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If others have gotten the headlines in Internet of Things, it's not for her firm's lack of tech, says Intel's Europe head of IoT
Is it finally Intel's time to shine in mobile devices with an inexpensive off-contract phone that has 4 GB of memory and a quad-core Atom processor?
Cloud computing likes fast hardware so Intel has partnered with eASIC to provided specialized silicon for cloud-sized jobs.
Suffice to say, these chips are meant for massive big data sets run by large corporations and organizations relying on in-memory computing and big data to influence and shift their own global business practices.
Intel is brewing up a potent recipe of wireless technology, imaging devices, authentication systems, and complete ODM turnkey solutions for its Atom X-series of chips, in its efforts to establish a hold on the highly competitive global mobility market.
The new accessory uses Intel's Wireless Gigabit technology to eliminate the need for cables to attach to the notebook docking station.
After debuting its PC-on-a-HDMI-adapter at CES, the chip giant is readying it for shipment -- and has already delivered the first wave of units to tech reviewers.
The old IT culture wanted other corporate departments to back off and let specialists do their work. Now, IT security is front and center from boardrooms to the Oval Office, according to Intel.
UPDATED: Intel was also expected on Tuesday to shed light on the company's goal to ramp up profitability for its mobile strategy by $800 million in 2015.
Intel's latest results should provide some clues to the health of the PC market. Lately the signs haven't been good. But at the Intel Developer Forum in Shenzhen, Intel insisted there's still plenty of life left in the PC.
The faster of the two computers is expected to have a peak performance of 180 petaflops -- which will make it one the world's most powerful computing systems.
The global semiconductor market saw a 7.9 percent increase in total revenue last year, hitting $340.3 billion, according to new research by Gartner.
The drives use four lanes of PCIe 3.0 to deliver high performance, though you'll pay nearly $500 for the 400GB version. The company also rolled out the SSD 535 series at more affordable prices.
There's a new kind of computer in town and it's resides on an HDMI stick that's not much bigger than a pack of gum.
Laptops and desktops don't come cheap for enterprises or small business owners. Depending on your app needs, spending $100 to $150 for a PC on a stick could make sense.
The stands, the smartphones, the smartwatches, and the smartcars.
In November 2014, the top six supercomputers all run Linux, but that's about the only thing they have in common.
Chip giant Intel has showcased technology from 3D displays to digital assistants and wireless charging.
Why waste valuable desk space on an old-school PC tower when you can combine the PC with the display in a single all-in-one system.
Microsoft and Intel have come together to show strength in numbers with a pop-up shop that's carrying the largest single collection of Windows 8 machines in Scandinavia.
Let's kick off this series by looking at processors and motherboards in three different price categories.
Motorola's first Intel-powered Android handset will be making its way to Europe in October for an as-yet undisclosed sum, but can it take on its ARM-based rivals?
The Next Unit of Computing (NUC) boards see Intel target consumers and retailers with a low-cost PC that still packs an Ivy Bridge punch.
Coke machines, a psychologist, and futuristic grocery shopping combine with Intel's usual display of new chip and hardware technology at the Intel Developer Forum from San Francisco.
The Grand X IN will be the first Intel-powered smartphone to be released in Europe by a manufacturer, rather than an operator.
Intel's Ivy Bridge CPUs are now on sale so it's time to look at putting together a system based around this new and exciting silicon.
Intel celebrates its 40th anniversary with a look at the chips that made it famous.
Intel reveals what will power its next-generation of chips, the 3D Tri-Gate transistor.
Intel held its annual Tech Innovation Event in New York City on Wednesday, filled with tons of exciting and innovative products ranging from digital touch screens for in-store shopping to robots that could act as personal assistants. Let's take a look.
Intel is teaming with football helmet maker Riddell and researchers to produce technology that will make football a safer sport. Plus, a look at football helmets of the past.
At CES in Las Vegas, Intel's Mooly Eden updates the company's "ultrabook" efforts, including a concept transparent touch screen on the back side, coupled with the Windows 8 Metro user interface.
