Pentium, Core M, Core i3, i5 and i7 too
It looks like Intel will be ready with Celeron and Pentium versions of Skylake before the end of the year.
1mm thinner, 50 grams lighter
The upcoming Skylake notebook platform should get up to 60 percent lower SoC power draw and up to 35 percent longer HD playback
IDF 2015 August launch possible
This year's Intel Developers Forum will start in Mid-August, not in mid-September as usual. One possible reason for the change might be the Skylake desktop launch, that is expected at this time.
Intel has confirmed that it will release Core M processors this year based on its new Skylake chip design.
Well a bit of it
A leak of the spec of a motherboard has provided us with a few ideas about Intel's coming Skylake chip.
Skylake Core M gets chromed
Intel is pushing Broadwell-U based notebooks in Q1 2015, and we have seen that there will be a Broadwell-based Chromebook platform in all market segments.
Pushed back to August?
The rumour of the day is that Intel will delay the release of Skylake desktop parts and 100-series chipsets by at least two months.
Laptops have 35 percent longer 1080 HD playback
Fudzilla has managed to get its paws on Intel data about the performance of the Skylake in detachable notebooks.
Roadmap shows a year after Broadwell
Fudzilla has uncovered a new roadmap which shows Intel's plans beyond Broadwell in the notebook market space.
CFO upbeat on PC vs. tablet front
Intel CFO Stacy Smith expects the PC to continue rebounding versus tablets in 2016 and says an Intel partner is being set up to be a major force in the Chinese smartphone SoC market.