But the money is in the datacentre
Intel reported profits nine per cent higher than last year, but most of its money came from a rush on its products ear marked for the datacentre rather than its PC bread and butter.
Can Intel break out of its traditional stomping grounds?
Intel has now out of the maker market after killing off its last remaining Arduino 101 board.
Must obey our new Apple overlords
Intel has joined Apple in its war with Qualcomm over licencing, claiming that the chipmaker had demanded Apple abandon its modems in the iPhones.
Trust me, we’re industry giants
A group that represents industry giants has sided with Apple fighting a legal case Qualcomm has made has sent the US International Trade Commission (ITC) comments that take the side of the fruity cargo cult.
Clover Trail Atom processors blocked
While most people expected that Windows 10 would last a while, it appears that some Intel users will not get feature updates.
Demand outstripping supply
Chipzilla seems to have made a mistake over the demand for its eight- and 10-core Core X processors for the high-end desktop market.
Full of more glue than Lloyd Bridges
Intel is clearly feeling a little insecure about AMD’s new Epyc Server processor range based on the RyZen technology.
Arriving in the second half of the year
Supermicro has released a line of new X11 generation servers and storage solutions based around Chipzilla’s Xeon Scalable processor family.
In order to improve Core i3 sales
According to a report that surfaced online, Intel is allegedly limiting or even killing the production of its Pentium G4560 dual-core LGA1151 CPU in order to improve its Core i3 sales.