Intel's Lexington Atom chip, the Z2420, will be used to power a new Android device, the Yolo, in Kenya.
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Intel has confirmed its president and chief exec is to step down next year, having been in charge of the chipmaker since 2005.
A few weeks ago, I was in Shanghai, at the Intel Developers Forum. Intel was keen to show off what it hopes will be the bridging device between high-end mobiles and laptops: the mobile Internet device or MID. Intel was showing off a lot of interesting things at the conference. The MID, sadly, was not one of them.
Intel has been showing off a programming model which it claims will help C and C++ developers take advantage of a parallel computing without the need for any code changes.
Despite the ongoing questions over the viability of WiMax, Intel's GM of mobility believes that the long range wireless standard is just going through the same growing pains as Wi-Fi.
Intel has confirmed plans to launch solid state drives (SSD) this week at the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai, and claimed SSDs will beat their hard disk drive equivalents on failure rates.
Intel has set its technicians working on a new initiative that it hopes will get mobile devices piggybacking on other devices its user may come across, as well as making use of the increasing number of sensors — such as cameras and GPS — within the device itself.
In the future, your network will help you decided between a career as a fashion model or a doctor, and tell you to lay off the sugary snacks, according to Intel.
Chipmaker pumps $25 million into joint venture with Pipex to provide WiMax to homes, businesses and others in U.K.