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  • Intel shows off Broadwell

    Intel President Renée James provided the assorted throngs at Computex with a debut of a next-gen "Broadwell" chip under the bonnet of a Llama Mountain device.
  • Intel makes robot from 3D printed parts

    Fashion bag maker Intel is going to release a kitset for a walking, talking robot to match its nice handbags.
  • Chipzilla pushes into China with Rockchip deal

    Under the deal, Rockchip will to make chips for inexpensive tablets running Google Android platform for Intel.
  • AMD runs out of steam

    CommentValve used Nvidia and Intel hardware, with the promise that AMD support will arrive later, however no one seems to be in a rush.
  • AMD releases Bald Eagle

    This will make the R-Series the better performers in AMD's embedded range. If AMD's testing is right, and we are not saying it is, the top-end AMD RX-427BB chip scored 2051 on the 3DMark 11 benchmark suite to Intel's Haswell-based Core i7-4765T's 1424.
  • Broadwell delayed until end of the year

    Intel Chief Executive Brian Krzanich has promised that the fashion bag maker will pause in its interest in catwalks for five minutes around Christmas to release the next-generation Broadwell processors.
  • Qualcomm to write $US300 million cheque for Wilocity

    The company was founded in 2007 by Tal Tamir, who is CEO Danny Rettig, and Jorg wave Meissen. The three were leading developers at Intel and experts on the Centrino mobile processors and were behind the first generations of WiFi.
  • Intel told to get out of mobile

    A report from JP Morgan suggested that Intel will carry on losing money in the mobile sector – including tablets and smartphones.
  • Lenovo polishes the Chrome

    Both models have an 11.6-inch display with a 1366x768 resolution but the N20p has 10-point multi-touch support. Other features include an unidentified Intel Celeron processor, integrated Intel graphics, up to 4GB of DDR3L memory, up to 16GB of eMMC storage, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.02, 1MP webcam
  • Intel expands Quark

    Intel has expanded its Quark family of embedded ultra-low power microprocessors with a new X1020 SKU.
  • The world celebrates 50 years of BASIC

    It is now more than 50 years since John Kemeny and a student programmer both typed RUN and started their Basic programs at the same time. They had created what became known as Dartmouth Basic - or Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code.
  • Lenovo shows off Windows Tablet

    It would appear that the Lenovo ThinkPad 10 will have a 10.1 inch IPS display with a 1920x1200 resolution. Under the bonnet there will be a Bay trail 1.6 GHz Intel Atom Z3795 quad-core processor, support for either 2 or 4GB of RAM and SSD storage options of 64 and 128GB.
  • 64-bit Android phone demand better than expected

    Intel has released Android KitKat 4.4 with a 64-bit kernel optimised for Intel Architecture saying that this will provide 64-bit kernel support for development of next-generation devices.
  • AMD will develop a 20nm process

    This is a turn around on AMD’s position a couple of years ago when it was telling the world+dog that it did not need the latest process technologies to succeed on the market.
  • Intel loses more fans

    Chipmaker turned fashion bag designer, Intel has announced that its fanless NUC DE3815TYKHE kit will begin shipping on April 28. The company press release calls it a "pint-sized powerhouse" which makes us thirsty just thinking about it.
  • Intel woos Chinese tablet makers

    Intel is trying to get into the cheap and cheerful Chinese market by convincing OEMs behind the bamboo curtain that its low-power Bay Trail processors are an ARM alternative.
  • Intel lucks out on Acer phone

    Acer will be launching a 4G handset in Taiwan in the next quarter, but it will not be touching Intel's offerings with a ten-foot barge pole.
  • AMD yaps at Intel's tablet rebates

    AMD is incandescent with rage at Intel's cunning plan to offering rebates to device makers that use its chips for tablets.

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