how to assemble it all. Not only do you get the satisfaction of knowing you've put in good components, you also get the satisfaction of giving the PC life with your own hands.