The eighth generation of Intel's Core series of CPUs, codenamed Coffee Lake, is set to debut later this year, promising a 15% bump in performance but no shrink in the die size.
Lady Gaga is set to rock the stage at the Super Bowl this coming Sunday. According to a report by CNN, the artist is reportedly preparing to blanket the sky in hundreds of dazzling drones.
NexDock today announced its next project, which is designed around Intel's Compute Cards. The dummy laptop will include a slot for the Cards, along with an area for other insertable ports.
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Intel is announcing a new computing platform designed to make Internet of Things devices easily upgradeable. Dubbed Compute Card, it's essentially a PC on card that you connect to your devices.
Intel took the stage at CES to talk about the company's vision for virtual and mixed reality. Citing upcoming content, affordable headsets and software advances, Intel thinks 2017 will great for VR.
The PC is interesting again, and although Intel no longer plays the most important role in the story, it certainly brings enough to the table to enable manufacturers to come up with creative designs.
To kick off the new year, Intel unveiled its new Core vPro CPUs, bringing the latest in performance to business users along with security technologies to help manage data security and authentication.
Intel is set to buy 15% of HERE, according to a filing sent to the German cartel office today. In a joint statement, both companies agree to collaborate on maps for automated driving.
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Intel and AMD might be entering into a patent licensing agreement, according to a credible industry watcher. If true, we may end up seeing Radeon graphics tech integrated into Intel's chips.
Microsoft has launched its 12 Days of Deals with massive savings on a wide range of Windows 10 devices - from an 8-inch tablet for $99, to $1,000 off a mighty Alienware gaming notebook.
Intel has announced the upcoming launch of a new class of processors and platform dedicated to AI, called Nervana. The company says it wants to achieve 100x speed increases compared to GPUs.
Intel's CEO took the stage at a big auto show yesterday to announce the company's plans for self-driving cars. Intel wants to develop new technology and push the market with a $250 million investment.
Images have leaked of what is reportedly a Dell-made Windows phone that uses a 'laptop-class' Intel processor. The images appear to be a concept, and the device will not come to market.
Intel hailed 3D XPoint memory as a revolutionary product that will take the PC industry by storm. Unfortunately, instead of speeding everything for us, the new tech is getting significantly delayed.
Eve-Tech has announced that its upcoming Windows 10 hybrid device dubbed the "Surface Killer" will be officially named "Eve V", and that it will launch on Indiegogo next month. Here are the details.
After having withdrawn its mobile Atom processors from the market earlier this year, Intel President Venkata Renduchintala provided some more context regarding the company's sudden exit.
JK Scheinberg - the Apple engineer who led the effort to move Mac OS to Intel PCs - applied for a job as an Apple Store Genius, after he retired from the company... but he never got the job.
Yes you read that right. Ever wanted to run Android on your desktop PC? You already can in the form of Remix OS 3.0, which is based on Marshmallow. Now there's a developer preview of Nougat available.
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Intel has talked about numerous new chips being added to its lineup as of late. With the announcement of Apollo Lake, notebook and desktop PCs are in line for better performance and features.
Intel's Kaby Lake processors are finally here, as the company has officially announced the 7th generation of its Core family. The new CPUs offer better graphics, performance and battery life.
According to a credible report, Samsung is working on building a new version of its Windows 10 tablet. Dubbed the Galaxy TabPro S2, the new device is expected to go head to head with the Surface line.
Intel has been tentatively looking at the nascent virtual reality market for a while now, but it looks like the company is finally ready to take the plunge, as it just introduced its own VR headset.
Nvidia is calling out Intel, claiming that the giant chip maker manipulated and skewed benchmarks to favor its Xeon Phi processor, by comparing it to years-old GPUs using outdated software.
An Intel researcher has unwittingly revealed that the company has been working on an accessory for the HTC Vive VR headset. Intel's device features 6 cameras and can be attached directly to the Vive.
Microsoft has released a bunch of new drivers for its high-end Windows 10 devices, focusing on their cameras, following another firmware and driver update rollup for both devices earlier this month.
New drivers are heading out to Surface owners and those sporting recent Intel Core processors. The update, for Intel HD graphics, fixes some recent issues that users had been reporting.
Old Intel code still present in UEFI firmware used by many machines has left devices open to attacks. Lenovo admits that the Secure Boot-disabling vulnerability's scope of impact is industry wide.
Nearly four years after being found in breach of contract, Oracle has found itself on the receiving end of a $3 billion damages bill after withdrawing software support for HP's Itanium products.
Samsung has big plans for the future, with the company announcing that it is investing a huge sum of money in R&D for the Internet of Things, as well as partnering with Intel and Microsoft.
A new report states that Apple will begin using modems from Intel in the next iteration of the iPhone. Devices sold in China or for use on Verizon will continue to use Qualcomm modems.
Legendary overclockers 8Pack and Overclockers UK show off their latest ultra high end system with the latest 10-core i7 X6950 CPU. This could be the fastest system you can get your hands on very soon.
Microsoft is rolling out driver updates aimed at improving performance and reliability of the cameras and Windows Hello on its Surface Book and Pro 4 - but only for Insiders on the Fast ring for now.
We interview Eve's CEO and co-founder about the company's past and the upcoming crowd-developed Windows 10 2-in-1 device, "Project: Pyramid Flipper", also dubbed by many as the "Surface killer".
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Eve has announced that its upcoming crowd-developed Windows 10 2-in-1 device will sport Intel's 7th-gen Kaby Lake CPUs. The device will feature a form factor similar to Microsoft's Surface devices.
If you want one of the best gaming rigs available and have a bank account to support it, you owe it to yourself to check out the Digital Storm Aura that can be decked out with 10 cores and 32G of RAM.
Intel has unveiled its new line of Broadwell-E processors, designed for gaming and VR. The top-end of this already powerful line packs 10-cores and all the chips are unlocked for overclockers.
Tencent, Intel and Haier have announced a new games console: Blade BOX. The console runs Windows 10 and supports many advanced features. It comes packed with Intel sixth-generation CPUs.
We take a look at Dell's latest offering, the XPS 12, and see how it compares to Microsoft's Surface Pro line. Can this be a replacement at home or in the enterprise, or should you look elsewhere?
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Intel has declared that it will be cancelling all Broxton and SoFIA projects, effectively ending the firm's mobile efforts. Apollo Lake will go on in the form of Pentium and Celeron.
While CEO Brian Krzanich is trying to reassure investors and employees about Intel's bright future, the company seems to be trying a plethora of different things and seeing what sticks.
In Intel's earnings report today, the firm announced that it intends to lay off 12,000 employees, or 11% of its total workforce. It will also be taking a $1.2 billion restructuring charge.
At the 2016 Intel Developers Forum in Shenzen, the company announced the 14nm Apollo Lake platform, which will power low cost computers for modern content consumption with improved battery life.
Owners of Microsoft's Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 can now download new Intel driver updates, two of which are focused on power management on the company's flagship Windows 10 devices.
Intel's latest annual report filing suggests that the company will move from 'Tick-Tock' to a more granular product life cycle, by adding one more stage called 'Optimization'.
Intel has finally revealed the appearance, price and availability of its high-end NUC which features a Skylake processor, Thunderbolt 3 port and a high end integrated graphics processing unit.