Intel releases super-fast SSDs
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3D NAND on board

Chipzilla has released its super-fast and high-capacity SSDs with 3D NAND chips.

Intel releases Xeon Processor E5 v4
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14nm process node

Chipzilla has officially launched its new Xeon Processor E5 v4 today, similar to the old version but using its brand spanking new 14nm process node.

Intel not inside the iPhone SE
Published in Mobiles

Apple stuck with Qualcomm

One of the things that did not get noticed in Apple’s release notes for its rebadged iPhone5S is that the modem was not from Intel.

Intel inside Samsung devices
Published in Notebooks

Slowly edging its way back into mobile

Chipzilla famously missed the mobile boom, but it appears the outfit is slowly edging its way back. Not only is it counting Asus as its chum it seems to be making friends with Samsung.

Notebook makers look to servers to make up for lost cash
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Non-notebook lines way forward

ODMs are giving up on PCs in favour of non-notebook production lines and servers.

Gigabyte launches new X170-Extreme ECC motherboard
Published in Motherboards

Based on C236 chipset and with DDR4 ECC memory support

Gigabyte has launched its new motherboard base on Intel's C236 chipset which comes with support for both Intel's Xeon E3-1200 V5 CPUs as well as DDR4 ECC memory.

Workstation Xeon “Broadwell-EP” processors out soon
Published in Processors

Press slide leaked

An Intel press slide has been leaked on the web which means we should be seeing a workstation-grade Xeon “Broadwell-EP” processor in the shops soon.

Apple stomped on Intel’s RealSense plans
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Bought the technology from underneath Chipzilla

Intel’s cunning plans for computers that will recognise human emotion using its RealSense 3D camera, have been killed off in the short term by Apple.

Intel and AMD downgraded
Published in Processors

Wall Street losing faith in PCs

It would appear that the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street are losing faith in any belief that the PC industry is getting better.

Former Intel boss Andy Grove is dead
Published in Processors

Without him there would be no Chipzilla or PC revolution

The bloke who led Intel in its key transition from memory outfit to PC chip supremo, Andy Grove has died, he was 79.