The chip giant is ready to sacrifice margins for market share. But will this work?
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Now that Intel has contributed the Thunderbolt 3 protocol to the USB Promoter Group, faster speeds and greater compatibility is on the horizon
If you have a spare $3,000 doing nothing, then you could drop it on Intel's first 28-core unlocked workstation processor.
It's been decades since AMD and Intel last collaborated, but pressure from Nvidia has the two chip giants teaming up once again.
The processor market is heating up as AMD and Intel fire shots across one another's bows.
Intel's new LTE chipset should help it close the gap on rival Qualcomm, but it still has some way to go.
Intel is rumored to be getting ready to slash six months off the Atom timeline, bringing low-energy parts to market faster than ever before, and putting it in a strong position to compete against ARM.
Thunderbolt 2, which had previously been known by its code name Falcon Ridge, is a revamp of the original Thunderbolt interface and offers 20Gbps of bidirectional transfer rate.
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 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.