New Google Glass is atomic powered
Published in Wearables

Intel inside 'Enterprise Edition'

The new look Google Glass appears to be powered by an Intel Atom processor and is actually packed with useful features.

Intel Cannonlake 10nm delayed beyond 2016
Published in Processors

Just as well it has no rivals 

A couple of weeks ago we said that Intel was delaying its Cannonlake processors and its next-generation Kaby Lake processors.

Intel is draining AMD
Published in Processors

Not just soft sales

AMD is losing ground against Intel and it is not just because of poor PC sales.

Intel President Rene James leaves company
Published in Processors

Herman Eul and Michael A. Bell, two key mobile, guys too

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich took over from Paul Otellini back in May 2013, and since then Brian was leading Intel together with Intel President Rene James. 

Sofia, Bulgaria
Published in Processors

Have they looked down the back of the SoFIA?

Chipzilla has been hinting that the design for its Intel's 28nm SoFIA 4G application processor is ready for mass production but a rumour from the Far East suggests that it will not be launched until the beginning of next year.

Intel IDF 2015 to take place on August 18th
Published in Processors

Expect Skylake and more

It has been a public secret that Intel was planning to pull in the Intel Developers Forum to August 2015. 

Low end Intel NUCs get Braswell
Published in News

Dem bones, dem bones, dem bare bones 

Intel's barebones mini PCs range is growing with two new low-end boxes, based on Intel's low-end 14nm Braswell chips.

Qualcomm thinking about buying AMD
Published in Processors

What will Intel do?

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Qualcomm may be gearing up to buy a large slice of AMD.

AMD explains why Quantum has Intel chip
Published in Processors

We sold our soul to Devil's Canyon

AMD's Project Quantum PC system, with graphics powered by two of the new Fiji GPUs may have got the pundits moist but it has been discovered that the beast has Intel inside

Intel slashes five percent of staff
Published in News

Things not going that well after all

Chipzilla might be the world leader for chips and squeezing the lift from AMD at the moment, but for some reason it decided to slash five percent of its workforce.