Intel is pushing hard to become a leader in the SSD space.
Mobile cores are growing. But really, what do you really need them all for?
Earlier today Intel agreed to finalize a takeover of Altera. Here’s why it’s a timely move.
Intel says that it’s bringing USB-C compatibility to Thunderbolt.
The Father of Moore’s Law gives it another decade.
New 18-core Xeon chips ready for crunching big data.
In 1965 Gordon Moore penned his eponymous law about semiconductors. 50 years later, how close are we to reaching the limit?
The company is still waiting for that miraculous recovery in the PC sector.
The deal potential takeover deal grinded to a halt because Altera leadership raised disagreements about a price.
2014 was all about convincing Chinese vendors to put Intel silicon in tablets. Now it’s all about the PC.
At IDF Shenzhen 2015, Intel’s Doug Fisher re-affirmed the company’s support for helping China develop an indigenous mobile OS.
IDF Shenzhen 2015 kickoff keynote lacked aggressive goals or big announcements, but was rather a look at the level of collaboration between Intel and China.
Intel promised some big things at last year’s IDF Shenzhen. How many promises did the company keep?
Super cheap chips from Rockchip allows low-end Chromebooks to hit $149.
Weak demand for desktop PCs and challenging economic conditions in Europe hurt the company’s Q1 prospects.
With serious vendor support from the PC side and full blown enthusiasm from Apple, USB Type-C is ready to take on everyone else.
Intel said Wednesday that it had agreed to pay $650 million to acquire LSI’s Axxia network technology business from Avago Technologies. Singapore-based Avago purchased LSI late last year $6.6 billion, and has been divesting of some of the company’s assets during the course of the year. Avago recently sold LSI’s storage assets (the prize amongst these assets was the flash storage technology) to Seagate for $450 million. Axxia’s networking business produces SoCs that power switches, line cards and hubs which are compatible with both PowerPC and ARM architecture. Axxia also has a portfolio of wireless networking IP for networked devices, as well as routers and