Intel unveils its Atom C2000 server chips for web data centers.
Brian Krzanich, Intel CEO, and Renee James, president, will focus on mobility at IDF keynotes.
Engineers are asking: Does the world really need more than two computer architectures?
Santa Clara University is one of the many educational institutions who have developed programs aimed at social entrepreneurs, and last Thursday, 13 social enterprises gave speed pitches to a room of impact investors as part of the Global Social Benefit Incubator (GSBI) Accelerator Showcase.
Guest Post Intel may have dominated the data center since the 1990s, but after more than a decade, the battle for the server silicon and control of the data center is about to re-ignite again.
Editor’s Pick Chip architect and DARPA researcher Bob Colwell outlines the challenges of chip design as Moore’s Law slows
Editor’s Pick That, coupled with news that Samsung is announcing its first-ever developer conference this morning, is fueling speculation that the Korean company will be launching Tizen, its first Tizen smartphone, and perhaps even the long-rumored S Cloud in late October, all together.
New multi-mode LTE wireless chip will bring it into direct battle with Qualcomm.
Display technology is making possible new kinds of devices from wearables to giant displays.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 runs a Exynos 5 Octa central processing unit with multiple cores and a GPU, or graphical processing unit, that hums along at 480 MHz GPU.
Unless, of course, you’re running benchmarking applications.
Sponsored Post The processors that Intel has introduced for smartphones and tablets are proving to be high-performance, low-power competitors in a rapidly growing global market. And Intel says it’s just getting started.
Needless to say, investors’ confidence was impacted by this week’s flood of earnings news. Here’s a look at what moved up, what moved down, and why.
Sponsored Post Intel’s Tony Salvador is a social scientist whose job is to study the way people use technology, how that’s changing, and what it can tell us about the future.
2-in-1 designs give users both laptop and tablet experiences in one device.
Intel is struggling in a weak PC industry, but its earnings are still enviable. Earnings per share are on target.
Intel is making a big play for gesture computing with the acquisition of Omek Interactive.
Editor’s Pick It’s entirely possible that the National Security Agency has already put backdoors into your PC, enabling them to bypass any encryption techniques you might be using.
Lots of winners this week and fewer losers in the world of publicly traded technology companies. Go team!
Languishing at 1 percent of a global phone market it helped create, Google subsidiary Motorola is planning to unveil the Moto X, a customizable phone, this summer. And to support its launch, Google is planning to spend as much as $500 million.
The ubiquitous sensors on our mobile gadgets are both a blessing and a curse.
PS4 architect Mark Cerny decided that simpler was better for the console’s design.
Intel’s corporate bylines dictate that “employees may not serve as corporate officers past the age of 65.”
Intel CTO confirms the company is working on “novel display devices” in a conversation about smartwatches.
When Edward Snowden leaked the news about PRISM, we thought it was just 9 U.S. companies that were sharing customers’ data with the National Security Agency (NSA). Now it looks like literally thousands of technology, finance, and manufacturing firms are working with the NSA, CIA, FBI, and branches of the U.S. military.
Intel is offering to play digital content providers major money in order to lock down deals for its upcoming set top box.
Intel has a strategic interest in making perceptual computing successful, since the future of the PC depends on it.
Softkinetic will also provide gesture recognition embedded in a tablet.
Intel’s Tom Kilroy sets the context for why the PC revolution will continue.
Editor’s Pick Intel formally unveils its Haswell-based chips and paints a rosy picture for the PC’s future.
Bay Trail will power high-end tablets while Merrifield will be the brain of smartphones.
ARM aims to enable the $200 to $350 smartphone that can do cool things and reach a far larger audience.
Laptops with the new chips will have twice the graphics capability.
Tomorrow is the National Day of Civic Hacking. The goal of the initiative is to build solutions that address issues in neighborhoods, cities, states, and the country using publicly-released data
The high-end PC is already a step ahead of the consoles. In six months, it will be even further ahead.
The new chips will pave the way toward AMD’s upcoming ARM-based server chips.
When idle, the new fourth-generation Core chips will use 20 times less power than the predecessor chips.
Editor’s Pick Source confirms that Intel has scored a big win for its mobile processor business.
For his entry in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, this teen created a realistic design for a car like Google’s self-driving cars. The big difference is that his version would be viable around the world, not just in super-rich enclaves like Silicon Valley.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, a Finish mobile company was working on a ground-breaking game-changing world-shaking new smartphone operating system based on Linux rising from the ashes of Intel’s Moblin and its own Maemo projects.