At the Intel Developer Forum, Google announced it is teaming up with the chipmaker to optimize Android for Intel-powered mobile devices. Google Senior Vice President Andy Rubin made an appearance during the keynote address with Intel CEO Paul Otellini to announce that all future versions of Android will use the x86 chip architecture.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel CEO Paul Otellini discusses Intel’s notebook venture as the “most satisfying and complete computer experience” ever with a sleeker and lighter design and a long battery life at mainstream prices. The first Ultrabooks have already started shipping from select partners and more will be on the way by the holiday season this year.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Intel CEO Paul Otellini and VP Mooly Eden talk about the company's new line of desktop and laptop CPUs. The processor lineup known as Sandy Bridge is positioned to handle high-quality video gaming without a separate processor.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel CTO Justin Rattner discusses "context-aware computing." The new technology will soon be embedded in mobile devices and will be able to learn about who you are, where you are, how you're feeling, and what you want. Tim Jarrell, publisher of Fodor's Travel, demos how the technology works as a personal vacation assistant for travelers to San Francisco.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel VP Renee James unveils a new MeeGo tablet and smart TV, both running the company's Atom processor. MeeGo is an open-source software project targeting Intel customers looking to add their customized interface to Internet-enabled devices.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel CEO Paul Otellini demos Google's television platform, which is due to hit the market later this month. Powered by Intel's processors, the new software allows embedded TV programming and game sharing via Facebook and other Web sites.
Has in-store shopping lost it's luster? A proof-of-concept from Intel tries to restore the recreation retail experience with speedy payment options and smart purchasing suggestions. ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das checks out a point of sale kiosk that blends the best of online and bricks and mortar stores.
Dell has done a lot more than simply upgrade the PowerEdge T320 to the new Xeon E5-2400 processor. Memory and storage also get a huge boost, and there's optional iDRAC 7 management and an embedded hypervisor option, making this a real SME power platform.
If you're shopping at the premium end of the business desktop market, you'll be hard-pressed to do better than the Dell OptiPlex 960.
Despite its strong performance, the tacky design and inflated price leaves the Toshiba Tecra R10 behind the competition.
Beautifully designed and reassuringly robust, the 1.5kg VAIO Z11 marries a decent-sized 13.1-inch screen with good portability. It's not flawless, but if you can afford it, you won't be disappointed.
The HP Compaq 6730b is a reasonable but uninteresting business notebook. Unfortunately the competition — and even HP — are offering much better systems at a comparative or lower price.
Panasonic has created a new paradigm in rugged notebooks with the CF-U1, which is a nice balance between portability and functionality. However businesses should be aware of its limited performance, and note that protection comes at a premium price.
A solid business laptop with excellent battery life, the EliteBook 6930p won't disappoint, but there is little in this laptop to warrant the 'Elite' label.
Asus packs the same basic components found in other Netbooks into a stylish, slim chassis for a modest premium in price, with some unfortunate keyboard-layout compromises.
Asus' TS500 offers reliability, speed and efficiency at a low price for a mid-range tower server. However, case design is not ideal, and the system strangely requires a PS2 keyboard and mouse.
Fujitsu's foray into Centrino 2 laptops is solid, but the competition is offering more features at a lower price.
The Lenovo A57 is a well-priced office desktop with a strong performance. While very similar to its smaller sibling, the M57e, the A57 offers better performance and upgrade options for a small price increase.
The Lenovo M57 eco is a small form-factor desktop that is promoted by the company as energy efficient. We found it to be a capable and powerful office performer for its size, but with limited upgrade options.
Despite its conservative appearance there is modern technology inside, providing solid performance.
The Acer Aspire e650 is a powerful, feature-rich media centre, but we're still not convinced that Viiv is mature enough for mass adoption.
The Inspiron 6400 is a mid-range notebook with an entry-level price tag. It'll handle most applications nicely, but it's a little on the heavy side and isn't suitable for gaming.