What was once touted by President Barack Obama as a centerpiece in the effort to “attract the next generation of good manufacturing jobs” is not scheduled to open in the near future.
Devices running Intel’s Silvermont hardware should be able to leverage a 64-bit Android kernel.
Intel hopes tiny PC will power next-generation of wearable computing.
With no expected delays in Intel’s server and workstation “tick tock” roadmap for the next several years, and a ARM replacing AMD as a chief competitor, what will Intel’s flagship Xeon chip look like?
What does the future hold for the mainstream Xeon processor line? Will it face the roadmap uncertainties of off-the-shelf desktop CPUs for the next year or two?
Intel’s replacement for Ivy Bridge-E and Sandy Bridge-E will have eight cores and a 3GHz clock speed.
Refresh to begin in the second quarter and carry through the third.
Upcoming Skylake microarchitecture will have better support for Android.
Upcoming Fultondale and Pleasantdale SSDs required adjustments by designers because of increased power consumption and thermal signature.
Tablets running on Intel’s 64-bit architecture will be available in 2014.
Intel executives said at an investor meeting Intel’s mobile GPU and CPU performance will dramatically increase, while the company shifts to meet new business challenges.
Intel is focusing on reducing power draw, boosting performance and improving API support with the GPU on the 14nm follow-up to Bay Trail.
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.