Is Intel trying to make Android on the PC mainstream?
Upcoming Skylake microarchitecture will have better support for Android.
Heat issues with Intel’s upcoming high-capacity SSDs prompted design adjustments
Upcoming Fultondale and Pleasantdale SSDs required adjustments by designers because of increased...
Intel demoes first 64-bit tablet device, commercial availability in 2014
Tablets running on Intel’s 64-bit architecture will be available in 2014.
Intel talks new strategy and expands Atom roadmap with SoFIA and Broxton
Intel executives said at an investor meeting Intel’s mobile GPU and CPU...
Intel’s 14 nm Cherry Trail-T promises higher burst frequency, faster memory interface and support for more RAM. Will it be a Mullins and Beema killer?
Skylake will feature DDR4 but will continue to use PCIe 3.0.
Intel claims that Bay Trail – T will trounce Samsung’s Exynos 6 and Nvidia’s Tegra 5, but specs for these chips have yet to be officially released.
64-bit ARM cores to be fabricated on Intel’s line using its 14 nm FinFET process.
Roadmap leaked to VR-Zone suggests a Q4 2014 launch for the LGA 1150 platform.
Intel confirms volume production of the chip is delayed due to a “defect issue” that has been resolved.
Oh snap, it seems ARM is still a little pissed at Intel for their alleged benchmark shenanigans from a while back, so, in a very Samsung-like way, the British chip designers have compiled a YouTube video mocking the real-life performance of an Intel-powered tab.
Windows RT is (pretty much) dead, long live Windows 8.1. That seems to be the message Microsoft’s tablet manufacturing partners want carried out of late, as Asus, Dell, Lenovo, Toshiba, HP and Acer all look to have something in the pipeline in that department.
A Lenovo official took to China’s Weibo microblogging service to announce that work is underway on a new Yoga tablet. It has been claimed by Lenovo that this tablet will be the world’s thinnest.
Ever wished that you could stop tangling with HDMI cables but still connect your devices wirelessly to your plasma screen? With the Netgear Push2TV PTV3000, now you can!
Just because we chose to put HP’s new Android-based Slate lineup and the Windows 8.1-powered Omni 10 tab in the limelight first a few hours ago, that doesn’t mean the number one PC maker in the world doesn’t have an extra few aces up its sleeve for the holiday season.
Dell’s fall from grace in the PC market has been as abrupt as painful, seeing the once leading company’s market share drop with 5 points between 2006 and 2012 and sales numbers catastrophically collapse.
Silvermont (Atom) and Haswell (Core) are great mobile-oriented microarchitectures, but will the OEMs make enough compelling designs in time for the holiday buying season?
Despite Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 update being still over one month away from its official release, the tablets and hybrid devices running on the new OS have started trickling in.
And just like that, Chromebooks and Chromeboxes have become mainstream. I presume, since Google and Intel have earlier today unveiled four, count’em four new Chrome OS-based computing machines, including two manufactured by newcomers Toshiba and Asus.