Only a week to go
Intel is going to launch its Skylake Core i5 and i7 CPUs on September 1, with Core i3s and Pentiums probably available on the same day in Asia, but their specs are still largely guesswork.
But Intel is still saying nothing
At IDF 2015, HP, Dell, Lenovo and others are showing us what is the latest and greatest in tablets, notebooks and "two in ones", but Intel seems to be keeping itself on the sidelines.
A lot of controversial messaging
There is no doubt that Skylake is rather impressive architecture with a huge focus on mobile. At the same time, the Skylake Core i7 6700K desktop part seems to be the most disconnected product launch Intel did in the last few years.
Intel knocks in an own goal
While Chipzilla was banking on its Skylake chip to sort out its bottom line, it appears that it forgot to make nearly enough.
The new ThinkPad P50 and P70
While Intel has just unveiled the upcoming Xeon E3-1500M v5 CPUs for notebooks, Lenovo has unveiled two new mobile workstations that will be based on those same chips, the ThinkPad P50 and the ThinkPad P70.
Three motherboards for starters
Following Intel's launch of the Skylake platform, EVGA has announced its lineup which includes a total of three Intel Z170 chipset based motherboards.
To go with the Intel Skylake CPUs
MSI has unveiled its full lineup of Intel Z170 Express chipset based motherboards that will be a part of its Gaming series lineup.
Core i5 6600K and Z170 boards also seen in the wild
Intel has just announced its first products based on the Skylake 14nm technology and we have met two of them.
It all makes sense now
The dark satanic rumour mill has suggested a good reason Microsoft delayed the launch of its flagship tablet-laptop, Surface Pro 4.
Breaks the 4000MHz mark
Getting ready for Intel's Skylake launch, G.Skill has unveiled the new Trident Z and Ripjaws V DDR4 memory series with Trident Z memory kit that is rated at staggering 4000MHz frequency.