Thanks to USB type C
After years of Intel failing to convincing people that Thunderbolt has a use, the tech finally appears to be taking off.
And Kaby Lake 7th-generation Core processors as well
Intel’s Navin Shenoy a corporate vice president and general manager for the Client Computing Group (CCG) has just announced the 7th generation Core architecture here at Computex 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Core i7 6950X, Core i7 6900K, Core i7 6850K and Core 6800K now available
Back in December, we wrote that Intel would be officially lifting the veil off its very first 10-core consumer desktop processor at Computex 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan. This week, the time has now arrived and Intel has just revealed its entire lineup of 14-nanometer High-End Desktop (HEDT) Broadwell-E CPUs for its X99 desktop platform, based on socket LGA 2011-v3.
Software next target
Intel's restructuring axe seems to be falling on its PC client divsion and software areas with more than 12000 jobs to go.
E-ATX motherboard with the new 8-layer Hybrid Black PCB
After a couple of teasers, EVGA has now officially launched its new high-end motherboard based on Intel's X99 Express chipset, the EVGA X99 FTW K.
Ready for this year
Chipzilla has scored a more significant chunk of the upcoming iPhone 7 which is due to be released this year.
Pushing up costs
Intel's plan to have its next-generation processors support only Windows 10 is causing the industrial PC players a few sleepless nights.
Ironically a week after killing two Atom chips
Just a week after killing off two generations of Atom mobile chips, Chipzilla has teamed up with a French atomic energy lab to look at future low-power mobile technologies.
Chipzilla paid him $25 million so he should say that
The bloke who Intel paid $25 million last year to leave Qualcomm claims that Chipzilla is in a strong position to take control of the internet of things.
Digital mapping service and 82.9% stake in AutoChips
Rumors that MediaTek might acquire Intel’s mobile division spiked a lot of conversations all over tech industry which, as we said, were wrong. But MediaTek did announce a strategic partnership with NavInfo which is a Chinese-based digital mapping service provider and now an automotive chip manufacturer.