Intel reportedly subsidizing SoFIA 3G chips
Published in Processors


Honestly, who didn’t see this coming?

Intel is said to be offering a subsidy for every single SoFIA-based device churned out by Chinese white-box outfit. 

Intel gives Microsoft an Edge
Published in News


And they can keep him

It is starting to look like the glorious WinTel alliance which once ruled the known world is back together, if you look at what has been the secret sauce behind Microsoft's new Edge Browser it turns out that it is Intel,

Samsung 10nm ramp expected in late 2016
Published in Processors


14nm FinFET churned out in four fabs

Samsung has announced that it plans to ramp 10nm production in 2016. 

Krzanich: Windows 10 won’t fuel PC sales
Published in Processors


Intel CEO sceptical

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich does not expect the launch of Windows 10 to boost PC sales. 

Zotac introduces new R Series ZBox Mini PCs
Published in News


Mini PC with RAID support

Zotac has unveiled the new R Series in its well known ZBox Mini PC lineup which will feature two models, The ZBox RI323 and the Zbox RI531, both base on Intel's CPUs.

Analysts claim AMD will be bankrupt by 2020
Published in Processors


Intel is winning

A team of analysts have been looking at numbers and consulted their tarot cards and concluded that AMD will be bankrupt by 2020.

Intel releases Skylake schedule
Published in Processors


Nearly there

Chipzilla has finalised its launch schedules for Skylake according to a Chinese website.

Gigabyte shows off dual socket workstation motherboard
Published in Motherboards


MW70-3S0 is based on the Intel C612 chipset

Gigabyte has been showing off its MW70-3S0, its latest dual socket workstation motherboard based on the Intel C612 chipset.

Intel launching new Thunderbolt
Published in News


But Apple thinks it might be Zeusless

Intel is just about to release a new version of Thunderbolt, just as its most major customer – Apple, has dropped the technology from its 12-inch MacBook.

Intel and Altera talking about shacking up again
Published in News


Off and on is on

While celebrity chipmakers Intel and Altera have denied that they are getting together, paparazzi are reporting that they have been seen at all the romantic venues gazing into each other's eyes and having serious talks.