Intel SoFIA Atom x3-C3130 tips up in Chinese tablet
Published in Mobiles


Going cheap, very cheap

Intel officially announced the first batch of SoFIA products earlier this year, promising to deliver them sometime in the second quarter. The first products appear to be trickling out, with no fanfare or hype.

Intel sees growth in Africa
Published in News


Dr Chipzilla I presume

Intel has added up the numbers and worked out that the best way to flog its chips is to follow the path of Stanley beat a path through the jungle into Africa.

Meego challenges Intel with its own Atoms
Published in Mobiles


Cheap as chips on the run

MeeGoPad T02 is now out in the market and challenging Intel's Compute Stick with its price of $109.

Xeon E7 v3 processor family gets refresh
Published in Processors


Tock

Intel released its Xeon E7 v3 processor family which are mostly for data centres and cloudy operations.

Lenovo releases thin powerful laptops
Published in Notebooks


LaVie Z and LaVie Z 360

Lenovo has really been getting ahead of things of late and been coming up with some designs which leave more expensive models to shame.

Intel roadmap sheds light on Skylake rollout
Published in Processors


Broadwell-E coming next year

A new Intel roadmap suggests the first Broadwell LGA parts will launch in Q2, while Skylake-S parts will come in Q3. 

Intel will turn your modem into a server
Published in Processors


Broadband changes

Chipzilla has come up with technologies which it believes will give broadband a kick up the back-end.

Intel helps partners launch 'SoFIA'-based tablets
Published in News


For $79

Intel is going to help its partners release cheaper tablets.

Microsoft's DRM plans for 4K
Published in News


Ropes in Intel, AMD, and Nvidia

There are some very dark rumours about what Microsoft is planning for Windows 10 and the 4K television standard and it seems to have roped in Intel, AMD, Nvidia, and Qualcomm.

ASML will flog 15 EUV machines to mysterious "US customer"
Published in News


Yeah it is probably Intel

ASML, Europe's largest supplier to computer chip makers, will sell 15 of its extreme ultraviolet (EUV) chip etching systems to a "single U.S. customer" who is probably Intel.