Intel teased attendees its developers’ forum with a real-world glimpse at a DDR4 reference design.
Gigabyte has updated its BRIX mini-PC and fitted it with Intel’s dual-core hyper-threading Haswell processors, delivering “stunning visuals and edge-of-your-seat performance in an ultra-small package.”
Bay Trail-T benchmark shows that Intel is bringing some serious competition to the mobile game.
Core i7-4820K price appears before the embargo lifts, Taiwanese retailer listing the chip for $380 ($11,390 TWD)
VR-Zone sat down with Ron Kasabian, Intel’s Manager of Big Data Solutions, at Intel’s Big Data Summit in Ho Chi Minh City, to talk about the company’s Big Data push.
Documents obtained by VR-Zone show Intel’s upcoming 9-series chips will be Broadwell oriented and have a number of slight changes from Haswell that will cause headaches for motherboard vendors.
Quarter-to-quarter AMD lead the pack in Q2 with shipments increasing by 10.9 percent, Intel grew by 6.2 percent, while Nvidia decreased by 8 percent.
Showcased at Computex in June for the first time, Intel’s record-breaking new Bay Trail chips are reportedly to get a second unveiling next month and should find their way inside commercial products by November.
Inside Intel’s plan to speed up Thunderbolt adoption.
The using of laptops and tablets as multi-purpose educational devices hasn’t really spread like the wildfire we hoped for, but at least we’re seeing more and more big names of the PC and mobile industry offering solutions for forward-thinking schools.
Intel’s Bay Trail-T is coming in September. It will have Intel’s new HD Graphics chip as well as support for DDR3L-RS and LPDDR3.
Pricing to start at $310 and a release date of September 10 expected.
Tomshardware managed to score a next-generation Intel Core i7-4960X Ivy Bridge-E processor, and obviously put it through their usual battery of tests. Sadly, the results aren’t that impressive.
Well, well, well, what have we here? It’s the second benchmark score of the highly anticipated and much debated Intel Bay Trail platform. You know, the SoC that “squashed ARM-based processors like an insignificant bug” not long ago.
Intel’s latest earnings report shows the company is struggling to diversify itself as the demand for PC processors shrinks. Its new CEO, Brian Kraznich, says his company will now focus on building mobile chips as it plays catch-up in the mobile sector.
As Apple scoops up intellectual property relating to gesture-recognition, Intel is also investing in the field with the acquisition of gesture-recognition and tracking company Omek Interactive.
With Acer pulling out of team Thunderbolt, can the next generation of Intel’s Thunderbolt make it in the PC world?
If Intel has pushed Haswell OEM-use chips into retail channels, they are proving to be elusive.
Today we have the first ever benchmark score of Intel’s new Bay Trail Atom platform. Tested using the popular AnTuTu benchmarking tool, Bay Trail beats every single ARM performance records and leaves competition far away in the dust.
What does ARM say about Intel’s Haswell mobile ambitions?