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  • Asustek bows to pressure on twin OS gear

    Intel and Asustek's plan to release mobile gear that can run both Windows and Android have hit a brick wall with both Google and Microsoft saying no.
  • Lenovo at centre of anti-IBM propaganda war

    Lenovo hopes to wow the world with new servers based on Intel's upcoming Xeon chips which are code-named Grantley. It also has a foot in the door in China which is a market HP can only dream of entering.
  • Microsoft, Intel, Google throw weight about again

    CommentWhile big players in the computing market such as Intel, Microsoft and Google love to talk about their “ecosystem” – that is to say the myriad of companies that make computers possible, the truth, as usual is more banal.
  • Samsung still Apple's chip chum

    Apple will no doubt be looking for other chip makers as working with the company you are trying to sue into a coma is bad for business. It might be that it is waiting for Intel to get up to snuff on its foundry business.
  • AMD is on the verge of a turnaround

    The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street are suddenly warming to AMD again as many start to believe it might be making gains at Intel's expense.
  • Google set to kill off Nexus 7

    The Nexus 8 and its launch are far from being confirmed by Google, but an outfit called AndroidPit thinks that that the summer launch may have something to do with Intel's release plans for a new mobile processor.
  • ARM wrestles with Intel on micro servers

    To defend its micro-server business, Intel released 22nm 64-bit Atom series processors code named Avoton in the second half of 2013. Word on the street is that Avoton did rather well and received orders from many server vendors.
  • Google, not Microsoft, drags feet on Intel's hybrid computer

    It had been thought that if anyone would oppose up the Asus Transformer Book Duet TD300 it would be Microsoft. The machine is the first to switch between Windows 8.1 and Android 4.X using Intel technology.
  • Microsoft provides proof that Direct X12 exists

    Where it is expected to be different from AMD is that it should be able to support GPUs from AMD, Intel, and Nvidia.
  • Intel produces sound technology shocka

    Fashion bag maker Intel seems to have been moving away from its roots lately, but it looks like its new SSD 730 series shows that there is still hardware life in the chipmaker yet.
  • Apple betrays its Snow Leopard users

    Snow Leopard was the last version of OS X able to run applications designed for the PowerPC processor, the Apple/IBM/Motorola-crafted CPU used by Apple before it switched to Intel in 2006.
  • Intel coming in the air tonight

    Intel has come up with a new form of ultra-high-speed wireless tech which lets small base stations handle shedloads of data.
  • HP cannot stop taking the tablets

    The new HP ProPad is built for businesses whose employees spend as much time out of the office as in it. No matter how long the day gets or where work takes them, employees can stay productive with the latest Intel Atom™ Quad-Core chip, long battery life, Windows 8.1, preloaded HP apps and up to 64G
  • Chipmakers plough cash into EUV

    Andrew Grenville, Inpria's chief executive told Oregon Live that Samsung Venture Investment Corp. led the round, joined by Intel Capital and Applied Ventures – the venture capital arm of equipment-maker Applied Materials.
  • Via shifts chip making to China

    The company's x86 CPU business is licensed by Intel and moving related resources to a new joint venture might raise an eyebrow at Chipzilla's HQ. However, the chip giant may not be able to do much because Intel reached an agreement with the US's Fair Trade Commission (FTC)
  • Intel's Itanium is about to sink

    Intel's most recent Itanium chip, code-named Poulson, was released in late 2012 and the next one named Kittson, is due for release in 2015, and that may be the last product in the line.
  • Intel invests in big data in little China

    Fashion bag maker Intel is pouring cash into Chinese tech firms that are helping to accelerate the adoption of cloud computing and analytics.
  • Intel to release Haswell refresh early

    There is a Digitimes rumour coming out of Taiwan which suggests that there will be sooner-than-expected Haswell CPU refresh by Intel.

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